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 Glaswegian words beginning : Z
 
Glaswegian English Example and Translation
Zebadeed Mad wae it, high on drugs Big Tam wiz pure zebadeed last night it wiz brilliant.

To celebrate Thomas being released from rehab we went out binge drinking and had brilliant cacophony of drugs. Sadly Thomas has had to go back to the rehab centre but hopefully we shall see him in another six months.

 

Zebadeed - high on drugs

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Zoomer Person with an unstable personality - ie anyone who is SCOTTISH.

We are all a wee bit weird in Scotland . . . why not come and join us!!!

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From A Midge in Your Hand is Worth Two Up Your Kilt

by Stuart McLean

The Haggis

Haggis – that icon of the Scottish Nation; lungs, heart and liver of sheep with a dash of blood stuffed into a sheep’s stomach! No wonder we’re always so bloody miserable.


You can take a haggis to water but you cannae drown the wee bugger.

If the haggis sees his shadow
We will have six more weeks of winter.
If he doesn’t see his shadow,
We will have an early spring.
(Folk Lore for predicting the weather that is used on the 25th of January, Haggis Day)


 

A Midge in Your Hand is Worth Two Up Your Kilt

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