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I'll start us off with a few, but there are plenty round my way that I can add at a later date.

Three instantly spring to mind. An auld wummin called Betty i remember vividly from my childhood who still cuts about. Always dressed in bright colours and goes around opening and closing garden gates.

A notorious jakey who in the midst of Rangers' 9 in a row painted her grass blue.

And a wee old woman who i only saw once on an electric scooter, circling a particular bit of pavement whilst asking repeatedly "is that a hot sausage roll? Is that a hot sausage roll? Is that a hot sausage roll?"

Who are your local loonies?

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I'll start us off with a few, but there are plenty round my way that I can add at a later date.

Three instantly spring to mind. An auld wummin called Betty i remember vividly from my childhood who still cuts about. Always dressed in bright colours and goes around opening and closing garden gates.

A notorious jakey who in the midst of Rangers' 9 in a row painted her grass blue.

And a wee old woman who i only saw once on an electric scooter, circling a particular bit of pavement whilst asking repeatedly "is that a hot sausage roll? Is that a hot sausage roll? Is that a hot sausage roll?"

Who are your local loonies?

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There's a wee woman I see almost every day walks around here. Easily in her sixties, very slim, wears frilly dresses dating from the 1940-50s, which would be a nice look on someone a bit younger but she also cakes her face in the thickest make-up I've ever seen on a woman. Jet black hair with a few grey streaks and cheeks painted on in circles like Olive Oyl in her heaviest Popeye-pulling gear.

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There's a wee woman I see almost every day walks around here. Easily in her sixties, very slim, wears frilly dresses dating from the 1940-50s, which would be a nice look on someone a bit younger but she also cakes her face in the thickest make-up I've ever seen on a woman. Jet black hair with a few grey streaks and cheeks painted on in circles like Olive Oyl in her heaviest Popeye-pulling gear.

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Is it mozza that cuts about stoaby in the Aberdeen top?

What about Alec Reynolds?

I'm sure that's 'Mad Alfie'. He's not long out the jail, so it can't be Mozza.

EDIT : Nah, it's not. I've just googled it. The boy Reynolds is fucking pure mad fucking big fucking mental cùnt like Ken?

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