Aye! It’s a shame yer a craiter o the slidderin ilk.
It’s sad ye werni blessed wi pairts that hae a lirk or twa ended wi cleuks, fit an hurdies tae let ye caw awa a furlie o yer ain.
Instead ye huv tae pit up wi a hurl on the tap o the girnel oan the doup o my coo-bot.
Indeed it’s a shame you are a creature of the slithering kind.
It’s sad that you were not blessed with parts that have a bend or two ended with hands that grip, feet and buttocks to let you drive a vehicle with wheels of your own.
Instead you have to put up with a lift on the top of the meal box on the back-end of my cow-bot.
The Scottish Word: slidder with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.
The book cover
I couldn’t help myself and just had to turn that illustration into a Norbitt Bletchley Strutters book cover.
And if there is such a person as A Norbitt Bletchley Strutters I can only apologise and hope they take it as a compliment.