“Weel Auld Nick’s actions huv noo been set tae ‘credible threat’ which now means that for safeties sake there’s nae admission o any extras includin falser’s, hip replacements, specs, indeed any non natural fixins, an service … Continue reading Auld Nick.
Scottish Word: Auld.
“I would advise caution if I wis you, yir budgie’s gey auld fur tae survive the procedure of gettin its temperature took wi a rectal thermometer.” Translated: auld: old. “I would advise caution if I was … Continue reading Auld.
Scottish Word: Sprose.
Yince men o mense noo peutherin ahn vaigin, sprosers aw. Crankie, pauchtie an fu o blaw an buller. Yin like the ither, the auld gaird huddin tae their paps aw what is auld, foosty ahn past … Continue reading Sprose.
Scottish Word: Yirdit.
“Weel Moudie auld pal, hoo long’s thon neb been yirdit then, dae ye ken?” Spiered the hoolet frae its delf in the tree. Translation: yirdit: buried “Well Mole, my old friend, how long has that nose … Continue reading Yirdit.
Scottish Word: Rook.
We’re no gonna rook ye entirely, we’re no thon sort o pirate. But gie us yer siller wrapped in yir five pund note, we ken aw aboot it, yir bow tie, your collar, an forby thon … Continue reading Rook.
Scottish Word: Maut.
Aye! Weel may ye sing o’ the maut, the meikle black deil, an th’ Exciseman. Ahn while it’s verry guid o ye tae trade sae fairly yer port an brandy for my braw hame made whisky … Continue reading Maut.
Hoi ya yonker skellum watch what yer daein skeeterin aboot in that contraption. Ye’ll hae the paint ruined oan mha new motor nippin them stanes like that. Ahn ahl tell ye this! Efter I hae a … Continue reading Skellum.
Scottish Word: Cairts.
Crivvens – ah shuid hae kent this hygienic cairt gemme o Guts-Poker-Corvid I invented widni go weel fur us whut wi us aw haein oor very own pack o cairts tae deal frae. We’d aw been … Continue reading Cairts.
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: Cleugh.
This here’s kent as the cleugh o the skailie dug-swalliers. Auld fowk’s tales, hooever – considerin… Mebbe wi shoudni a brocht yer terriers. Translated: cleugh, cleuch: a gorge, ravine. This place is known as the gorge … Continue reading Cleugh.