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(Daily Mail)   Last speaker of rare Scots dialect passes away, meaning no one alive can understand it, just like before   ( dailymail.co.uk) divider line
    More: Sad, Black Isle, Aberdeen University, oral tradition, homeschooling, Sam Champion, management consults  
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2012-10-06 02:23:46 PM  
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they died a long, long time ago subby

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2012-10-06 11:19:08 AM  
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WorkingInParadise: Aye an' a bit of Mackeral settler rack and ruin
ran it doon by the haim, 'ma place
well I slapped me and I slapped it doon in the side
and I cried, cried, cried...

Can I have fifty pounds to mend the shed?
2012-10-06 10:18:38 AM  
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Lowers dipstick to half staff
2012-10-06 10:11:50 AM  
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When the last speaker of European American Vernacular English (a.k.a. honkybonics) passes away the rest of the world will declare a holiday.

Therefore, certainly, China must be destroyed.
2012-10-06 10:00:17 AM  
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LegacyDL: I thought the pre-requisite to speaking Scottish was that you had to be drunk?

That's more of a chicken vs the egg kind of situation.
2012-10-06 09:59:17 AM  
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That skilbygelk jinny muck took my beetyach and threw it in the greengaw. I'd give her a paykeen, but I'm a moppach naushin and feel fyown. Ablach.
2012-10-06 09:52:09 AM  
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