Did you maybe mean smoothie?
“There was a bit of a 'stooshie' last year when some poor Councillor up in Caithness complained about this - when Caithness has no tradition of speaking Gaelic and precious-few who do so nowadays.”
“It's certainly kicking up quite a stooshie in the comments field of Brian Taylor's blog.”
“The stooshie seems to centre around who will take the PPC spot in Edinburgh South West.”
“I can't say I watched the Trawlermen series in which Jimmy Buchan starred, I do know it created a bit of a stooshie when Chris Moyles made fun of the northern accent on his morning show, resulting in the fishermen challenging the Radio 1 DJ to come out with them on the boats for a day.”
“Like anonymous saying he only voted 6 times is a lazy basis for this stooshie.”
“It seems David Cameron has stepped into a bit of a stooshie regarding Twitter, odd given that his Chief Press Officer joined the site a matter of weeks ago.”
“No doubt another All Women Shortlist's stooshie will be on the cards for the Labour party in this constituency which will only assist the SNP's chances further.”
“It all seems a bit of a stooshie at the moment and once again, it's all eyes on East Lothian and all eyes on the shaky Lib Dems.”
“The stooshie was over the fact that the Scottish Secretary had been the one who signed on the dotted line, rather than the First Minister.”
“And the same with admission costs - there was a stooshie about Celtic fans being charged more than Dundee United supporters for their respective Scottish Cup semi-finals.”
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