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(YouTube)   A Newfoundland Language Lesson with Mark Critch, Candice Walsh   (youtube.com) divider line 14
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2012-12-28 10:32:26 AM
Golly!
 
2012-12-28 11:01:37 AM
Makes me miss home.
 
2012-12-28 11:14:44 AM
They say "me dear" a lot. Even newfie skinheads shouting threats at you from down the road sound sweet.
 
2012-12-28 12:10:11 PM
Well that was certainly annoying.
 
2012-12-28 02:36:01 PM
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2012-12-28 02:50:24 PM
I've been to Newfoundland several times, a very beautiful place. Especially the west coast of the province. The people are pleasant as well. But I can honestly say "that young lady is a Newfoundland 9"
 
2012-12-28 04:19:58 PM
I grew up in nfld, and I find it scary that I understood everything they said.
 
2012-12-28 08:59:36 PM
 
2012-12-28 09:14:12 PM
It's kind of like Danes trying to talk to one another. Link
 
2012-12-28 11:41:18 PM

Tony_Pepperoni: I grew up in nfld, and I find it scary that I understood everything they said.


I lived in NL for 3 years and i understood everything they said.
 
2012-12-29 12:01:23 AM
Lord tùnderin Jesus! Wat is dis shiate?
 
2012-12-29 03:50:14 AM
I turned the English captions on, and when she said "Today we're here for a Newfoundland" language lesson, the captions said:

"Today I get friends and mental illness."

Thanks YouTube.
 
2012-12-29 08:49:13 PM
At the company I work for, we do a lot of business in Newfoundland and all the non-Canadian staff have obviously been coached not to say "new-found-land."  But instead of saying "newfin-land" they say "new-finland" which is really weird.  I don't have the heart to try to correct them.

Thank you for reading this slightly off-topic post.  You may resume your regular conversation now.
 
2012-12-31 10:10:15 PM
Where I come from, we call that an "Irish accent".
 
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