He said: "I hope that any chain of Oor Wullie cafes or restaurants will feature hand-guddled salmon and scrumped
My pear tree has been scrumped
to within an inch of its life.
Mum baked cakes and kept us alive, but I got a Saturday job in a bakery and scrumped
as many doughnuts as I could.
And he did it all on a meagre budget of seven francs a day, surviving mostly on milk, water and fruit either bought from roadside sellers or scrumped
from roadside orchards.
apples, found hens' nests that had laid away from Dockers Farm and we skated on thick ice in the spinney (winters were good back then).
So we scrumped
apples and pears in Llandough where we once trawled the famous Blue Pond looking for the fabulous king newt that ruled there, rumoured to be the size of a saltwater crocodile though no-one ever saw it, let alone caught it.
I like to chug in a splosh of rum or brandy for good measure and a few scrumped
Far mers would find boxes of Granny Smiths left in their stables to replace those scrumped
from orchards by school boys with dirty knees.
It couldnOt have tasted more apple-y if IOd scrumped
the fruit direct from the tree myself.
Fat Bob, Soapy, Wee Eck and Wullie were Scotland's usual suspects when apples were scrumped
and greenhouse windows broken.
In the best traditions of English improvisation, they scrumped
apples from suburban gardens where windfalls would otherwise rot on the ground, and produced a `cyder nouveau' that scooped prizes in its wake.
As a child he almost drowned while swimming a river burdened with a swag of fruit he'd scrumped