Easter rabbit getting a murderous look from a Death like Wizard with a lantern and a mighty staff for only having a single tiny cracked chocolate egg in his basket while the sentient trees look on with chocolate around their mouths and feeble daylight glints greenly between the leaves.
The Scottish Word:


Awfie sorry boss the trees wir awfie gropsie this year and hoovered up the lot.

It’s usually jist the Aurach that’s graapus fur chocolate.

So it’s jist the yin for ye this year ‘n it’s peerie ‘n cracked.


gropsie: a glutton.

Terribly sorry boss, the trees were awful gluttons this year and hoovered up the lot.

It’s usually just the Aurach that’s a mean greedy fellow for chocolate.

So it’s only the the one for you this year and it’s tiny and cracked.

The Scottish Word: gropsie 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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