Scottish Word: Souter.
Ah’m a guild accredited souter ye ken, there’s no need tae hing aboot getting in a flap. I’ve un-dented yer siller toecaps, re-soled, generally repaired, and pit in extra heavy tacks, siller inaw. Whit have ye … Continue reading Souter.
Scottish Word: Shairn.
Hoo dare ye! Hoo dare ye even think ye might have trow shairn oan yer boot from the gravel trows! Gravel Trow shairn’s aye gently blown oot their nether end as rock dust in the twilight. … Continue reading Shairn.
Scottish Word: Mittle.
Tak care Pettigrew it’s mittled monie a weel protected agronomist ahn hardy nochtie arboriculturalist chiel mair than ye ken. Ahn we’ve got their bluid oer here tae prove it. Dae it doon ahn gie it a … Continue reading Mittle.
Scottish Word: Smuir.
Weel weel aw oor cookin up o this virus has resulted in a wee bonus o this wee bittie cloot whit’ll keep the smeek an smuir oot o oor lighs. ahn whit’s mair if’n we whip … Continue reading Smuir.
Scottish Word: Lankie.
Weel done lankie airmed man. Yiv saved me frae a robbin an gien the badjin a crookit nebbit. Mairie me – ah’ll sing yer sang. “The lankie airm man’s no a snarkie deil man, he’s a … Continue reading Lankie.
Ah’m awfie sorry Tabbatha but yer pal’s a hoor o a gamaleerie. Ahm afraid she’ll hae tae get her jotters. We’ll never win oor siller gilt at the Freuchie flooer show at this rate. She’ll hae … Continue reading Gamaleerie.
Excerpt from the Robert Burns’ poem: A Winters Night. …Oh ye! who, sunk in beds of down, Feel not a want but what yourselves create, Think, for a moment, on his wretched fate, Whom friends and … Continue reading Pouthery.
Scottish Word: Richt.
Richt a bit, richt a bit, forrit forrit, noo left a wee bit. Noo richt an back a bit. Guid! Yer guid noo, hud it like that. The cheese factory is comin up on yer beam … Continue reading Richt.
I think it’s lumpy because you’ve used the parritch mix instead o the wallpaper paste mix dear. Nae wonder the rat’s eating it. Ahn tae mak it warse ye’ve used ma insta-mix special extra lumpy hip … Continue reading Parritch.
“Yer teeterin like a sissy – the secret’s muckle sturdy tackety bits what gie ye stability. No these wee licht baffies ye’ve on” Translated: tackety bits, ~buits, ~butts, ~butes: hobnailed boots. “You are teetering like a … Continue reading Tackety Bits.