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Best Scottish/Aberdonian Word?

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having a 'feejee' is indeed one of my favourite ones! uuumm... drookit' date=' cloot, glaikit...

oh oh, nearly forgot another couple- skelp and howk!

:rolleyes:[/quote']

Hell yeah, 'feejee' is a classic. I like dreich.

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Damn' date=' I thought I had just found someone else who uses that word for the remote 8)[/quote']

Glad to see there's someone else with a strange word for the remote. My family call the remote 'the weapon'.. I thought it was a normal thing when I was little, but now people give me strange looks when I say it so I try and stick to 'remote'.

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Not sure if this is exclusively Scottish but footballer Scott Brown recently said of a niggling injury "my knee is not feeling too clever...."

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  • Pish
  • Bawbag
  • Clartit
  • Scunner
  • Kelp-mockit
  • Radge
  • Mingin' (ripped off by the media into "minger". Cunts)
  • Boggin'
  • Boufin (or Bouf)
  • Stoatin'

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  • Pish
  • Bawbag
  • Clartit
  • Scunner
  • Kelp-mockit
  • Radge
  • Mingin' (ripped off by the media into "minger". Cunts)
  • Boggin'
  • Boufin (or Bouf)
  • Stoatin'

These are good...but a few are West-Coast weegie type ones, I think?

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Is it no' "clunge" for cunt?

I thought it was Glasgow for erse??

Which TV series had a drunken Scottish chef whose catchphrase was "Up yer clunge"?

I'm thinking it was Fawlty Towers, but I've a feeling that's wrong.

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I thought it was Glasgow for erse??

Which TV series had a drunken Scottish chef whose catchphrase was "Up yer clunge"?

I'm thinking it was Fawlty Towers, but I've a feeling that's wrong.

Shooie McPhee - Crossroads (played by Angus Lennie - who could also be seen hanging deid aff some barbed wire in The Great Escape).

Yes there are some Weedgieisms in there I admit - but it did say Scottish/Aberdonian.

Connached (cunted, fucked, exhausted) is a richt fine Keith/Moray word.

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