Yer Da Sells Avon . . . our now world famous endearing insult.
11oz white ceramic mug.
Your Scottish slang mug is inspired by the Glesga patter and is hand-printed by Lisa and her team in their own wee Glasgow studio. It measures 92mm high and 80mm diameter and is quite safe to fire into the dishwasher.
Expiration dating is related to certain ingredients, like sunscreens and skin protectants. Our products are not labelled with these ingredients and do not require expiration dates. Products without an expiration date do not expire. For best freshness, we recommend that you use your Lipbalm within one year after opening and store it at 20-25°C (68-77°F).
In July 2016, following Boris Johnson’s appointment as the UK’s Foreign Secretary, residents of Glasgow responded in a typically Glaswegian manner . . . with a beautiful bit of street art in Partick. We just happened to be passing with our camera.
The original graffiti was painted over, but the "artist" got in again a couple of weeks later to further clarify that . . .“Boris Jonson is still a pure fanny"
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Yer mug is a strong and sturdy 11oz, measuring 92mm high by 80mm diameter and is no safe to fire into the dishwasher. Dae it yersel and keep it nice.
Hand-printed in our wee studio by Gie it Laldy and packaged in a neat white box.
A charming wee gift book written in broad Scots that celebrates the wit and wisdom of Scottish Grannies, with entertaining black and white drawings throughout. Written as a tribute tae a’ wur bonnie wee darlin’ Grannies whose voices echo though every page. They can be as philosophical as gurus and as bolshie as bikers, and they want everyone to know it! So make yourself a nice cup of tea, park yer bachoochie doon and start to read through this Wee Book ‘cos you’re in for a treat. The Grannies’ voices soar an’ squeal an’ jump off the pages! They’ll make you laugh, they’ll make you cry and they’ll make you roll your eyes just as your own granny did back in the day, when she yelled in your direction ‘dae as ye’re telt or ye’ll git whit fur!’.
Did ye, Aye? : . . . a sarcastic or humorous acknowledgement coined by all round funny guy and Glaswegian Kevin Bridges.
Your Scottish slang coaster is inspired by the Glesga patter and is hand-printed by the Gie It Laldy team in their own wee Glasgow studio. It's made from hardboard with a gloss white surface and measures 90 x 90mm.