The Coo pat slinger. [Night! And oor hero and Malkie Fu expert is oot and aboot … hunting the phantom coopat slinger. Accompanied by his trusty companion – THE DOCTOR.] The doctor: “Aye weel, it’s a … Continue reading Stammer.
Scottish Word: Fykerie
Ah ken ye think ahm bein fykerie but ahm no diving in there wi-oot that lifebelt. Throw it in. Noo, is there enough sugar? Ye ken I like twa lumps. Ahn tak a tot o the … Continue reading Fykerie
Scottish Word: Cairts.
Crivvens – ah shuid hae kent this hygienic cairt gemme o Guts-Poker-Covid 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.
I think it’s lumpy because you’ve used the parritch mix instead o the wallpaper paste mix dear. Nae wonder the rat’s eating it. Ahn tae mak it warse ye’ve used ma insta-mix special extra lumpy hip … Continue reading Parritch.
“Here we are again, cauld an beswakkit, jist coz faither thinks catchin oor ain fish for supper builds character.” Translated: beswakkit: soaked, drenched. “Here we are again, soaked and cold, just because father thinks catching our … Continue reading Beswakkit.
Scottish Word: Haun.
“Caw canny Maud – if their haun feels wet and cauld they’re alright to eat – if it’s hot an dry they’re diseased.” Translated: haun: hand. “Be careful Maud – if their hand is cold and … Continue reading Haun.
Scottish Word: Waur.
“Ye shouldni hae cam oot guisin wi sic a bad cauld, yir likely tae mak it waur.” Translated: waur: worse. “You should not have come out guising with such a bad cold, you will likely make … Continue reading Waur.
“Fleein in the scud on a besom up here!? Nivir nivir nivir iver – even in Summer – it’s a snell, bitter, cauld affair as onie auld beglamour o salt’ll tell ye.” Translated: beglamour: bewitched. “Flying … Continue reading Beglamour.
Scottish Word: Hap.
“Ye’d better hap up warm the-day, it luiks gey cauld oot.” Translated: hap: cover, wrap. “You had better clothe yourself in warm attire today, it looks rather cold outside.” The Scottish Word: hap with its definition … Continue reading Hap.