Scottish Word: Shilpit
“I’m awfy sairie sir, the sunblocks are gey shilpit an consequently it’s takin ages tae rub enough on.” Translated: shilpit: thin, insipid, puny. “I am so very sorry sir, the sunblocks are rather thin and and … Continue reading Shilpit
Scottish Word: Sicht
“That’s a sicht ah nivir, ivir, want tae see again.” Translated: sicht: sight. “That is a sight I never, ever, want to see again.” sight.
Scottish Word: Plook
“Aye, yir bonnie, aside frae the plook on the neb.” Translated: plook: pimple. “Yes, you are beautiful, apart from the pimple on your nose.”
Scottish Word: Sheuch
‘Hoi lassy, mind yirsel. Yir breeks huv slipped up yir sheuch.’ Translated: sheuch: furrow or trench. ‘Miss, miss, you must attend to yourself. Your bikini bottom has slipped unawares betwixt your buttocks’