Testy, Buffoonish, Tooty.
Ginger McMoshlings are thought to be distant descendants of the legendary Loch Mess Monster, Ginger McMoshlings look a bit like mini Jabbersauruses- ancient the creatures that roamed the world of Moshi before the Great Custard Flood. All I know for sure is these tartan-clad critters love a wee jig whenever they hear the drone of the sagpipes. Believe me, there is nothing funnier than the sight of a very merry McMoshling perfoming a Highland fling, especially if it decides to pull of it's false beard (which is glued to its hat) and wear it as a kind of kilt.
Shortbread biscuits and misty mornings
Trousers and shandy
Ginger McMoshlings can be found bobbling about on Loch Mess but some play golf near McHaggis Castle on Music Island.
- Jessie's name rhymes with Nessie, the nickname of the real-life mythical creature, Loch Ness Monster.
- Eventhough his name is Jessie, he is a boy. But some males are also named Jesse (pronounced as Jessie).
- Zooberguber was the first to get him, as she is staff.
- Although his beard is fake, he is still assumed male by many.