42 Things All People With A Scottish Mum Heard Growing Up:  1. “Whit’s fir ye’ll no go by ye.” – When you thought you’d missed your chance. 2. “Keep the heid!” – When you were going radge. 3. “Gonnae no dae that!” – When you were being annoying. 4. “You’re no the full shillin’.’” – When you were being weird. 5. “What did yer last slave die of?” – If you asked her for a favour. 6. “Yer bum’s out the windae.” – When you were talking nonsense....

42 Things All People With A Scottish Mum Heard Growing Up

42 Things All People With A Scottish Mum Heard Growing Up: 1. “Whit’s fir ye’ll no go by ye.” – When you thought you’d missed your chance. 2. “Keep the heid!” – When you were going radge. 3. “Gonnae no dae that!” – When you were being annoying. 4. “You’re no the full shillin’.’” – When you were being weird. 5. “What did yer last slave die of?” – If you asked her for a favour. 6. “Yer bum’s out the windae.” – When you were talking nonsense....

Scottish saying /what's for you will not go by you?  How about- "If God is for you, who can be against you?"

Words of a mother to her wee Bhoy in Scotland . I miss that woman in a way that prose could never pay homage. My mum.

Hmmmm... I am of Scottish descent and this describes me perfectly! Guess I am more Scottish than I thought!

I am of Scottish descent and this describes me perfectly! Guess I am more Scottish than I thought!I´m not of scottish origins,but I`ll stand by that dignity.

Traditional Scottish Proverb. Check my blog :) www.catherinethebrave.com

An Old Scottish Proverb -- 'We love rain, water of life Scottish Whisky Source: The Glenlivet

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irish v scottish = So true for me.Grandpa was a redheaded Irishman, my first boyfriend a redheaded Irish boy, but I married a very tall and dark Scotsman!

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