'faux'? C'est le mot français pour 'false'.
I think you're making a good stab at both Scots and Geordie, Per, as well as links ;)
What time do you two go to bed BTW? What's happened to beauty sleep routine?
Ca canny the pair o' ye, Amelia
Per, hadawayanshiteman! Geordieland is the land what youz vikins coulnae tame(coz yer hed nae use fer coal!) Aaal yez did ower heor was to burn, rob, pillage and rape (even noo some cattle hev satisfied looks on thems fyasses!
_faux is a French word, meaning false
hev a guid day!
How man! woman...AAtelt yez aa had broadband updates, aa hev te keep werkin on PC to ensure a speedy workin connection, as advised by BT e.mail
and anywez, aa divvun need beauty sleep! while on aboot sleep, mind whatyer sayin lass, yer mek it sound like yon vikin an me sleep togetha!!
This was a couple of tough ones, but here's my best try: No it's not suitable for the public. Some of the words isn't even defined yet. But what I can see is that there's a lot of Norwegian in it.
Love you anyway Mike :))
Yes - the Norwegians put words together a bit like the Geordies ;)
Honestly, I'm no afficionado on this subject but I reckon there are similar sounds in both our native tongues, Dutch as well! If you listen to the many arabic speakers you will notice similar sounds and tones too, but each language is derived from dialects, as I believe all our languages are. So if we all get on together, what does it matter which language we speak?
Er... I think that just about tires me out, I'm going for a lie down!
NO NO NO NO! Bonnie Lassie that is the name of my solicitors! Messrs Hadaway & S H Iteman, they are in Newcastle, just at the bottom of Dog Leap Stairs!
There is an estate agent in Kidderminster called Doolittle and Dalley :)
You've got it Amelia. I should be very angry before i would say some of those words. I'm however pretty familiar with them, as I often hear Scots communicating at my favorite pub, where every second word starts wit an "f"
So you go to the Irishman Per? We haven't been there for a bit, but it's always good on a Thursday - and one can get a nice pint of Guinness, if one saves up the Kroner for a couple of weeks ;)
Yes, unfortunately the Scots and the English have often a limited range of vocabulary :(
Yer damn right!!
So you've been there too? I go mostly on Saturday afternoons. Then I can have a few pints of Guinness, and still catch a bus home. Its safer to invest in pints then in cabs. And the price of the Guinness; it just a matter of priority. Why don't you and Adrian pop in a Saturday, and I'll buy you a round. That goes for you too Mike I'm sitting at the table near the terrace door with a bunch of ladies of all kind.
Are you coming too, Marianne?
Most kind of you, but it is a long way to travel for me in a wheeeelchair, of course I do not take alcohol when I am driving, so it would be a 'dry run' for me! Besides which, I could not get the wheeelchair up those steps!
TTFN, Mike ☼
Very nice shot! L. Greetings, Fabio
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