Scottish word for shopping, more specifically shopping bags.
im away down to the shops for my messages.
by Linz2809 November 28, 2006
An interjection made famous by the 1996 movie Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood. It's shouted whenever a moral lesson is spelled out just in case somebody didn't get it.
Ashtray's cellmate: If you hit a man, in time his wounds will heal. If you steal from a man, you can replace what you've stolen. But always cross in the green, never in between. Because the honorable Elijah Muhammed Ali floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee. And always remember my brother, one fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish, knick knack, paddy whack, give a dog a bone, two thousand, zero, zero, party, oops! Out of time, my bacon smellin' fine.
by don_coyote April 04, 2009
Scottish slang for shopping (refers originally to the written shopping list).
Och fur fuck's sake man! They Happy-Shoapper shoapin' bags are pure pish! Thin as shite! Noo airs aw Maurine's messages aw air the flair.
by Scoat March 01, 2008
to do a poo somewhere inappropriate
haha i left her a message under her pillow and bailed
by ahpeeyem January 24, 2011
This is a Scouse term, originating in Liverpool, which basically means the shopping (groceries).
Go and get the messages in or you're not sleeping in this fucking house tonight.
by Rammo July 20, 2010
to run an errand, to pick up groceries
You said you were doing a message, just going down to the shops.
by Karen January 18, 2004