Scottish Word: Doddle.
Biggin this jigsaw’s a complete doddle. A didni need tae consult the instructions yince. Ah’m gonna bigg it again ahn again. Translation: doddle: easy, entirely not difficult. Building this jigsaw’s as easy as a walk in … Continue reading Doddle.
“Aye, it seems fine tae me, we’re awricht, it’s no a vacuum. If it wiz oor erses’d be tae the wind wi-oot oor stievel breeks oan. Wooly long johns is nae protection I can tell ye.” … Continue reading Steivel.
Scottish Word: Gyper.
“He’s no the actual gyper either so gies all yir sweeties an siller or I’ll lowse ‘im on ye.” Translated: gyper: joker. “He is not the actual joker either so give us all your sweets and … Continue reading Gyper.
Scottish Word: Monie.
“It’s no fair. I’ve as mauny hairs as you but I’ve tae slap sun lotion on an you dinni.” Translated: monie, mony, mauny: many. “It is not fair. I have as many hairs as you but … Continue reading Monie.
Scottish Word: Een.
“Ah’m no sure it’s ethical tae transplant the een o a hoolet intae the heid o a peepin tom.” Translated: een: eyes. “I am not sure it is ethical to transplant the eyes of an owl … Continue reading Een.
Scottish Word: Pentin.
“Telt ye ye shouldni be wearin a birsie jumper when yir pentin.” Translated: pentin: painting. “I did mention to you that you should not be wearing a hairy jumper when you are painting.” The Scottish Word: … Continue reading Pentin.