A Scot's mum exercising her not insignificant muscles.
The Scottish Word:

Spurtle.

“She maks that guid a porridge it’s a hard job pullin oot the spurtle.”

Translated:

spurtle: porridge stirrer – often formed in the shape of a thistle.

“She makes a porridge so exceedingly excellent that it is a difficult piece of work to pull the stirring stick out.”

The Scottish Word: spurtle 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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