Giant tentacled human looking beasts trying to persuade a boatload of sailors to be saved.
The Scottish Word:


Yoor no helpin.

Stop pickin yer nose wi yer tentacle.

We’re supposed tae perswad yon tarry breeked jocks that we’re here tae save them frae bein blootered by yon muckle bummelin waw.

No tae mak them think they’ll be eaten.


bummel: boil, tumble.

You are are not helping.

Stop picking your nose with your tentacle.

We are supposed to persuade those Scottish sailors that we are here to save them from being obliterated by that giant boiling wave.

Not to make them think they’ll be eaten.

The Scottish Word: bummel with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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