“Aye, when it’s workin, it’s a braw wee runaboot.” Translated: runaboot: useful but usually second best or second hand, not so good, vehicle used for short non critical runs. “Yes, when it is in working order, … Continue reading Runaboot.
Scottish Word: Aboot.
“Weel, they’ve aboot got the costume right, but why they always think ahm a gigantic muckle lump like thon an still shin doon a lum beats me.” Translated: aboot: about, nearly. “Well, they have just about … Continue reading Aboot.
“Hereaboots a loonie means wee boy! No a nutter ye dowf gallumph ye.” Translated: hereaboot: in this area, around here. “Around here a loonie means a small boy! Not an insane person you complete moron.”
Scottish Word: Wuntle.
He’s kent as Pirate Captain Windy Wuntle Windlestrae. [Part 1 of 2] Wuntle – cos he wuntles aboot land ahn sea doon tae his widden leg. Windlestrae – which tae a tounser like yersel is a … Continue reading Wuntle.
Scottish Word: Foond.
Ah foond the test puddocks they aw biled wi-oot noticin in their surface-o-mobile bubbles when the sun kem oot. I massel ahm oer het ahn gonna huv tae initiate the emergency bubble launch doon-hill protocol. Fin … Continue reading Foond.
Scottish Word: Pairty.
Tak these invites – they’re tae a Poker Pairty wi the cairts whit keeps tae the lockit-doon rules o a faddom aff. Kerry them straucht intae the hauns o mha pals Lang Shiv Hinkum Sneevlie, Alagrugous … Continue reading Pairty.
Ah ken yer planning tae gie me some groond up raw haggersnash like auld times. But since ye bio-ingineered me tae be sic as yersel ah widni mind trying yin o yer vegan sausages. Ye could … Continue reading Haggersnash.
Scottish Word: Nacket.
Weel Devitt, ye ken yer nithin but a nacket. Ahn a peedie een at that. Whit d’ye think ye can dae agin sic a slee sicker o a sodger as the muckle Goliath yonder. An whit’s … Continue reading Nacket.
Scottish Word: Gowan.
I see ye wee moudie wavin a gowan at me. Ahn I hear you too, (bit unco that). Whit’s that yer saying? He’s saving a moose that wiz stuck doon yin o yer tunnels. Jist as … Continue reading Gowan.
Jings yir an awfie lankie leggit golach ahn they look gey bruckle tae me. Yir wee pal on ma shouder’s worried aboot ye but dinni be feart. Ahll mak sure ye leave shankit the wey ye … Continue reading Bruckle.