Well its very hard to bring to ma mind, this sort of thing, its only, its alright,blah blah blah blah. understand?That's what I got out of it. I am the daughter of a Glaswegian, I can usually get it all. I think he was either mumbling, he was crazy or they did something to the soundtrack because that wasn't english he was speaking.I too love the Glaswegian accent and the Glaswegians. I was hoping for a return trip in Sept 2009 but it doesny look like it going to happen. See how I slipped some Scotch in there with the doesny? :)
Really... Are you kidding??? I heard alright then yak yak yak yak...That was funny for sure...LOL LOL(((HUGS)))Donna
I couldn't understand him at all! My mom and I visited Scotland in 1967, and we had trouble then understanding some of the people. In 1989 we went again, and this time visited cousins who lived in Dryman. We had no trouble understanding them. Karen
hahahha. ok so i understood at the beginning he said "Its very hard somethign something something" and then at the end he said, "do you understand." lol.it still sounds cool to me. :D
Okay, all I heard was blah blah blah. Sounds foreign to me . . . oh wait. :)Guess you are learning a whole new language as well. It did make me chuckle. Glad I was not the only one who couldn't figure out what that man was saying . . .
When you emailed me this clip, I must have watched it 10 times! I also had my coworkers watch it and none of us could figure it out! I can't wait to experience in real life.If I haven't told you lately, you are the best.
ROFL! All I got out of that was "Well, it's hard to..." and, "Do you understand?" HeeheeheeeJustine :o )
Well it’s very hard to bring them to mind, this is the thing... do yo understand? ... dunno in the middle ;) Cheers!
I heard something about eyes...the rest was blobby blobbb,,,blobbly and then the girl said.,.HUM??? Wow...that's a hard one!
well it very hard to bring them to mind this is the thing it only....its oright ....'cant be speaking english'.....as us, you understand?thats about all i got!!! lol
Every word! Impressive seeing as I've been gone from there for 30 years!
bwahahahaghaahah oh that sounds right like a bunch of folk i know from Glesgah! heheh God I miss that sound!
What I am wondering is who that girl interviewing is because she is SO familiar, like from a regular TV show from awhile back. Gah, this is going to drive me nuts...
Lol I'm from Glasgow and speak fluent Weegie and didn't understand. There must have an edit somewhere :)
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