Pey me weel. Pey me weel. An’ I’ll do ye a deal.
Noo Mr Wabster an wee Miss Moffat yer spider silk shin are braw things but I canni pey ye much, an nothing up front cos, ye see, Adidas have already made synthetic ones.
Hooever ah could market an promote your shin as 100% organic natural biodegradable products at a premium price in the spirit of climate change environmental awareness.
But it’s a risk and I canni pey ye onythin like what I will mak in profit cos it’ll tak a lot o influence tae push it.
An I’ll pey ye when I mak my profit. Promise.
As you baith can see I’m weel positioned tae hae that influence an promote onie product so yer weel advised tae deal wi me an naebuddy else. Capish.
pey me weel: Pay me well.
Pay me well. Pay me well. And I will do you a deal.
Now Mr Wabster and Little Miss Muffet your spider silk shoes are splendid things but I cannot pay you much, and nothing up front because, you see, Adidas have already made synthetic ones.
However I could market and promote your shoes as 100% organic natural biodegradable products at a premium price in the spirit of climate change environmental awareness.
But it’s a risk and I cannot pay you anything like what I will make in profit because it will take a lot of influence to push it.
And I shall pay you when I make my profit. Promise.
As you both can see I’m well positioned to have that influence and promote any product so you are well advised to deal with me and nobody else. Capish.
ˈpəi mi wil
The Scottish Word: pey me weel with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.
The little old lady I drew to represent miss Muffet can be Eleanour Roosevelt or Granny Giles, you choose. I am and was a big fan of the UK cartoonist Giles.. And he featured Granny Giles a lot.