The fundraiser's sentence:
We are grateful for your previous donation, now please give us more!
You won't be wanting to do that again in a rush, ken, will you then?The stereotypical cosy Scots sentence:
Hey, Jimmy, what you doin' ower there wi' that bonnie wee lassie?
There's a wee chappie playing the bagpipes ower there in the heather.The stereotypical urban Scots sentence:
Ye wannae go down the chippy for Irn Bru and deep fried Mars Bars?
Aye and then we can go down the pub for the match and a wee bevvie
ken - you know
ower - over
bonnie - pretty, lovely
wee - small, short
chappie - man
ye - you
wannae - want to
chippy - chip shop
Irn Bru - soft drink, brewed in Scotland
deep fried Mars Bar - yes there is such a thing
the match - the football match on big screen tv
wee bevvie - a few drinks
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