Whistled like a Peruvian, taught me Gaelic, and all the names are pronounced as Spanish. Any other Highlanders and Islanders run into this?
Mary Kennedy is a Isle of Canna name.
Pure Gaelic speaker whose family fought against the US for Mexico.
The protestant Sullivans next door chanted 'Ruaridh get your dory, the herrings in the bay.' to be mean.
Everybody, and now my s.o., sent money home.
Who went for a swim in a lake /
Then a man in a punt /
Stuck a pole in her ear /
And said 'you can't swim here, it's dangerous'
"There was a young lady from Bude..."
Whose Limericks stopped at line 2."
(I think that was by Tim Vine)
Just wondering - do they get featured in different languages?
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