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Wednesday, June 6, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Lassie:  Noun, chiefly Scottish and Northern English  Another term for lass. "My sweet lassie is curled up tight in a protective ball, face tucked into the back of the sofa, singing softly, with her pretty brown eyes scrunched up she's quite small, my lass, and the sofa dwarfs her… Continue reading Lassie

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Friday, June 1, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Footy:  Noun, British informal (also: footie) Shortened term for football; comparable to American soccer. Did you miss me? 😊  So good to be back!! ~Kelsey   "He is a terrible father. Though not the first time he has acknowledged the truth, Brian hasn't felt it this acutely since his divorce was… Continue reading Footy

Flash Fiction · How to be British

Boyo: One Year Old!

Friday, April 20, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Boyo:  Noun, Irish and Welsh informal  A boy or man (used chiefly as a form of address). Compare with bloke. HAPPY ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!!!!! I'll have a post out later on with more of my undying devotion. Just know you all are incredible and you have my gratitude and love. ~Kelsey    "We decide to have a picnic.… Continue reading Boyo: One Year Old!

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Saturday, April 14, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Gran:  Noun, informal  One's grandmother. Compare with nan. "They were doing a line up. Megan received the rather distressing call from her gran that she needed a lift and would Megan kindly help her out. Of course the granddaughter agreed. Megan is easily able to drop what she is doing… Continue reading Gran