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Aberdeen trip

Postby Patrick Hill » Sun Jul 07, 2024 6:09 pm

As some of you may have guessed, I've had another week up at the Granite City - for those who may be interested my web page is online until the end of the year.

https://quaysides.co.uk/wp/2024/06/30/aberdeen-2024/
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Re: Aberdeen trip

Postby Hornbeam » Mon Jul 15, 2024 9:46 am

As you are a frequent visitor to Aberdeen you will I suppose be Spikkin Doric which his different to the well known Scottish Accent a bit like Geordie is to the English Language. Enclosed is just a small section of the Doric Dialect My Wife hailed from Torry and acted as the Mother in Laws interpreter when they were away from Aberdeen.
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Re: Aberdeen trip

Postby Patrick Hill » Mon Jul 15, 2024 6:44 pm

Not a bit of it, I stick to good old 'ull speak - they seem to know what I mean when I ask for butteries, bacon softies and HNT :)
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