The road that links Glasgow to Edinburgh. It sometimes has two lanes and sometimes three. If you have the fortune to drive on this road try heading west as there is less English.
Have a look outside to see an example. It has Tarmac and white lines denoting lanes for vehicles to drive along.
mixture of sneaky, devious, vulgar, unscrupulous, underhand in a sexual sense. it was first used near Glasgow UK, in 1988, uncorrectly as the pronunciation of 'snide' which means bogus/counterfeit. It has no reference whatsoever to a golfer of the same name.
1. His advances to her where going nowhere. He was drunk and acting like a Snead and annoying every female within a square mile. or: 2. He had three girls going at the same time, none of them knew it, he was King Snead.