schemie


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schemie

(ˈskiːmɪ)
n
(Peoples) informal derogatory Scot a resident of a housing scheme
[C20]
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The reality TV show contestant said: "I'm glad it was me and not a skinny, skanky 15-year-old schemie.
The Legends (men's second team) will travel with something of a reduced panel this year due to the unavailability of some key players but with the likes of Schemie Dave McClelland and Asian Games veteran Brendan Stafford in their ranks, the Legends will fancy their chances.
boozer concurs: "The typical cynical schemie intellectual, too much
Shameless mum-of-three Lucy Haughey, 37, bragged: "I'm glad it was me and not a skinny skanky 15-year-old schemie.
Being a schemie fae Ayrshire he was probably still signing on as well.
Being a schemie, he was probably still signing on as well.
Being a schemie he was probably still signing on as well.
Schemie, malky, dunderheid, gadgie and peely wally are part of our language and that's that.
So we all know she has the legs to carry off hotpants but, when worn with these pink leather cowboy boots and waistcoat, the only fashion award Posh is likely to be collecting is for best-dressed schemie.
Last week, Winston, played by the fantastic Paul Riley, flitted out of the schemie slums of Craiglang for a life by the seaside in Finport.
Until then, I though I was the only schemie from Perth who had hyped up his CV.
A room full of people with shell suits and Burberry might sound like clubbing hell, but for Wendy, Schemie Tachno was one of the most popular parties she's thrown.