boredom.

Tycoondashkid's picture

ah just a very boring day today

the only real event was a english guy struggling to comprehend Scots, we learned their language, they can't learn ours

he keeps confusing Aye, Aie, Ase, Arse, Aleo, Aew, Aesk & Aine i had to keep explaining that
Aye = Yes
Aie = Awesome
Ase = Damn you
Arse = Ass
Aleo = unreachable
Aew = Right
Aesk = Ask
Aine = i know

i could understand if it was the accent we have but we have a disadvantage over him, understanding the middle class ascent.

could be worse he could be the english guy who carries a English to Scottish English Dictionary, 1/4 bare minimum are the same

bleh boredom. we just finished Hitler: the Rise of Evil in history quite well done mini-seris though.

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jeff's picture

To be fair...

English does place a larger emphasis on consonants.

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Tycoondashkid's picture

beh tae bay fairer

engli languy sucks arse :) it lacks culture init and comon every ward unless yer welsh has a vowel.

and i canny be bothered translating the noo
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jeff's picture

Sadly...

I can't find Karl's take on Scottish accents (which is that young kids who speak it sound like old men), but here's a similar take on Welsh:

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"You can judge the whole world on the sparkle that you think it lacks" - Dawes, When My Time Comes (http://youtu.be/Z0FrcTX6hWI)

Tycoondashkid's picture

yahaha XD

but in aw honestay ive seen 11 year auld scots scare ouff 15 year auld englishtwats (<- correct translation of englishmen) an made em lake like panzies

still tae lazeh to translate
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