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Old 10th April 2006, 13:46
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He asks these same questions on another forum and his posts run into several hundred covering the same points over and over again-by now he should have enough info to write a hundred comic books.
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Old 10th April 2006, 14:16
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Precisely!!!!

That's my reasoning for believing him to be a troll....
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Old 12th April 2006, 02:11
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Someone finally responds to your endless repetitive posts, trying to be helpful, giving English translations, and that is how you answer.

Here's another Scottish term of endearment - pog mo thoin - see if you can figure that out.
Stephan asked me:

Which Scottish language`s endearments do you want to know...English or Gaelic?

I wanted to know from Stephan the endearments in English and in Scots. SherbrookeJAcobite, What is the porblem?
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Old 12th April 2006, 02:12
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BUT..... the eejit wants current slang; or so he says...
No, I want a list of Terms of Endearmant in Scots, not Scottish Gaelic.
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Old 12th April 2006, 02:13
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I've tried to explain to him the difference between Scots and modern Scottish slang but it's like talking to a brick wall.
I know the difference-I just want terms of endearment in Scots.
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Old 12th April 2006, 18:12
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Why is it affectionate to call a youngster a "beastie"?
Because it isn't. Nae in Doricland onywye.
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Old 12th April 2006, 18:12
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No, I want a list of Terms of Endearmant in Scots, not Scottish Gaelic.
Scottish Gaelic is "Scots".

Scots means Scottish.
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