I always wanted a pony, so I hope it's that one and I hope I'm the one to find it! If I do I'll name him Mortimer Beasley and feed him oats and carrots and tie ribbons in his hair and tell him daily what a handsome boy he is!
Ah, no. You have mistaken the term frotting. Below is an explanation of frotting, a practice, like hanging, that has been outlawed now. I believe that you are thinking of demongulating, the other rare term I wrote of. Indeed, demongulation includes an element of which you describe - but it is the stretching and ribbing in this case. Cooks may eructate as the recipe is rather a gas here!!
Frotting a Haggis is a well kept secret. It gives the young Haggis that particular smell (or, "nose" as those in the trade would say). The older Haggis flesh is less tender, so does not make good frotting material and has already acquired the special Haggis "nose". (Similar to a slightly spicy Highland Malt).
Of course, you can still think of your pony as you ride your young Haggis
yeah, i used to look up frotting on the internet.
but if i posted the links here i would surely be BANNED.