Siri & Scotland - The Ultimate Challenge

acosmichippo

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Would have been good if they were on the 11th floor the whole time.
 

Marianne

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That's hilarious. I love how they break into the Braveheart bit at the end.

For the record, Scottish accents are my absolute *favorite*. I pretty much react to them like Jamie Lee Curtis's character in A Fish Called Wanda when she heard a man speak a foreign langauge.
 

acosmichippo

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I thought it was extremely good anyway. I lived in Scotland for a short time, so it hit home even more.
Didn't mean to imply it wasn't funny. It was good.
 

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That's hilarious. I love how they break into the Braveheart bit at the end.

For the record, Scottish accents are my absolute *favorite*. I pretty much react to them like Jamie Lee Curtis's character in A Fish Called Wanda when she heard a man speak a foreign langauge.
Alrighty then. As mentioned above, I spent some time in Scotland (around 6 months), so yes I am almost Scottish and I know how to say 'I don't give a scooby' quite well.
 

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Alrighty then. As mentioned above, I spent some time in Scotland (around 6 months), so yes I am almost Scottish and I know how to say 'I don't give a scooby' quite well.
Well, it's a good thing you're not around Boston since I'd embarrass myself like this hearing you talk (slightly NSFW):
 

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Well, it's a good thing you're not around Boston since I'd embarrass myself like this hearing you talk (slightly NSFW):
Yes well, that sort of thing happens to me all the time - at supermarkets, pubs, out walking my dog. It's a terrible cross to bear. :D