Posted: Apr 01, 2019 2:10 am
by don't get me started
Yeah, I think that having lived out of the UK for nigh on 25 years my language has evened out a fair bit. I've also worked alongside Americans and Canadians for all of that time so there are a few transatlantic terms that I use now (sneakers instead of trainers and stand in line instead of queue up). There were a few questions that weren't on the quiz that would have been a dead giveaway.

To make a mistake - To maff it up.
An untidy room or place - Scrow
To bicker in the manner of young siblings - To fratch
Embarrassed or ashamed - Shanned up or ladgeful
Head - Bonce
Ears - Lugs
To steal - To chore
Tomorrow - Ain the morn
Can't you... - Can ye no..?
I'll accompany you to the station - I'll chum ye tae the station
Packed lunch taken to school or work - Your 'piece'