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Sae she bakit twa aitmeal bunnocks, and set them to to the fire to harden. After a while, the auld man came in, and sat down aside the fire, and takes ane o' the bunnocks, and snappit it through the middle. When the tither ane sees this, it rins aff as fast as it could, and the auld wife after't, wi' the spindle in the tae hand and the tow-rock in the tither.
But the wee bunnock wan awa', and out o' sight, and ran till it came to a guid muckle thack house, and ben it ran boldly to the fireside; and there were three tailors sitting on a muckle table. When they saw the wee bunnock come ben, they jumpit up, and gat in ahint the goodwife, that was cardin' tow ayont the fire. Grip it, and I'll gie ye a soup milk till 't. The tailor cuist the goose, and the goodwife the tow-cards; but a' wadna do. The bunnock wan awa', and ran till it came to a wee house at the roadside; and in it rins, and there was a weaver sittin' on the loom, and the wife winnin' a clue o' yarn.
Grip it, my woman; grip it. That's a clever bunnock. Kep, Willie; kep, man. And forrit it runs to the niest house, and ben to the fireside; and there was the goodwife kirnin'.
And afore she got it set right again, the wee bunnock was aff, and down the brae to the mill; and in it ran. The miller was siftin' meal i' the trough; but, looking up: But I like a bunnock and cheese. Come your wa's ben, and I'll gie ye a night's quarters. Sae it turned and ran its wa's out; but the miller didna fash his head wi't.
So it toddled awa', and ran till it came to the smithy; and in it rins, and up to the studdy. The smith was making horse-nails. Come your wa's in by here. But it whirlt awa', and out o' sight in a crack, and ran till it came to a farm-house wi' a guid muckle peat-stack at the end o't. Ben it rins to the fireside. The goodman was clovin' lint, and the goodwife hecklin'. Hit it owre the back wi' the clove. But it was owre clever for her. And aff and up the burn it ran to the niest house, and whirlt its wa's ben to the fireside.
The goodwife was stirrin' the sowens, and the goodman plettin' sprit-binnings for the kye. Thou's aye crying about a wee bunnock. Come in, haste ye, and I'1l help thee to grip it. Rin owre o' that side. Jock fell amang the sprits. The goodman cuist a binning, and the goodwife the spurtle. But it was owre clever for Jock and her baith. It was aff and out o' sight in a crack, and through among the whins, and down the road to the niest house, and in, and ben to the fireside.
The folk were just sittin' down to their sowens, and the goodwife scartin' the pat. But it whirlt awa', and ran, and better ran, till it came to another house; and when it gaed ben, the folk were just gaun to their beds. The goodman was castin' aff his breeks, and the goodwife rakin' the fire. But it warsl't out, and ran, and the goodman after't, wanting the breeks; and there was a clean chase owre the craft park, and up the wunyerd, and in amang the whins; and the goodman lost it, and had to come his wa's trottin' hame hauf-nakit.
But now it was grown dark, and the wee bunnock couldna see; but it gaed into the side o' a muckle whin bush, and into a tod's hole. The tod had gotten nae meat for twa days. And that was the end o' the wee bunnock. Now, be ye lords or commoners, Ye needna laugh nor sneer, For ye'll be a' i' the tod's hole In less than a hunner year.
At the conclusion, Grannie would look round upon her little audience, and add the following, by way of moral: Chambers, , pp. It was one of a great store of similar legends possessed by his grandmother, and which she related, upon occasion, for the gratification of himself and other youngsters, as she sat spinning by the fireside, with these youngsters clustered around her.
This venerable person was bor n in the year , and died in When cockle shells turned music bells, And turkeys chewed tobacco, And birds biggit their nests in auld men's beards, as hereafter they may do in mine -- There was an auld man and an auld wife. Quoth the auld man to the auld wife: Quoth the auld wife to the auld man: And after it they ran, and the tane flang at it a pot, and the t'other a pan; but baith missed it.
And it ran, and it ran, till it came to twa well-washers. And they ran after't, to daud it wi' wat claes. But it ran, and it ran, till it came to twa barn-threshers. And they ran after't wi' their flails. Thus the story goes on through a series of adventures, which are perhaps sufficiently indicated by the answer of the bannock to Tod Lowrie at last: I fore-ran A wee wee wife and a wee wee man; A wee wee pot and a wee wee pan; Twa well-washers and twa barn-threshers; Twa dike-delvers and twa heather-pu'ers; Twa ploughmen, twa harrowers, twa hungry herds; And sae will I you an I can.
But the tod snappit it a' up at ae mouthful, and that was an end o' the wee bannock. The Wee Bannock Scotland It may be worth while, in order to shew the extent to which nursery stories are provincially varied, to give the Selkirkshire version of the wee bannock: There was a wife bakin' bannocks, and there was a man cam and wanted ane o' them. And he said to the wife: And it ran and ran or it cam to a sheep, and the sheep wantit it, and it said to the sheep: Sae it ran and ran, and beat the sheep.
And it cam to a goat, and it said to the goat: And it ran and ran, and beat the goat. And it cam to a fox, and it said to the fox: Pusheen Hamburger Cat Collar. Pusheen French Fries Cat Collar. Pusheen Sundae Cat Collar. Pusheen Sleepy Cat Collar.
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