"Willie Wastle" is
essentially a boy's game. One standing on a hillock or large boulder,
from which he defies the efforts of his companions to dislodge him,
exclaims, by way of challenge:—
I, Willie Wastle,
Stand on my castle,
And a' the dogs o' your toun,
Will no ding Willie Wastle doun.
The boy who succeeds in dislodging him takes
his place, and so on.