Used interchangeably with ‘why’. We don’t know how, either.
Someone who does daft things.
Did ye, aye?
A phrase made popular by Glaswegian comic Kevin Bridges. When someone’s exaggerating or spinning a yarn, this is your retort.
Silence is required – as in ‘haud yer wheesht’ (be quiet).
Wet, rainy. Grey skies.
Someone who is non compos mentis.
Decent feed. Usually includes Irn-Bru.
Someone prone to doing daft things.
Sick, ill, not quite right. Also used to describe dodgy foods.
Also known as ‘bam’. Someone who is daft or misbehaving.
Bammin’ ye up
On the wind-up.
When your mates don’t reply to your messages, you’ve just been dinghied.
General expression of encouragement, usually in sports.
A jacket worn in winter.
When it’s cold outside and you need to get the big jaikit out.
When the temperature exceeds 10 degrees celsius.