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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby jp761 » Tue Nov 07, 2017 5:30 pm

Vicky wrote:
Lady Murasaki wrote:
Holly wrote:
Lady Murasaki wrote:I remember the other Scottish translation thread, was so funny!
I'm going to use Peely Wally on someone today.



...but you have to do it with a Scottish accent, or it won't have the right effect :header:


I cannae do that too well but I'll practice. It helps to talk real fasssst, emphasis on the constanentssss.


https://vocaroo.com/i/s1AJJNWCBksL

With a wee bit of practice, you'll be sounding like that.

:ooer:
Did someone say something?

The sound was pleasant though. :mrgreen:
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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby Vicky » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:47 am

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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby Vicky » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:48 am

jp761 wrote:
Vicky wrote:
Lady Murasaki wrote:
Holly wrote:
Lady Murasaki wrote:I remember the other Scottish translation thread, was so funny!
I'm going to use Peely Wally on someone today.



...but you have to do it with a Scottish accent, or it won't have the right effect :header:


I cannae do that too well but I'll practice. It helps to talk real fasssst, emphasis on the constanentssss.


https://vocaroo.com/i/s1AJJNWCBksL

With a wee bit of practice, you'll be sounding like that.

:ooer:
Did someone say something?

The sound was pleasant though. :mrgreen:


Thanks JP. :wubbers:
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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby Holly » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:57 am

Vicky wrote:This is for Lady M.

https://vocaroo.com/i/s0YpQ8wq8jNc



This sounds Finish to me :gigglesnshit: What did you actually say Vicky?

..but hey, I think a new vocaroo thread could be started :canny:
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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby Vicky » Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:02 pm

Holly wrote:
Vicky wrote:This is for Lady M.

https://vocaroo.com/i/s0YpQ8wq8jNc



This sounds Finish to me :gigglesnshit: What did you actually say Vicky?

..but hey, I think a new vocaroo thread could be started :canny:


"Right my Gaelic is not that great, so this is my best attempt"

"Taigh Nam Gasta Ort"

The vocaroo thread, was the best thread we had on here Holls.


:laughing:
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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby Holly » Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:05 pm

Vicky wrote:
Holly wrote:
Vicky wrote:This is for Lady M.

https://vocaroo.com/i/s0YpQ8wq8jNc



This sounds Finish to me :gigglesnshit: What did you actually say Vicky?

..but hey, I think a new vocaroo thread could be started :canny:


"Right my Gaelic is not that great, so this is my best attempt"

"Taigh Nam Gasta Ort"

The vocaroo thread, was the best thread we had on here Holls.


:laughing:



OK, I had to google " Taigh Nam Gasta Ort " It basically means ...Fuck of :gigglesnshit:

Well, if any of our members and guest are interested...we can always start a new one..how about a poll? ...if no one's interested, perhaps they could just ...Taigh Nam Gasta Ort :pmsl:
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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby Vicky » Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:26 pm

Holly wrote:
Vicky wrote:
Holly wrote:
Vicky wrote:This is for Lady M.

https://vocaroo.com/i/s0YpQ8wq8jNc



This sounds Finish to me :gigglesnshit: What did you actually say Vicky?

..but hey, I think a new vocaroo thread could be started :canny:


"Right my Gaelic is not that great, so this is my best attempt"

"Taigh Nam Gasta Ort"

The vocaroo thread, was the best thread we had on here Holls.


:laughing:



OK, I had to google " Taigh Nam Gasta Ort " It basically means ...Fuck of :gigglesnshit:

Well, if any of our members and guest are interested...we can always start a new one..how about a poll? ...if no one's interested, perhaps they could just ...Taigh Nam Gasta Ort :pmsl:


Aye a polls a good idea Holls, I'll start one directly.

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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby Mark » Wed Nov 08, 2017 2:10 pm

away ya wee NUMPTY :smilin:

and heres a very rude (well it used to be) fine old London word

PLONKER
immortalised by our DelBoy

david Jason tells how he couldn't believe the BBC allowed john Sullivan to use it
but JS told him
the BBC plonkers don't know what it means................but we all did :smilin:

its ya wanger, ya todger, yer Hampton.........your cock basically
and we all had del calling his brother a Cock, beamed into our homes by the lala BBC :gigglesnshit:
I'm just a boy, whos intentions are good.................
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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby Vicky » Wed Nov 08, 2017 4:14 pm

Mark wrote:away ya wee NUMPTY :smilin:

and heres a very rude (well it used to be) fine old London word

PLONKER
immortalised by our DelBoy

david Jason tells how he couldn't believe the BBC allowed john Sullivan to use it
but JS told him
the BBC plonkers don't know what it means................but we all did :smilin:

its ya wanger, ya todger, yer Hampton.........your cock basically
and we all had del calling his brother a Cock, beamed into our homes by the lala BBC :gigglesnshit:


Great programme Only Fools and Horses.

Trigger and his trusty old broom.

:laughing:
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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby Vicky » Wed Nov 08, 2017 4:17 pm

Today's Scottish phrase is..

"Up To High Doh"

"Am goin tae the doctors the morra and am up to high doh aboot it"

Up to high doh = excited or keyed up.

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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby jp761 » Wed Nov 08, 2017 4:30 pm

So Vicky, what is the origin of the Jimmy Hat? Who's Jimmy? Andy Murray suited his last night. :mrgreen:
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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby LM » Wed Nov 08, 2017 4:49 pm

Holly wrote:
Vicky wrote:
Holly wrote:
Vicky wrote:This is for Lady M.

https://vocaroo.com/i/s0YpQ8wq8jNc



This sounds Finish to me :gigglesnshit: What did you actually say Vicky?

..but hey, I think a new vocaroo thread could be started :canny:


"Right my Gaelic is not that great, so this is my best attempt"

"Taigh Nam Gasta Ort"

The vocaroo thread, was the best thread we had on here Holls.


:laughing:



OK, I had to google " Taigh Nam Gasta Ort " It basically means ...Fuck of :gigglesnshit:
:


She's normally so nice to me too. :bawlin:

Thanks Vicky, it does sound more Scandinavian than Scottish.
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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby LM » Wed Nov 08, 2017 5:06 pm

jp761 wrote:So Vicky, what is the origin of the Jimmy Hat? Who's Jimmy? Andy Murray suited his last night. :mrgreen:


This isn't the sports thread you scunner!

How about a complimentary word or phrase Vicky? A sweet nothing.
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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby jp761 » Wed Nov 08, 2017 8:41 pm

LM wrote:
jp761 wrote:So Vicky, what is the origin of the Jimmy Hat? Who's Jimmy? Andy Murray suited his last night. :mrgreen:


This isn't the sports thread you scunner!

How about a complimentary word or phrase Vicky? A sweet nothing.
When you're a mod I'll take your word into account. :wink:

The lady can answer for herself.
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Re: Scottish Word Of The Day.

Postby Vicky » Thu Nov 09, 2017 5:34 am

jp761 wrote:So Vicky, what is the origin of the Jimmy Hat? Who's Jimmy? Andy Murray suited his last night. :mrgreen:


I think it was Russ Abbot that started those hats and the Jimmy bit probably comes from, when your trying to attract a man you don't knows attention, you'll call him Jimmy.

My brother was at Scotland's opening game in the World Cup in 1998 and he was wearing one.

There was a wee Brazilian boy of about two sitting beside him and he wouldn't take his eyes off it.

My brother took it off and put it on the wee boy and my bruv said, the wee boy was delighted.
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