Do you have a baldy clue as to who the bears and junglies are? Confused by the thought of some cheekywatter from your cargo? Fancy a day out at Fort Weetabix? Or would you rather settle down with some swedgers? After all, you don’t want to be a stank dodger. Confused? You need this book.
Michael Munro has won the eternal gratitude of Glaswegians for his efforts in popularising their city’s dialect, universally known as the ‘patter’. This book is the most extensive collection of this rich and expressive language ever made. Often hilarious, sometimes coarse (but never dull!), good knowledge of the patter is the key to understanding Glasgow and its inhabitants.