Whitivir ye dae hud ticht tae the lugs an dinni let go otherwayis they forget we’re oan their backs in control ahn stert tae stravaig aw oer the place. They’re that tumshie heidit. It’s the cost … Continue reading Otherwayis.
Boss! Boss! Are ye mad? Mind yersel. Threaten them aw ye want. But if ye pap the tap aff the bottle then mind you’re the only one wi-oot onie protective gear. And of aw folk, ye … Continue reading Wirricow.
Scottish Word: Pirl.
Stop pirlin yir peas roon yir plate an plooin yer tatties wi yir fork. Ah ken whit yer efter ah’n yer no gettin any o it, either o ye, till ye clear yer plate. Translated: pirl: … Continue reading Pirl.
Scottish Word: Nithin.
First they cam fur the Wild Auroch. Ahn ye said nithin. Then they cam fur the Woodland Bison. Ahn ye said nithin. Then they saw aff the multiple millions o Passenger Pigeon. The Bastard Gum’s gone, … Continue reading Nithin.
Scottish Word: Shot.
Right lads, hands up for wha’s next for wantin a shot o the jannie’s shuil. Translated: shot: taking a turn. Right boys, hands up for who is next to get a turn of using the janitor’s … Continue reading Shot.
Scottish Word: Ert.
“Keep makin airt an ne-er gie heed tae hoo long it”ll bide. It aw casts awa an becomes bum wipe in the end. But mind, ert is no what it is it’s whit it does.” Translated: … Continue reading Ert.
“Ah telt ye you shouldni hae caw’d him a falset loon even tho you thoucht he didni ken whit it meant.” Translated: falset loon: lying person, charlatan. “I warned you that you should not have called … Continue reading Falset loon.
Scottish Word: Dottle.
“Ahm ah dottled or dreamin? I swear reindeer keep fleein bye an hoverin aboot as if they’re working oot whits shinin oot o oor windae.” Translated: dottle: witless, become crazy or confused, in a state of … Continue reading Dottle.
Scottish Word: Flech.
“The ‘McSporran Flech Relief Collar’ is whit he needs.” Translated: flech: to scratch oneself, usually vigorously; also: a flea. “The ‘McSporran Relief from scratching because of fleas Collar’ is what he needs.” We’ve been visiting the … Continue reading Flech.
Scottish Word: Mooth.
“The tongue peepin oot o the mooth seems tae be part o concentratin when it comes tae complicated an intricate tasks.” Translated: mooth: mouth. “The tongue peeping out of the mouth seems to be part of … Continue reading Mooth.