Re: Where is the English language going?
Come to NC's Outter Banks. Specifically, Harker's Island. They still speak with a thick Scottish Brogue in English. At least that's what I'm told. They are called High Tiders.... pronounced roughly .... Hoigh Toiders. Head to the boat docks and strike up a conversation or just listen in. It sounds like a foreign language.
We played at a club out there a few decades back and the people requesting songs and trying to talk with the band.... wow.... that was really hard to understand what they were saying.
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