His wee bit ingle, blinkin bonnily, His clean hearth-stane, his thriftie wifie
's smile, The lisping infant prattling on his knee, Does a' his weary carking care beguile, An' makes him quite forget his labour and his toil.
And of course, rising above them a' like a colossus, there is the inimitable Guitar Wifie
. I canna be the only een fa wid pay good money tae see Emeli trying tae perform her global smash hit "Next Tae Me" next tae her.
A third remarked: "The wifie
on #ThisMorning could end up being me #dogs."
The rest of the company, including the wifie
who washes the stockings, look at each other.
Think of the wee wifie
getting the shopping for her man's tea in the Only An Excuse comedy show.
I was still pondering this question, lounging against an upturned boat on a deserted beach on the west of Ireland, when another 85-year-old wifie
strode past me on her way back from her daily jaunt to the fishing boats.
A popular name es fylie back appears tae hae been Nathan and the story goes o es neebor wifie
meetin a young lass wi a pram an keekin aneth the hood at a sleepin wee craitur, "Fit a bonnie bairnie.
Jan Durica barged Steven Fletcher out of the way like a wifie
hitting the sales on Black Friday.
With his triumphant cheeks glowing under a film of garlic butter and shellmageddon all over the table, an immaculate wee wifie
PROUD of her broad Ayrshire accent, Cathy Jamieson has been played on TV comedy Only An Excuse as a wee wifie
having a blether over the back fence.
Chris loves playing golf, so the gingie and his wifie
bought a pounds 3 million property in the Quinta do Lago golf resort in the Algarve (on the Portuguese coast) so Chris can spend quality time on both his favourite past times - golf and playing with Billie.
A sympathetic wifie
passed, eyed my plight and (as if nagging me for bein' a feel gype) pointed oot: "The rain's niver far awa'."