eejit

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eejit

(ˈiːdʒɪt)
n
a Scot and Irish word for idiot2
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This generation is far, far smarter and healthier than us eejits who went before them.
Itchy Coo, part of Black & White Publishing, have previously translated three other books by Roald Dahl into Scots - The Twits, which became The Eejits, George's Marvellous Medicine, which became Geordie's Mingin Medicine, and Fantastic Mr Fox, which became The Sleekitt Mr Tod.
SIR, - Have we, as a society in this once great country, and especially in the welcoming and accepting north-east, fallen in standards to a level that some "eejits" in Elgin gain some form of amusement or attempt to make a ridiculous political statement by applying graffiti over a place of religious worship.
THERESA May has been left "at the mercy of the eejits, rogues and galoots" over leaving the EU, Scottish Labour's Brexit spokesman claimed yesterday.
Clean, decent shows with no smut, sex, nudity and general cringe-making eejits.
THIS IS SPINAL TAP ITV4 12.20AM Christopher Guest and Michael McKean score a perfect '11' in THIS IS SPINAL TAP ITV4 12.20AM Christopher Guest and Michael McKean score a perfect '11' in Rob Reiner's riotous hoax - the original 'rockumentary', if you will - detailing a comeback tour by full metal eejits. (Cert 15, 1984) .....
It is all ups and downs, screaming and crying" Fashion designer Julien Macdonald, above, sums up being a contestant on the BBC show "How are we poor eejits supposed to know whether we are all going to be burnt to a crisp or be up to our armpits in water in the foreseeable future?" Radio presenter Sir Terry Wogan on the conflicting opinions about climate change
VANESSA Feltz's morning show on Channel Five should be statutory reviewing for almost-menopausal women making eejits of themselves to keep younger men.
EEJITS OF THE WEEK: Hard though this is to believe, but cops in Donegal have discovered some hairy eejits are going out at night and taking their children quad biking - on frozen lakes.
The Wee Bag Band are "five eejits playing diddly, diddly Irish music"
HUNDREDS of eejits have stood on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square recently all in the name of art.
'I've simply had enough of playing 'eejits',' he says, and he means it - he's quit the role of superhero Thermoman, which is being taken over by James Dreyfus.