Me thinks I'll write this in standard English, being I can read 90 odd % of what's written, but writing it's another matter. I love this site. It helps me out with my own auld Scot's poetry, and I think the dialectics are soooo charming, though amusing to me in a comical way. I could care less if this has fallen into disuse. If someone knows it, I value them a little bit more than most. Thanks for it.
Ah cannae agree wi Wattie- Peem's the berries as faur as ahm concairned. Ane o Auld Scotia's tap philospophers. A yin man Scottish enlightenment.
"email@example.com" <"firstname.lastname@example.org"> He is right. No such language as Scots exists in my experience. The only language that comes close is English Black Country from the midlands. This is very similar in kind to Doric Scots. Though some Glaswegians may also use phrases similar to scots.
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Charles Dornan needs to go and learn a bit about linguistics, methinks.. :P
Yon bothy's nae whit it wis. It wis the best thing aboot the hale wabsteid, yon Peem Birrell wis that canty - a genius ah'd say. Bit naethin ever happens there noo, ah dinnae bother tae gan ben ony mair. Peem jist havers on -wi nae sense tae whit he seys. As fur yon Pud Young - weel...