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Proper noun……or adjective?

I’m guessing proper noun because surely no-one would be so scrupulously honest with an Ebay listing if the adjective did apply to the item!

There are of course two spellings of the word and I remember posting previously about one chap who probably goes through life completely untroubled by his name.

This is because he doesn’t live in west central Scotland.

Those who are perhaps at a loss to understand, should discreetly click here.


4 Responses

  1. *Cleans mouth full of tea and toast from laptop screen*

  2. discerning music lovers may opine that ALL banjos are keech banjos.

  3. A banjo player I know tells the following story: “I was in Glasgow and left my banjo in the back of the car in full view. When I returned to the car someone had panned in the back window. When I looked on the back seat…..you’ve guessed it……there were TWO banjos”

  4. Don’t forget, it is also a verb. I would keich masell if I found two banjos in ma car.

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