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Note - there are only ever Heid Bummers - there are never any subordinate bummers, or even just bummers. Receptionist: Eh'm sorry but the Top Banana is in a meeting.. Mrs Mac: Oh rerr, at's him the Heid Bummer at the Parly noo... vomit (rhyming slang from Hilda Gronk) "Ah wis gonny go in furra Chic Murray last night but thir wis a big Hilda on the pavement ootside the kebab shoap. "Ah wis sittin oan the bus yesterday when ah sudenly noticed they'd done away wi the signs that used tae say "No Spitting". I promise to give each and every one the same amount of attention, so please feel free to post your thoughts...
Wummin 1: Aye, but ah hear the jannies at Bute Hoose ur gunnin fur him... So ah thoat since it wisny forbidden ah wid hochle up a big greener an hing it oan the windae. At's a real humdinger Noun: also Jacksy, Jaxy (make up your own) - arse, specifically sphincter. Example: Ah decided no tae audition fur the New Bay City Rollers, cause fur wan, ah didny see how ah wid need a medical. He hud three hoodies an a perra adidas trackies up his jook" Also used by the stupidly polite as a euphemism for arse. Apparently this was originally taken from the name of a fruiting tree the Jujube..
Gingy merchant - a person who collected gingies and took then to the van (or shop)A dance done when Blootered on Vino Collapso or Buckfast.
Place one foot firmly on the floor and gyrate the other foot roond it, touching with the toes as if the water is hot. if a child is playing in a muddy puddle or the bath with some toys with no real pupose to the game they are said to be guddling.
Like feedin' jujubes tae an elephant Verb: to know, understand Used by carrot-crunchers*, bumpkins** and a few teuchters*** who are insufficiently edumacated to realise that despite all best efforts to bring Scots kicking and screaming into the twentieth, never mind the twenty-first century, there are some usages that should be quitely euthanased. Due to high male unemployment, and the easy availability of women's jobs (cheaper labour) in the mills, many men stayed at home whilst the women worked.