Do you know the difference between a bully-one and a laggie, if you do then you'll be sure to have an interest in this story.
They're terms in the game of conkers and over the weekend the eighth annual Scottish conkers championships were held in the Borders.
Competitors came from all over the UK to take part in the event, which formed part of the Tweed Valley Forest Festival.
Lori Carnochan went along.
Around one hundred competitors took part in the Scottish Conkers Championships in Peebles on Saturday (25 October).
Entrants came from all over the UK to compete and try to win the crown of conkers champion.
One of the highlights was the 'Rogues' competition, where competitors are allowed to prepare their conkers using any method they like to try and make it the hardest of all.
This year's winner was Jamie Craigen from Stirling, who explained the secret behind his winning conker.
The event is now in it's eighth year and was part of the Tweed Valley Forest Festival.
The town's Tweed Green was full of wood craftsmen giving demonstrations and showcasing their carving skills.
The Scottish Labour Party have agreed a timetable for electing its new leader following the resignation of Johann Lamont.
- Leadership candidates can declare their candidacy from October 27
- MPs, MSPs and MEPs nominations will open on October 31
- These nominations close on November 4
- The ballot commences on November 17
- The new leader will be announced on December 13
An 11th hour delivery of chestnuts has meant the Scottish Conker Championships will go ahead.The annual event was cancelled after a shortage of quality chestnuts.100 competitors are due to take part.
World champion Ady Hurrell and his brother Maurice has stepped in and offered to bring a a load of Cambridgeshire's best chestnuts to Scotland.Chris Sawyers of Borders Forest Trust said: