In the 1980s WeeTam was the biggest drug dealer in Glasgow, Scotland. He ran an underground empire which spanned from Glasgow to Edinburgh. The Infamous Ferris Refers to Weetam as "a straight Loc fae pollok"
The term "weetam" is another name for a drive by.
"yeh we weetam'd them up"
"weetam done ma da and ma maw :("
Neds are youths usually from Glasgow in Scotland,
They gather in gangs and bully goths, emos etc.
Theyre 'booze' or alchohol doesn't include cider much to the dismay of these morons, it includes Buckfast($5.00) MD/ESQ($5.00) 8 Cans of Tennants($6.59)
Senga is a made up word (Like many of this shit about neds here) made by some fools from GlasgowSurvival.co.uk
They gang up and fight other gangs from other areas, in which it is necessary to carry protection if they're out by thereselves (A 'Blade') Usually a Lock-back knife or a telescopic police baton craftily tucked up the sleeve.
The gangs have spread over Glasgow and it's a good thing so they can keep the population of gays out of Scotland.
Sometimes the Topmen of each gang take other areas Topmen 'Square goes' which I pressume means a Fair fight.
Weapons include (In order of popularity):
Bottles, Knives, Golf clubs, Hammers, Bats
Knuckledusters etc. Fortunatly we don't get guns readily available here in Scotland otherwise all hell would break lose!
Watch the movie Small Faces, it's good.
Shugzy dropped Sloan's 'wee' brother down a flight of stairs at the dancing, Only for Shugzy to turn up the next night with a golf club and take Sloan's eye out.
He is such a ned.
A slang phrase appended to a word (usually a noun), to form a rhetorical question, which denotes superiority (ie. so-and-so Rules, OK?) It sometimes appears without a comma or question mark, but always appears with the informal "ok" as opposed to "okay". The phrase's first recorded use was in 1975, but it is rumored to have originated as early as the 1930's among the Glasgow "Razor Gangs". Rival gangs were known to tag each other's turf with "(gang name) Rules, Ok?" during disputes over territory as a part of gang warfare.
Dandys Rule, OK?
KC RULES OK
Heisenberg probably Rules, OK?
James Bond rules, OOK?
Dyslexics lure, KO.
Potassium Ethoxide rules C2H5OK
in scotland usually glasgow, a person who will wear white (usually lacoste) tracksuits, burberry hats and a lot of fake gold jewelery. speak a ceratin way, usually hang about getting drunk/wasted/vandalising/fighing. stands for non educated delinquent
ned 1: aight man?
ned 2: aye who dae yous fight fare
ned 1: shawlands
ned 2: i fight fer newton mearns ye fucking shawlnds wanker
Another name for a skinhead who follows the traditional styles and attitudes (i.e. not nazis). Adapted from a crew name originally in Glasgow called the Spy Kids.
"There goes a fuckin' spykid. Oh, shit! He heard me! Run!"
A Chelsea Grin (also known as a Chelsea Smile or a Glasgow Grin) is an act popular among British gangs which involves making a cut from the side of someones mouth all the way up to their ear. Due to the cut, it appears as if the victim is smiling. Thought to have originated from Glaswegian criminals but became popular among British football hooligan firms, in particular the Chelsea Headhunters.
Dennis: Let's give this cunt a Chelsea Grin!
Darren: Yeah alright, we can use the knife my mother got me for my birthday.
Cunt: Please, no, not the Chelsea Grin, anything but the notorious Chelsea Grin!
Term originally used by the East End razor gangs of interwar Glasgow. Sectarian and fiercely territorial, groups from different areas would engage in everything from casual one-upmanship to open street warfare. Best-known and most feared were the Tongs, the Toi and the Cumbies.
Smaller groups from other parts of the city identified themselves as the Anderston Young Team, Drumoyne Young Team and so on.
This latter form - or, more specifically, the tla arising - is now used by neds solely to give group identity to their immediate circle of friends.
Occasional variations include Young (Scotstoun) Fleet, Young (Ruchill) Boys and (Whiteinch) Mental Team. Note that neds using tla identifiers are neither scary nor imaginitive.
(sprayed on a wall)
on tour 2k3
(crudely drawn cannabis leaf)