“Keep yer heid doon the satellites can be a scunner here at this altitude.” Translated: scunner: great nuisance, sickener. “Keep your head down the satellites can be a serious nuisance here at this altitude.” satellite. Modern … Continue reading Scunner.
“That’s it, he’s noodled oot – completely scunnered hissel.” Translated: scunnered: to be sick of; to have had enough of; to go completely off something, gluttonised. “He’s capitulated on the noodles – made himself rather heartily … Continue reading Scunnered.
McPhiz [The ace countryside ranger and the case of the vanishing eggs!!] McPhiz: “Hi! I’m McPhiz and this is Gloria my assistant … and Spud the squirrel.” Spud: “Hi! I’m just NUTS aboot this job.” McPhiz: … Continue reading Clatter.
Ah’n ahm tellin ye son nae matter hoo laithsome scunnery bluidie this is, the bastards will be rinnin cyclin tours roond the landin sites in seventy five years time. Merk my words. If’m we live so … Continue reading Bluidie.
Scottish Word: Beek.
Look you’re seek an ahm seek o hingin aboot in this scunneration o a shady jungle. So lets swing o-er tae whaur there’s a bare hirsty humple an beek in the sun fur a change. Ah … Continue reading Beek.