(Rant)Took a moment to decipher this after hearing it screeched at a gaggle of urchins in Aberdeen.Posted 5 years ago
Broken down, fit why wa gaan, it actually asks which way are we going?
I love regional accents and what they represent, but hate lazy speech perpetrated to fit into a social group.(rant)whatnobeerMember
I’m disappointed, thought this was going to be a thread about a Doric/Jamaican patois cross over.
I love regional accents and what they represent, but hate lazy speech perpetrated to fit into a social group.(rant)
As has been pointed out, that’s not ‘lazy speech to fit into a social group’ but the Doric dialect spoken by not just the loons and quins of Aberdeen but an awful lot of people in the North East.Posted 5 years agorobinlaidlawMember
Doric is bloody difficult to understand
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=588356164589181&fref=nfPosted 5 years ago
The raffle prizes 😀
“…twa neeps, and haulf a rubbit”
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