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.
Scottish Word: Swick.
Noo Tam… yir no gonna be swickin me wi yer pauchtie scheme like yiv done tae oor pal Injun Joe. Ah’ve jist looked up ‘The Adventures of Tom Sawyer’ on Wikipedia here. And whats more I’ve … Continue reading Swick.
The tounser moose aa’n the teuchter moose. “For the umpteenth time, there’s nae drains awa oot here. So tak yir chantie leavin’s tae the midden aback o the byre whaur ah’m aboot tae empty this pail … Continue reading Tounser.
Scottish Word: Wye.
“Stap yer dry boak, get yer heid oot o the backet an get it intae the buik tae see if sail gies wye tae steam or if steam gies wye tae sail.” Translated: wey, wye, wa: … Continue reading Wye.
Scottish Word: Dryte.
"Ah’m tellin ye Tabatha, Hoolet’s shern free erse is nae indication that yer due a dryte ony time soon for yer compost." Translated: dryte, drite, drait: defecate, poop, excrement. "I am telling you Tabatha, Owl’s nice … Continue reading Dryte.
Scottish Word: Luggie.
“Ahm thinkin they two numpties are cheating an putting mair than the rasps they pick intae their luggies tae up the wecht.” Translated: luggie: usually a bucket held at one’s waist with twine – used in … Continue reading Luggie.
Scottish Word: Kiggle.
“Aye, it’s a braver man than me kigglin aboot oot there.” Translated: kiggle: to wobble. “Yes Indeed, it is a braver man than me that is wobbling about out there.”