Whitivir ye dae hud ticht tae the lugs an dinni let go otherwayis they forget we’re oan their backs in control ahn stert tae stravaig aw oer the place. They’re that tumshie heidit. It’s the cost … Continue reading Otherwayis.
“Nae worries brither o mine, even if ye dinni fully assume the birsie shap ye bide skeerie wi a fine youp on ye.” Translated: skeerie: scary. “Do not be upset brother of mine, even if you … Continue reading Skeerie.
Scottish Word: Ern.
“Al Queada or no, that amoont of oxter hair luiks ern, I’m going tae shave it off for ye.” Translated: ern: irritate, pain. “Al Queada or not, that amount of oxter hair looks as if it … Continue reading Ern.
Scottish Word: Whit.
“Ah see whit ye mean Britni the bear erse is getting gey threadbear.” Translated: whit: what. “I see what you mean Britni the bear bottom is getting rather bald.” The Scottish Word: whit with its definition … Continue reading Whit.