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Name: Wendy 7/27/2009
Email: jchalmers@dragnet.com.au
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: A Sairch Ingine.
Airt:

my father had a favourite saying when having a drink - it reads
sears luckas and lang may yer lum reek - can someone 
please translate this to english and correct me if i'm wrong.
I would be most grateful.

thankyou

Wabmaister: 'Sears luckas' may be 'Wha's like us?' = Who is like us? 'Lang 
may yer lum reek' is literally 'long may your chimney smoke' meaning 'live 
long and healthy'.


Name: Jordan 7/20/2009
Email: loyalmills@hotmail.com
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.
Airt:

Cant help but feel that most of the "Ulster Scots" words are 
just bad english words written as if spoken in a bad accent. If 
you must call it a language, we should all make more of an 
effort to make it a respectable one, not the embarassment it 
currently is.


Name: Jordan 7/20/2009
Email:
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: A Freend.
Airt:

I dont mean to gurn about it. Im a Protestant from Bangor, Ive 
played the lambegs for Conlig although I havent been up in a 
while (I really should get up) anyway, I feel strongly about our 
scots culture, particularly when you look at the increase in 
the use of the Irish language and culture in parts of Belfast. 
Ive seen the USFO a brave few times and have a few US 
eXperience CD's about the place. I just feel that it is being 
used as a weapon particularly by certain politicians, against 
nationalists when more effort could be better spent promoting 
the language amongst young people particularly, 'm 17 and if 
i tried saying some of the things on the website I'd be 
laughed at.


Dern Message 4/21/2009


Name: Ian 4/14/2009
Email: ian@doolallys.com
Hamepage: Doolallys
URL: http://www.doolallys.com
Airtit bi: A Freend.
Airt: Topper o a sicht.

Gran sicht ye hev here but some o' e' wurdies are dufferint 
than we use in Caithness - E' Flow Coontry.  

A'll mibbie gie some o' yer wurds a shottie laighter on.


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