Seems to me that we both live within a hundred or so mile radius from each other - but that our Highland slang is far more course than your civilised central belt colloquialisms. Truely a case of one nation divided by a common language.
Here are some of our worst - but I don't think they are used where you come from.
A lillian (from Lillian Gish - a silent screen actress)
As in: An old firm game.
A Turkish (from Turkish Delight)
As in: State of English football.
Female body parts:
Thrup'pennies (from thrup'penny bits)
As in: Gets on my...
Lon Channey (from US warewolf actor)
As in: You could see right up her...
Billy Blunt (from old 'Milly Molly Mandy' - comic by Joyce Lankester Brisley)
As in: A Traffic Warden
The Gary (from Gary Glitter)
As in: Anal gartification (She takes it right up the Gary...)
Fleetwood: (From Fleetwood Mac)
As in: She's talking out of her...
Male body parts:
The Henry's (From Henry Hall(s) ex-St. Johnstone top goal scorer)
As in: Thon Ronaldo is asking for a quick kick in the Henry's...
The Nat King (From Nat King Cole)
As in: The lucky b*st*rd's off to get his Nat King...
A Ham shank (from a cut from a pig's leg)
As in: David Beckham's a proper...
I can't think of any others at the moment. What sort of terms do you use down your end?
"Listen to them. Children of the night. What music they make."