Despite being in the same city, this place is like a different country from Glasgow's east end. Where the population of homosexuals, english people, posh people and people who ride bycycles outweighs that of the east end tenfold. A place which frowns upon things which are acceptable to do in the east end, e.g spitting in publc and drinking beer from a can. People here also display behaviours which are alien in the east. This includes, 2 grown men sharing umbrellas, and wearing dress shoes out in public without socks. The residents here are also significantly better off than the working-class eastenders, and so they send their children to a variety of private schools in the west so that they feel more important. People from Edinburgh feel more at home here due to the preference of strange sports like rugby instead of football. Eastenders feel out of place in the west due to the significantly different dress sense and drinking habbits, not to mention they must learn a new language by discarding their east end dialect to speak propper english.
An eastender jumped on a number 62 bus heading to the West End of Glasgow. On arrival he took one look at the place, and went back home.
A term used to describe a character in a Shakespeare play as "notable". However others portray this description differently as a man who is podgy or overweight
You are a rather portly gentleman aren't you?
Derived from the infamous popcorn trick, the hotdog trick involves a guy on a date in the cinema to put his erected sausage in an empty hot dog bun and offer it to his girlfriend, giving her a better meal than she hoped for.
That hotdog trick really payed off last weekend
To rub an eraser up and down the back of your hand 99 times, leaving a noticable red mark. Usually performed by kids under the age of 12
jason: Hey what's that on your hand?
Callum: I was doing a 99er
A saying to describe an item of clothing someone is wearing which is clearly too small for him. This is on the knowledge that if your are wearing something that is your wee brother's (little brother's) then it will be too small as your little brother would be often a lot smaller than you. This term is also used less commonly for something too big for you in which you would call your "Dad's top" or your "big brother's" top, again going on the knowledge that these people are probably a lot bigger. Obviously the term "top" refers only to a Tshirt but it can be used similarly when describing trousers as your "wee brother's trousers" but this phrase is not often used. To use this phrase on somebody is seen as an insult insinuating that either they cannot afford their own clothes or that they are too fat to fit into a certain garment of clothing. It usually results in laughter for those observing, as well as the victim of the joke being embarrassed and hard pressed to think of a come back.
That's rich coming from the guy wearing his Wee Brother's Top!
Fucking hell, are your Wee Brother's Trousers tight enough at the bulge
God sake man, what size is that, it looks like youe Dad's top
A word native to Cumbernauld, Scotland which describes any non alchoholic drink. It takes other forms for other meanings like "Droofed" meaning to be thirsty or "Undroofed" meaning that you are deprived of a drink.
Mike: I'll give you a droof if you eat that shit"
john: *eats the shit*
Mike: "Well done, you've earned that Tizer!
I am severely droofed
That is one poor attempt, and so you will now be undroofed
A hybrid taken from the word "hairdoo" meaning hair style and "chop" meaning cut. A doo chop is basically a haircut, usually needed for a guy with long hair
wow that guy needs a doo chop soon