Want to make friends laugh over a brew? You'll love our genuinely funny Scottish dialect mugs.
This charming mug is made from glazed china and features the Scottish dialect word 'Crabbit' along with a light-hearted definition and example sentence, which are written on a striking colour background. A second sentence starts inside of the mug and runs vertically down the back and a third sentence sits beside that.
The text on this mug reads:
'CRABBIT - Does this Scottish word derive from a marine crustacean with hard claws which can give you a good nip if it is annoyed? Who knows? It means - jaggy, bad tempered, sharp-tongued, and seriously grumpy.'
'Ye dinnae hae tae hae a face like a nippy sweetie tae be jist plain CRABBIT!â€
'I'm no really crabbit'
'Did I get oot the bed the wrang side the day?'
Check out our hilarious guide to Scots Dialect available here.
Sizes And Dimensions:Height-10.5cm Top Diameter-8cm
Date Added: 27th January 2012
Date Added: 17th June 2011