I still fit my ageing pins into a pair of heels, although these days they're more kitten than peerie
The student, who spends his summers working in Lerwick's Peerie
Shop Cafe, is also tickled by his new status as a fashion icon.
Poor old Rob must be birlin like a peerie
trying to make sense of what all his gaffers are on about.
Not really waving, you see, but drowning, as the figure in the beaver coat scissor-strode away in clackety peerie
PETER LAWWELL must still be dizzy after birlin' like a peerie
when Celtic's annual accounts were published.
Anderson & Co have real Shetland knitwear and the Peerie
Shop sells knitwear, books, and clothes.
The people of Orkney are well used to the likes of Tongue of Gangsta, Peerie
Breast and Rotten Gutter.
Slippers apparently cause 11 times more injuries than peerie
heels and, oh yes, Costa coffee are increasing both their sales and numbers they employ.
It was always, with its corsets and peerie
heels for both sexes, as camp as Dale Winton and Lily Savage sharing a tent at a Boy Scouts' jamboree.
Last year I broke my arm after tripping over the pavement in my peerie
Demonstrations of Victorian life with Victorian games, a gird and cleek competition, whip and peerie
competition and staff in costume.
He put in the starting handle, gave it a whirl and it spun like a child's peerie