The Scottish Word:

Yokit

“Ye’ve been warned afore Resbow – yokit yir mule tae a post o its very own. Hoo mony times dae ye hae tae be telt.”

Translated:

yokit, yoke, yolk: attach, join, unite (to a carriage or plough). Also – to have begun work.

“You have been warned before Resbow – affix your mule to a post of its very own. How many times do you have to be told.”

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Illustration Friday. hitched.

In memory of the Dundee Art College Revels of 1972 the best built theme ever.

Saloon bar, Tepees, stage coach with horses and a Sheriff’s office complete with cells – all full size.

The Revels were an annual fancy dress dance.

One thought on “Yokit

  1. Oh dear, lol! So much going on. My first thought, after worrying about the poor horses, is I sure hope that isn’t glass on the floor beside the dog! This is hilarious. Do they serve carrots at Scottish bars? Well done!

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