drookit

drookit

(ˈdrʊkɪt)
adj
Scot a variant spelling of droukit
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inclement weather and you could forgive David Simcock a wry smile as the monsoon turned the Newbury track soft and left the Berkshire punters drookit.
Wet-through teenage girls in trendy shorts and fishnet tights; women in flimsy but trendy coats and high heels struggling to stay upright; there were even a few hardy lads clad in T shirts and drookit hoodies.
NOT everyone hates inclement weather and you could forgive David Simcock a wry smile as the monsoon turned the Newbury track soft and left the Berkshire punters drookit.
DROOKIT Tesco car park in Oban and, below, landslide on the A890 at Strathcarron
CHILLED Drookit Darling is all smiles after being drenched in the ice bucket challenge yesterday
It is still dinging down at 4pm, so we slope out for a wee look, get soaked and run drookit back to the room.
Eight tons of fireworks remained unlit in their boxes and thousands of drookit partygoers wandered aimlessly around the capital, looking for a party that never got off the ground.
If only a drookit Captain Becher, sheltering from other runners in the eponymous Brook that day, had known what an institution this annual cavalry charge would develop into.