They Wear WHAT Under Their Kilts?

Subject Emily s Glossary for People Who Haven t Been to ScotlandFrom Mrs.Legolas kiltnetTo Dru seattlegrrlFaffing about running around doing nothing In other words, spending a month supposedly doing work experience on a Scottish sheep farm, but really spending days on Kilt Watch at the nearest castle.Schottie Scottish Hottie, also known as Ruaraidh, the subjeSubject Emily s Glossary for People Who Haven t Been to ScotlandFrom Mrs.Legolas kiltnetTo Dru seattlegrrlFaffing about running around doing nothing In other words, spending a month supposedly doing work experience on a Scottish sheep farm, but really spending days on Kilt Watch at the nearest castle.Schottie Scottish Hottie, also known as Ruaraidh, the subject of much drooling and first prize in the Who Can Snog Him First contest.Mad schnoogles the British way of saying big smoochy kisses Will admit it sounds v smart to say it that way.V very Using it abbreviated is coolio to the third power.Bunch of yobbos a group of mindless idiots In Scotland, can also mean sheep You can take it from me there is nothing stupider than a sheep, especially when you re trying to make them take their liver medicine.Stooshie uproar, as in If Holly thinks she can take Ruaraidh from me without causing a stooshie, she s out of her mind Sheep dip not an appetizer.
They Wear WHAT Under Their Kilts Subject Emily s Glossary for People Who Haven t Been to ScotlandFrom Mrs Legolas kiltnetTo Dru seattlegrrlFaffing about running around doing nothing In other words spending a month supposedly doing w

  • Title: They Wear WHAT Under Their Kilts?
  • Author: Katie Maxwell Katie MacAlister
  • ISBN: 9780843952582
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “They Wear WHAT Under Their Kilts?”

    1. This book really made my day! I love Emily, she's funny, witty, but has a golden heart. I thought at first she was so shallow and only had fluttering butterflies inside her brain, but then she continued to be the best friend I've always secretly wanted to have.My favorite part is when she told Aunt Tim how Holly might be making a terrible mistake by dating Ruaraidh. She insisted on telling her best mate that she's running on a slippery slope, but then eventually let her friend live her own life. [...]

    2. Yup, still very much liking these books. Emily just gets herself in super funny situations. I laughed so hard during the whole spray painting sheep bit. And the two-headed hedgehog? Oh my Crod! Of course she's completely blind that Fang is the right guy for her, but there are still several books left (and supposedly new ones will come out) so I have hope that she'll figure it out eventually.

    3. Better than the first installment, chock-full of Emily shenanigans, including some laugh-out-loud moments. Still better suited for teenage girls, but it was funny and made me want to visit Scotland.

    4. I enjoyed this book mostly for the humor. There were many times that Emily annoyed the living daylights out of me, but I think that is because of her teenager ways. I would love to say that her boy craziness is exaggerated, but it's really not and the shenanigans she gets into because of it are pretty funny. It's been a while since I read the first one in this series but I do feel like Emily had more character growth in this book. I really liked how she realized that she wasn't actually crushing [...]

    5. I bought this at my library book sale only because of the title. I didn't realize that it was a YA book. I gave it 3 stars because parts of it were really funny, but overall it was probably only 2 stars for me.The book is written as a series of emails written by Emily to friends while she is at her aunt's sheep farm in Scotland doing a work study. Her bungled attempts to help with the sheep chores (especially the sheep graffiti) and to impress the farm hand Rauriadh were amusing. I thought Emily [...]

    6. I haven't laughed this much in a long time. Maybe it's me, or maybe it's Katie with her personal tragedy, but I find her older books much more funnier than her newer ones, newer ones seem kind of forced? to be funny, while older ones are just plain funny from confusion, from mishaps and from being so embarrassing you just want to die of shame in sympathy.So. Typical of Emily, disaster after disaster, but roll around laughing disaster. Can we say codename sheep? Or how about when she stepped into [...]

    7. A fun, quick read. I picked this up at a garage sale because the title and cover illustration caught my eye.I found the main character, Emily, unlikable and annoying, but it was still entertaining. It was also delightful to find a modern epistolary novel, told in emails. Nice twist on a very old style.

    8. Emily and Holly are in Scotland on a sheep farm for their month long woark experience. Now Emily must survive wild sheep attacks, and old torture devices from castle dungeons. She must stay uber coolio, though, if she is to win a contest with Holly to see who will snog Ruaraidh. Scottish god of love, first. Her orange skin may not help, though.

    9. This was complete drivel!!!!! It was extremely hard to swallow, only got to pge 26 and quit. This is teen fiction at its' worst.

    10. Cute idea but I felt like the author was trying too hard with the teen lingo. It was excessive and exhausting so I just couldn't get into it.

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