“Ahm tellin ye Prozack we’re well oot o it, flittin, it’s only a matter o time til the auld bauchle faws and drops oor universe while exercisin up an doon the stairs. Particularly wi those awfie sclaffie baffies he’s got on.”
awfie, awfy, awfu: awful, extremely.
“I am just saying Prozack we are well out of it, moving to a new place, it is only a matter of time until the old worn out fool falls and drops our universe while exercising up and down the stairs. Particularly with those awful worn out shufflie slippers he has got on.”
The Scottish Word: awfy with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.
Some studies have shown that first tackling muscle weakness, poor balance, vision loss, proper footwear, and monitoring medications, was the most cost effective way to prevent falls by the elderly.
Not, as one would expect, fixing or removing trip hazards.