Tak that ye contermacious scowderin fiery beastie ye. Huv the foo smeddum o my fire pit-ootery tin. This is yer last warning. Yiv no tae scoff virgins ahn scowder guid polis sent tae protect them. You’ll … Continue reading Contermacious.
Scottish Word: Grue.
In the name o the wee man that thing gies me the grue. It’s chowin guid gowf baws ahn crushing yin tae bits in its nieve. Its dreeps o pushion are scowderin the girse, and it’s … Continue reading Grue.
Hoo’d a thoucht that yer cranniewanny clook wid be as cheuch tae manicure as yer ither clooks eh? Did ye ken I mak doon the nail shavins an sell the pouder as sneeshin? An I must … Continue reading Cranniewanny.
Scottish Word: Fower.
Stage yin an Stage twa are the tasty yins. Stage fower Haggisses are the dangerous yins but are certainly aw lang deid by noo. There has only ivir been yin sichtin in recent times. An that … Continue reading Fower.
Scottish Word: Bysyn.
“Quick ma braw wee green bysyn o as yet unkent an unruleful thouchts – gie yersels oot o ken aback o the covers or ye’ll be scowdered awa.” Translated: bysyn, bysun, bysning: a monster, a marvel. … Continue reading Bysyn.
Scottish Word: Spune.
“Tak heed son. It’s time ye lernt tae tak a widden spune tae eat yir hinnie in wise o yer whole sel.” Translated: spune, speen, spon: spoon. “Take heed son. It is time you learned to … Continue reading Spune.
Scottish Word: Faik.
“Faik the bag Jimson, faik the bag, Tiddles can be a wee bit cattiewurrie at times.” Translated: faik: fold the mouth (of a sack etc.) outwards and downwards. “Fold back the bag Jimson, fold back the … Continue reading Faik.
Scottish Word: Cleuk.
“Yir cat’s cleuked ma ee.” Translated: cleuk, cluke, clook: claw. “Your cat has clawed my eye.”