How well I could hear her sayings between the lines: 'But the editor-man will never stand that, it's perfect blethers
' - 'By this post it must go, I tell you; we must take the editor when he's hungry - we canna be blamed for it, can we?
So him and the new dummy started off; and the king he laughs, and blethers
With free face painting and crafts for the kids, free prize draw, and refreshments, why not come along for a cup of tea and a blether
Clearly, they had just encountered each other and had stopped for a blether
before going on their way.
Don't miss our exclusive interview with ace cameraman and broadcaster Gordon Buchanan either, or the wee blether
with Big Country's Bruce Watson.
She enjoyed sitting under the big tree for a blether
, so with this I'd have found her in there every lunchtime chatting away."
Ms Davie told the Press Association: "Alesha was a very friendly wee girl and she would often be found in little corners of the playground sitting with her friends, having a right good blether
The popular event was held in St George's Church Hall with many people turning up for a wee blether
and to enjoy a cuppa and home baking in good company.
"He loved Leith, he loved a pint and a blether
, and he loved football.
Thankfully for me, he was also pretty done in, so it made for a very subdued, but no less enthusiastic, deep-dive blether
into some issues I am very passionate about.
Tony would always get out a bit to the shops most mornings and we would have a blether
Trees HAVE you ever noticed when trees grow close together, Their branches entwine and they blether
, yes blether