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.
Scottish Word: Haggersnash.
Ah ken yer planning tae gie me some groond up raw haggersnash like auld times. But since ye bio-ingineered me tae be sic as yersel ah widni mind trying yin o yer vegan sausages. Ye could … Continue reading Haggersnash.
Scottish Word: Laird.
“Weeeel seen as ye are the Laird o these pairts we widni sell ye onythin milygant. Only the best oot o oor tray fur yersel. Fresh cuiked on ma wee burner.” “Jist the guidest stuff like … Continue reading Laird.
Scottish Word: Chib.
Ye widni chib yer fingers sae much if ye used the chib protector. Ye ken hoo it works right? Ye hook yin edge o it oer the side o yer workbench an place yer lino on … Continue reading Chib.
Scottish Word: Caw.
"An did youz no think that tunnelin oot thon pile o snaw fur an igloo widni ca in ma garage door? Good grief it’s basic engineering." Translated: caw, ca in: drive in, cave in. "And did … Continue reading Caw.
Scottish Word: Birse.
“Ah widni act like a postie if I wis you, his birse is up.” Translated: birse: bristles on the back, anger. “I would not act like a postal delivery person if I was you, his hackles … Continue reading Birse.
Scottish Word: Sneck.
“Ah kent binder twine widni mak a guid finishin tape, it disna brak.” Translated: sneck: to catch, or to latch something (gate), or a name for the latch itself. “I just knew binder twine would fail … Continue reading Sneck.