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  • n. Plural form of schemie.


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  • If I don't write about Scottish "schemies" on drugs in every book, then I get accused of selling out.

    Saying Yes To Drugs

  • Of course, outraged Daily Mail readers lap this stuff up with their daily dose of hate, as do idle, fag-smoking, corpulent schemies picking their way through the pictures in the Scum and the Retard.

    See No Evil…… (at least until the next financial year) « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • In fact, I just think that nice, middle class people should vote, except that they get drawn in by this political correctness nonsense, and your actual neds and schemies can see through all the shite.

    Morning Live Blog

  • When he made his grubby little fortune, instead of shipping out to Milngavie or Eastwood like the rest of the nouveau-riche schemies, Morris bought the home of his pitifully limited dreams (after sufficient vandalism and intimidation forced its previous owners into an unplanned sale).

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

  • For this reason, I order that you be taken from this court, henceforth to a place of confinement, there to dwell in perpetual fear of being chibbed and humped by rabid schemies.

    Boiling a Frog

  • These two plotlines link up at the end of the episode through how exactly the scheme blows up, which involves more than just the schemers and the, uhh … schemies, but the entire cast of the show.

    Paste Magazine


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