Dinni worry aboot the real giant alien clockin us daein the repairs tae oor counterfeit Tarquin, they’re no awfy sparkie. Their harn canni hack the camstairy uptak. It’ll gang inta ootricht denial in a second ahn … Continue reading Sparkie.
It’s a sair fecht, this trekin roond an roond an roond up this tower. It’s takin forever – the view frae the tap better be guid. Are ye sure there’s nae better wye than takin this … Continue reading Langsome.
Pey me weel. Pey me weel. An’ I’ll do ye a deal. Noo Mr Wabster an wee Miss Moffat yer spider silk shin are braw things but I canni pey ye much, an nothing up front … Continue reading Pey me weel.
Scottish Word: Deuk.
“The minute ye let go o yer wee rubber deuk yer classed as aboot tae droon. Then the arbiters o the race, there an then, haul ye oot o the water an that’s the end o … Continue reading Deuk.
Scottish Word: Lugs.
“Jings, it’s no jist airborne – they can get tae us direct through oor lugs an een – he’ll lach an part wi siller ony minute. Likely even gi’ awa his bonus anaw.” Translated: lugs, lug: … Continue reading Lugs.
Scottish Word: Numpty.
“Only a numpty wid dress for the beach like that. Ye numpty ye!” Translated: numpty: idiot. “Only a fool would dress for the beach like that. You fool you!” The Scottish Word: numpty with its definition … Continue reading Numpty.
Scottish Word: Vex.
“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.
Scottish Word: Aff.
“A reid card’s a reid card, whether it’s Pluto, Neptune or Mars. Yir aff!” Translated: aff: off. “A red card is a red card whether it is Pluto, Neptune or Mars. You are sent off, go!” … Continue reading Aff.
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.
Scottish Word: Sey.
“He thinks he’s the yin sey-dreivin the furlie, but it’s massel, he’s jist ballast.” Translated: sey: test, try, attempt something difficult. “He believes he is the one test driving the machine, but it is I, he … Continue reading Sey.