Scottish Word: Cheyne.
Whaur’s that damn puggie that caws hissel a librarian ya beardie bulfie? I’ll teach him tae keep me cheyned up oan the shelf aside a lot o lesser buiks. Bring him forth! Translation: cheyne, chine, chene, … Continue reading Cheyne.
Scottish Word: Bawkie.
I’m o the opeenion Igor, that ye need tae cut back oan yer bawkie breedin programme. No least because o the nummer o flies ye hae tae breed tae feed them. Ye’ll get me a bad … Continue reading Bawkie.
Ye’ve no real richt tae murn, cark an channer at me if ye’ve no voted – so hud yer wheesht when ye huvni made yer mark tae entitle ye tae mulligrumph. Get oot an vote. Translated: … Continue reading Channer.
Scottish Word: Moutit.
Here ye go pal. Free peh’s for the moutit an no forgetting yir wee birsie dug. The wicked coont their worth by the gowd they haud. And the guid coont their worth by the acts they … Continue reading Moutit.
This kist o aw kists an its trumpery has us bumbazed and thorter. Ye ken what that means. We’ll have tae ca’ in the scientists for the first time ever and if that disni work get … Continue reading Bumbazed.
Scottish Word: Awfy.
"Ahm tellin ye Prozack we’re well oot o it, flittin, it’s only a matter o time til the auld bauchle drops oor universe while exercisin up an doon the stairs. Particularly wi those awfie sclaffie baffies … Continue reading Awfy.
Scottish Word: Stert.
"Yiv forgot the stairter key, it’ll no stairt wi-oot it." Translated: stert, stairt: start. "You have forgotten the ignition key, it will not start without it." stɛrt journey. Sorry if it’s a bit ageist. But with … Continue reading Stert.
“Skip up the corbie stanes, shin along the heid, a wee loup tae yir plettie, in yir scratcher windie an yir maw’ll niver ken ye’ve been oot boozin. Maw’s can be unforgiven whaur booze is involved.” … Continue reading Corbie Stanes.
Scottish Word: Kepper.
“Ya Beezer! Yir a kepper o distinction Ms. Fordersome.” Translated: kepper: a person good at catching. “You wonderful thing! You’re a catcher of distinction Ms. Fordersome.”