Slur Represents Reason & Origins
Big Mac Scottish A large Scottish man.
Caber Tosser Scottish Scottish sport.
Cross-Dresser Scottish The wearing of Kilts (like skirts)
Groundskeeper Willie Scottish From the Scottish character in 'The Simpsons'.
Haggis Scottish Scots eats haggis on Rabbie Burns Day.
Haggistani Scottish Compares Scotland to a 3rd world country such as Pakistan
Hillbilly Scottish Ulster Scots who supported the Protestant King William of Orange at the Battle of the Boyne came to be known as "Billy Boys." The combination of "hill" and "billy" first came into use at this time. A large number of Appalachian settlers were Scotch-Irish, and the term arrived with them.
Jock Scottish Scottish variant of the name "Jack." Originally used to describe soldiers, but now used for anyone Scottish.
Kilt Scottish From a traditional article of national garb.
Mac Scottish Common Scottish surname prefix.
McNugget Scottish For scottish or irish children - Mc (or Mac) for scottish/irish, nugget to represent that they are children
N.E.D. Scottish Non Educated Delinquent. A major subculture in Scotland, NEDs are young criminal men who live off government handouts.
Neanderthal Scottish Neanderthals were supposedly discovered in Scotland.
Pipe Blower Scottish Reference to bag pipes
Piper Scottish As in bag pipes
Porridge Wog Scottish Mainly used by the British - Scots love their porridge!
Schemie Scottish White trash in Scotland. Local housing estates in Scotland are called schemes. Schemies are the ones who have never worked and lived on state benefit their whole lives, frequently deal in drugs and stolen goods.
Scotch Scottish Archaic synonym for "Scottish." Fell out of common use because of the association with whiskey, but now used occasionally as a derogatory term. Slur was used to invent the term (brand name) "Scotch Tape"
Scotty Scottish From the Star Trek character of that name.
Sweaty Sock Scottish Cockney rhyming slang -- Jock = Sweaty Sock
Thistle Arse Scottish Emblem of the country. Apparently used by other United Kingdom Inhabitants
Weegie Scottish A derogatory term used by Edinburgh people for Glasgow people. Comes from Glaswegians. The collective noun for people from Glasgow, Scotland.