Scottish Word: Doddle.
Biggin this jigsaw’s a complete doddle. A didni need tae consult the instructions yince. Ah’m gonna bigg it again ahn again. Translate: doddle: easy, entirely not difficult. Building this jigsaw’s as easy as a walk in … Continue reading Doddle.
Scottish Word: Faut.
Hoi! It’s no ma faut folk are biggin canal bridges oot o glaiss. Ahn wha decided you shuid be the arbiter of what a quine sees or disni see onywye? Are you the boss o her? … Continue reading Faut.
Scottish Word: Darg.
“Sorry pal nae darg fur you. Ye’ve nae masters in sheugh howkin an are lackin onie degrees in baring a quarry or for biggin a dyke an yir health an safety license is oot o’ date.” … Continue reading Darg.
Scottish Word: Waukit.
Celebrating the 250th aniversary of Robert Burns with an excerpt from his poem ‘The Vision’. Where he doubts his ability and is visited by the Muse, the source of inspiration for creative artists, who knocks some … Continue reading Waukit.