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On a more serious note   "Aa we ivver got fae Scotland wis dear meal an' greedy Ministers"   "lat be for lat be"

I mind, while workin away in London blurtin oot:   "Man, du's as bald as a neep!"   The few who could quickly translate it all fell aboot gaffin. I didna tink it was dat funny, or unusual to say.

On a cauld day “baeting scarfs”

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I once heard a rather good one to describe a man from Da Ness who was rather well endowed. He was said to have:

 

"A tröll o tots laek a shivel foo o hoe livers"

 

The mental image that expression created made me glad that I was not at the front of the queue when male genitalia were being handed out.. :lol: :lol:

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"an erše apo her lek an ill packit bag o oo"

 

A variation of that is:

"Laek an ill taen aboot bag o neeps"

Usually describing a person whose clothes don't exactly fit the shape of their body. In other words, a shapely woman who wears jogging pants :lol: :lol:

Ducking for cover again :lol: :lol: :arrow:

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Or meybe joost my signature line:

 

:lol: :lol:

 

Dat wid laekly be da hoarn apo di big tae?

Weel,, a'll say dat for enoo.. :lol:

Although dy signature line haes a lok o truth atil it asweel. Loard kens a'm written enyoch hellery.. :lol:

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