“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: Vex.
“There’s nithin in zero gravity mair vexin than yer wallies loosed in yir helmet.” Translated: vexin: irritating. “There is nothing more irritating in zero gravity than one’s false teeth getting loose within one’s helmet.” The Scottish … Continue reading Vex.
Scottish Word: Hud on.
“Ye’ll huv tae hud on a bit, she’s still tae pit in her wallies, her bool, find her leg an sort her wig.” Translated: hud on: hold on, wait. “You’ll have to wait a bit, she … Continue reading Hud on.
“Ma gran sez ahl get granpaw’s wallies when he pegs-oot.” Translated: peg-oot: to reach the end of or one’s limits of – life, stamina, ability, strength, whatever. “My grandmother says I will get grandfathers false teeth … Continue reading Peg-oot.
“Awfie uco-like set o wallies Count D. Did ye get them specially made?” Translated: wallies: false teeth. “Awfully peculiar set of false teeth Count D. Did you get them especially made?” The Scottish Word: wallies with … Continue reading Wallies.