RE: RARA-AVIS: zebra crossings/UK noir

From: Anderson, Erick (ETW) (
Date: 13 Jun 2002

Can someone across the pond explain to me the meaning of the word "Git"? I have a T-Shirt, with a very nicely designed legend that says "Surly Gits" emblazoned across the chest, but I'm loath to wear until I find out what I'm promoting.


Best Regards, Erick


> There's a third meaning, at least in Scotland. With regard to Rankin,
> it's
> probably the one he uses most. A punter is any person. For example,
> "Who's
> that punter in the kilt pretending to be William Wallace?" just means
> "Who's
> that man....," etc.
> Al Guthrie

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