Ahve raked aboot in this Airt fur this wurd whit ah ken 'a aboot jist tae show it tae ma wife 'an whit dae ah get? Nowt! Noo youse folk in this machine must ken fine weel whit a pever is cos ah ken whit it is an' ahve been awa fae Scotland fur aboot fowerty year. Ohneywye - Ah'll tell ye whit it is - it's a wee tin fulll'd wi durt ye yase tae play beds wi in the road.Hi you in there - the high heid yin - aye you ! Ca' yersell a Wabmaister! If ye canny get a braw bit o' a story intae this airt aboot pevers an' beds then yur nowt bit a donnurt glaik.Ye should think black burnin shame on yirsell. Get yersell crackin' oan it. Ahll keep keekin' intae this airt ae yours tae mak siccar mind ! Dis bairns still play peevers? Wabmaister
Can onybody tell me the meaning o this sawe? "He that will to Cupar maun to Cupar"
Noo then, Ey this's a fine wee seight wae mony a braw tale tae tell. Some brammer jokes an yin or twae gliffs an aw. Al merk ye fur a gid rake aboot later wen ae hae mare time oan ma hans. G.
I live in North Queensland Australia and heard about this site from a friend in Tasmania. Being from a Scot it was like a home coming - thank you for a wonderful site.
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I'd like to draw the author's attention to the fact that the schema on page 4 of “Wir Ain Leid” haes a wee error. The subtitle Anglo-Saxon branches into two: North and South, where South leads to Scots and North leads to Modern English. Shoud North and South no be inverted? Ay! Whoops! Thanks!