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158 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-9534 08:07

>>157 I would say the main argument is that it's how people talk in Scotland and none of that historical posturing (nice wikipedia skills). I don't know, you say you what it is and what the arguments are, but you seem to be making quite shallow observations about it. Do you think similarly about Norwegian compared to Danish, or other similar languages born from shared roots?

(I'm Welsh btw but my wife is Scottish)

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