Hoi – dinni forget yer denner-poke. It’s got a leaky jeelie donut, a slice o fried clootie dumplin wi pickle an a potted heid piece wi HP sauce. Translated: denner-poke: lunch-bag. Hey – don’t forget your … Continue reading Denner-Poke.
“Ye dinni need yer big plastipoke the-day. Ah’m oan the pan an it does flush. Awa back tae yer cookin.” Translated: plastipoke: plastic bag, plastic carrier bag. “You don’t need your big plastic bag today. I’m … Continue reading Plastipoke.
Scottish Word: Poke.
“Right son, hoo many grannie-sookers di ye want in yir poke?” Translated: poke: bag. “All right young man, how many pan-drops (sweets grannies love to suck) do you want in your bag?” The Scottish Word: poke … Continue reading Poke.
Scottish Word: Sprut.
Ah’ve grippit an snippit the tip aff o yin o the spirlie spruts frae the unco linear row o spruts yiv observed doon here. It’ll be in the sample poke in a jiffie and I’ll be … Continue reading Sprut.
“Ah’ll pirl the poke o bluid wi a shairp pyke mithtreth an wi yin splatter the maithter will be guid as new.” Translated: splatter: sprinkle about, spatter. “I will prod the bag of blood with a … Continue reading Splatter.