Tonyblack wrote:It is in Shetland.
Quartermass wrote:Errata wrote:Noo dan Bairns, blyde tae see dee aa' daday. Foo's du?
...I don't think this is any language known to man.
Tonyblack wrote:It's one of those odd names where the brain thinks it sees one thing but actually gets it wrong. It's like when you see the word 'pubic' and think it says 'public'.
Catch-up wrote:My grandmother used to say "draw" for drawer. Now that my mom is older, she says it every once in a while.
raptornx01 wrote:I've been reading it as Quarter in my head the entire time. never noticed there was no R
Dotsie wrote:Catch-up wrote:My grandmother used to say "draw" for drawer. Now that my mom is older, she says it every once in a while.
I do that, it's quite common round here. I also say "ah mun aftur" for "I'm going to have to", but it's so quick people generally understand me (mC & Sjoerd can disagree if they like )
raisindot wrote:Everything everyone else has mentioned so pales in comparison to the gut-wrentching, chalkboard-scratching, brain frying awfulness of the Bahhhhhston accent.
I = Ah
Am going to = am gonna = 'm gon = mun
have to = haff tur = aftur
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