Scottish Words tagged with: spacesuit - 10 posts.

Why grannies have not yet ventured into space.

Scottish Word: Vex.

Why grannies have not yet ventured into space.

“There’s nithin in zero gravity mair vexin than yer wallies loosed in yir helmet.” Translated: vexin: irritating. “There is nothing more irritating in zero gravity than one’s false teeth getting loose within one’s helmet.” The Scottish … Continue reading Vex.

A minor delay for space tourists as a pathway is cleared.

Scottish Word: Kenmark.

A minor delay for space tourists as a pathway is cleared.

“An get Branson telt that they’re kenmarkit ‘bigglesworth the max power super squib of Lossiemouth’.” Translated: kenmark: brand, a mark of ownership. “And be sure to inform Richard, without fail that they are branded as ‘bigglesworth … Continue reading Kenmark.

A bipedal from earth and a tripedal from the red planet visible in the viewport making cross species conversation in a bar in space.

Scottish Word: Reid.

A bipedal from earth and a tripedal from the red planet visible in the viewport making cross species conversation in a bar in space.

“When ye get stottin fou on yir reid planet, dae ye see triple?” Translated: reid: red. “When you get really really drunk on your red planet, do you see triple?” The Scottish Word: reid with its … Continue reading Reid.