We've shaved three dories an' near skelped
the boom off a Frenchman since noon, an' that's close sailin', ye may say.
Baxter took me to his links, quite ten miles off, where in a maze of tramway lines, railroads, and nursery-maids, we skelped
our divotted way round nine holes like barges plunging through head seas.
Julian Goldie, 33, skelped
Lynn Whitehouse, 52, after a party turned nasty.
Back in the fold routine Roy Hodgson eased seamlessly back into the dugout yesterday as he adopted the pose last seen at the Euros as England got skelped
And as soon as James dragged the ball out the air and skelped
it I just went ballistic.
As retold by Theresa Breslin, the storytelling has very nice touches including the use of that great Scottish word skelped
when the dragon is being dealt its death blow.
I don't want us to get skelped
and we'll have to win our share of the ball to play football but why not go there and be positive?
If you'll pardon the analogy we've been sold a skelped
And, as we all know, hell hath no fury like a Scottish fitba hack scorned, especially one skelped
in front of his peers.
We got skelped
off a topflight side last week when Hibs put six past us - but we more than held our own against a very strong County side.
Cammy Kerr 5 Skelped
a shot wide in first half but was caught out when Thistle broke quickly.
The Englishman's wild second shot on the 18th cleared a corporate enclosure and skelped
the elderly woman who was standing near the scorer's hut.