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  • Cover scan of Ned Jokes
    Ned Jokes
    Lee Bok - Paperback - Crombie Jardine
    Forget the jokes that have been doing the e-mail rounds at work - here is a collection of new Ned funnies.
  • Cover scan of Jockney Rhyming Slang
    Jockney Rhyming Slang
    Robert Laidler; Mark Harvey - Paperback - Crombie Jardine
    This is a tongue-in-cheek guide to Scotland's own take on the slang language that Cockneys thought they'd made their own.
  • Cover scan of The Little Book Of Neds

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    The Little Book Of Neds
    Lee Bok - Paperback - Crombie Jardine
    Scottish High Streets have been taken over by these Burberry-wearing youngsters. Learn about their language and find out about their habits, good and bad!
  • Cover scan of Ned Speak

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    Ned Speak
    Lee Bok - Paperback - Crombie Jardine
    'Ned Speak' is a guide to the language of Neds, from bampot and bawbag to twicking and ya dancer.
  • Cover scan of Ye're Never Gonnae Believe It!

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    Ye're Never Gonnae Believe It!
    Harry Morris - Paperback - Black & White
    Harry Morris reveals the lighter side of our industrious police force. Full of hilarious anecdotes, oddball characters, quick comebacks and unlikely excuses, this title shows true Scottish humour at its finest.
  • Cover scan of Dae Ye Ken?
    Dae Ye Ken?
    Vicki Gausden - Paperback - Luath
    Split thematically, and including subjects from clothes (claes) to socialising (gang oot on the toon), this pictorial mini Scots/English guide by Vicki Gausden provides an explanation to some common - and not so familiar - words and phrases in the Scots language.
  • Cover scan of Glasgow Urban Myths

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    Glasgow Urban Myths
    Ian Black - Paperback - Black & White
    Urban myths are those stories that survive in the lack of any corroborating information, thrive in the face of their immense improbability and live on simply because it's more fun to believe them. Glasgow urban myths are as many and varied as Glaswegians themselves. The best are gathered in this collection of mirth and myth.
  • Cover scan of Nuthin' Like The Truth
    Nuthin' Like The Truth
    Harry Morris - Paperback - Black & White
    Harry Morris continues to expose the lighter side of our industrious police force. Full of hilarious anecdotes, oddball characters, quick comebacks and unlikely excuses, this volume contains plenty more funny stories from the thin blue line.
  • Cover scan of The No.2 Global Detective
    The No.2 Global Detective: A Parody
    Toby Clements - Paperback - Canongate
    The quiet of the evening is shattered by the discovery of a body in the library of Cuff College. Tom Hurst, a junior lecturer, must recruit four of the college's most celebrated graduates - from Botswana, Sweden, Scotland and America - to find the killer.
  • Cover scan of The Little Book Of Lists
    The Little Book Of Lists
    Amy Wallace; David Wallechinsky - Paperback - Canongate
    A mini version of the 'Book of Lists' that includes some of the best, quirkiest and most bizarre lists from its bigger brother.

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