The Monica Winkleman android looks in horror at the face changing device for red nose day.
The Scottish Word:


This is the 40 puss a meenit cheenger, ye jig yir siller caird through this slot tae mak yir red nose day donation an awa she goes.

Wi jist need tae get the Winkleman worried look aff the robots ain coupon.

The 180 puss a meenit cheenger wiz a lot mair worried lookin mind, but then it did flee up intae the air an awa.


puss: the face.

This is the 40 faces per minute changer, you swipe your money card through this slot to make a red nose day donation and off she goes.

We just need to get the Winkleman worried look off the robots own face.

The 180 faces a minute changer was a lot more worried looking I remember, but then it did fly up into the air and away.

The Scottish Word: puss 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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I’ve supported Red Nose Day for years and didn’t want to miss their 2015 March charity raising event so I made an effort despite the blackness, lethargy, hopelessness, and loneliness of my depression.

From 2012 to 2016 I was incapable of making weekly words. These three for Red Nose were made only by creating and exploiting a robust sense of duty. I had nothing else. Duty doesn’t required reward or pleasure.

Now in 2022 I’ve retrospectively added into those empty years a few of the images that were coming out of me at that time. They are freehand doodles expressing my inner turmoil rather than aesthetic pieces of art. And to those dark doodles I’ve added some Scottish Words.

If you want to see the dark doodles in sequence (eight in total) use this link to the word screenge the first one then click the next word and so on.

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