Entries Tagged “Scottish”

Funny Phrases

1. Scott's Cot Caught a Scot's Ascot

Or, Scott from Scotland's tie got trapped in his bed. See also Scottish.

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Funny Words

2. Gaberlunzie

A Scottish word for a licensed, wandering beggar. See also Scottish.

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Funny Places

3. Butt of Lewis, Scotland

An island of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. See also Scottish, Sophomoric.

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Funny Things to Do

4. Scottish Caber Tossing

A Scottish sport in which people throw 20-foot telephone poles. See also Scottish.

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Funny Foods

5. Neeps 'n' Tatties

A Scottish dish of... turnips and potatoes. See also Scottish, Sophomoric.

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Funny Foods

6. Cullen Skink

A speciality from the town of Cullen on Scotlands north-east coast, Cullen skink is a thick soup made from haddock, poatoes and onions. Theories as to where the word "skink" comes from differ: it may be a variation on the Scots skink, meaning soup made from shin of beef. See also Scottish.

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Funny Insults

7. Eejit, Numpty, and Galoot

All Scottish words for "idiot." See also Scottish.

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Funny Foods

8. MacNougat

Found on the Pound Menu in MacDonnell's. See also Scottish.

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Funny Words

9. Oxter

Scottish word for armpit. See also Body, Scottish.

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Funny Words

10. Gardyloo

A warning shouted before throwing water from above. See also Scottish.

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