Scottish for "your dad". A term used to describe any behaviour or mannerism resembling something a stereotypically bald, middle-aged, slightly racist, bit behind-the-times bloke like your dad would say or do.
Yer da wishes his team would hire Tim Sherwood because he's a "proper football bloke"
Yer da blacked up for Halloween last year
Yer da isn't racist but wonders why there isn't a White History Month if there's a Black History Month
Yer da voted Leave to "get our country back"
Yer da doesn't mind people being gay but wishes "it wasn't so in my face all the time"
Yer da hates tika-taka football. Wishes his team would play 4-4-2 more.
Yer da stopped watching Top Gear when Jeremy Clarkson left because "he was the one who said what we're all thinking"
Yer da thinks soldiers should get footballers' wages
Yer da wants Boris Johnson as prime minister
Yer da gets excited when the rugby world cup's on because "it's a real man's sport"
Yer da thinks wearing a poppy in November should be mandatory
Yer da's favourite karaoke song is Mr Blue Sky
Yer da wishes England would drop Daniel Sturridge and play someone who's "not afraid to get stuck in" like Troy Deeney
Yer da goes on holiday to Benidorm and spends the whole week getting sunburnt on his Union Jack towel
Yer da's seen every single Bond film several times. Watches them as aspiration.
Yer da hates goal music at the football and wishes all games went back to 3pm kick-off on Saturdays
Yer da's gotten a 3 back and sides and a trim on top for the last 30 years
Yer da occasionally watches porn on Channel 5 once yer maw's gone to bed
Yer da hates all modern music and wishes there were more proper bands about like Oasis
"Did ye, aye?"
A very common and important phrase among Scottish lingo, word for word translates as "did you, yes?"
"Did ye aye" is an extremely condescending phrase used to shut down the person you're talking to if you think they're speaking shite. Can be used to convey that you think someone's telling lies, being a twat, being pretentious or simply to tell someone to fuck off. A very useful and versatile phrase.
"While on holiday in the Maldives last summer, I really think I discovered a new part of myself and my soul"
"Did ye aye?"
"Tore past 4 defenders all by myself, hit it inside of my left foot and curled it past the near post. 25 yards easily."
"Aw did ye aye?"
"Found a £20 note on the ground last week but I just immediately gave it to a homeless man. Makes you feel good knowing that you're doing good yourself for the world."
"Did ye mate. Did ye aye."
"Met Bruce Willis down the pub last week so I did. Well, his agent. His agent's mate to be honest. Said I can play golf with the big man next week!"
"Did he aye? Did he fuck."
"Got a new BMW M5 last week, didn't bother negotiating to be honest, I earn enough that it wasn't worth my time."
"Did ye aye..."
Adjective: shambles, travesty, joke, complete mess.
Used to describe a situation when everything has gone completely tits-up. Inspired by the many illustrious and colourful club statements issued by Rangers FC in the 2017/18 season of the Scottish Premiership.
Jim Traynor went into hiding after facing severe backlash from his concomitant statements
It was a concomitant scene at Ibrox when Rangers lost 2-0 at home to Hamilton Academical