Greedy wolf in the snow tempting one of the pigs with a colourful box of choice sweets.
The Scottish Word:

Gust the Gab.

Kin ah intereest ye tae step oot and sample a wee galshach frae mha box, Mr Gust the Gab?

if I may be permitted tae give you sic an honorific title that my kin bestows upon high heid yins we regard highly.

They’re low calorie I assure you, braw for the stairt o the season o guid will and feasting in which I intend to indulge.

Like yersel.

Translation:

gust the gab: delight the pallette.

Can I interest you in stepping out to sample a small tasty titbit from my box, Mr Savoury in the Mouth?

if I may be permitted to give you such an honorific title that my kind bestows on nobility we regard highly.

They’re low in calories and seemly for the start of this season of good will and feasting in which I intend to indulge.

Like yourself.

ˈgʌst θɪ gab
The Scottish Word: gust the gab 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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