“I’ve just had a right good shit,” a friend who is known for giving unnecessary information said.
So, a good shit was not enough, it was a right good shit. Does that mean a good shit which is correct? Can a good shit be incorrect for that matter.
“I’m right pleased with my new job.” – Can we be left pleased, or wrong pleased?
“He’s a right bastard, he is” – I’m sorry, but bastards are anything but right; they are most definitely always wrong. And when we’re discussing bastards here, we’re not talking about illegitimate folks (who are merely unfortunate…unless they happen to be a badass as well), just unpleasant ones, as the new definition dictates.
Anyway, I’m right done with this usage of right.