Belting out a UK top ten hit (1989) at the top of his voice in the bath on a wild and stormy night at the top of the lighthouse.
The Scottish Word:

Troosers, troos.

Let the wind blow high, let the wind blow low, Through the streets in my kilt I’ll go, And all the lassies shout hello, Donald where’s your troosers…

Translated:

troosers: troos trousers.

Let the wind blow high, let the wind blow low, through the streets in my kilt I’ll go, And all the young ladies shout hello, Donald where’s your trousers…

trusˈırs

The original artist: Andy Stewart; Scottish singer, entertainer and composer.
The song: http://youtu.be/pDJflQfNUE8 accompanied by an entertaining video (warning: views of bare scottish bottoms ahead).

5 thoughts on “Troosers, troos.

  1. recent eerie experience watching Sara Connor Chronicles. Terminator Cromarty sitting with child Savannah singing in duet “Donald, where’s your trousers?” Eat your heart out Arnie!

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