Dinni pity them bumbazed craiters poppin in an oot o boxes but instead spare a thoucht for us jannies. Jannies gettin peerie-heidit and gyte wi huvin tae keep this whirlie maleerie place up tae scratch wi … Continue reading Peerie-heidit.
“Hoi – heid the baw! Cut that oot or yer claimed.” Translated: heid the baw: (head the ball) madman, pest, irritating person, idiot. (also: bawheid). “Hey – you annoying person! Stop that immediately or you and … Continue reading Heid the baw.
“Aye, he’s got a weel weeded heid for a Dominie.” Translated: weel weeded heid: bald – a well weeded head. “Indeed, he is very bald for a headmaster.” The Scottish Word: weel weeded heid with its … Continue reading Weel weeded heid.
Scottish Word: Heid.
“Yon Capercaillie’s totally lost the heid.” Translated: heid: head. “That Capercaillie there has totally lost any sense it had in its fit of fury.” Climb: apologies to all for it being a drawing I did so … Continue reading Heid.
Thon giant zombie took me by surprise ye ken. I managed tae bash its brains oot wi my machete afore I realised I wiz wantin an erm. Guid job ah’m corrie fisted. It wisni till I … Continue reading Wantin an Erm.
Scottish Word: By-Bit.
Yir wee nakit by-bit is tryin tae get yer attention Oswald. Ah think it jist wants ye tae bite its heid clean aff, gleg like, instead o fryin it. Translation: by-bit: a snack between meals. Your … Continue reading By-Bit.
Whits aw this stramash steerin up the stoor o the tar o the playgroond fur. Whit are ye aw oot o yer boxes fur, Wha stairted it? Hae ye forgotten aw o yer social distancin trainin? … Continue reading Stramash.
Watch the razor letter boxes doon there, they’ll hae yer fingers aff at the knockles wi-oot care, even’f ye were rackle-haunded like massel. But first ye hae tae drap doon avoiding the shairp stalagmites, loup o’er … Continue reading Knockle.
Ah’m socially distancin here ahn if ye continue tae brangle thon shilpie widdie at me ah’l tak this bauk o a tree as a baston tae dunt ye intae the grund. Ah’m communing wi nature here … Continue reading Brangle.
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.