Ee by gum! Tha's a bit tender on that 'un arnt thee!
I sed sem thin' to thee las week and tha bit me 'and off abaht it.
'appen thee 's more Yorkshire than thee think. Grumpy 'n maungy like.
You can allus tell a yorkshireman, but you can't tell 'im much!
Relevance to LF/MF? Nowt!
With best regards
Dr. James Cowburn
Ex-patriot Yorkshireman - now earning the Queen's Shilling down south
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From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of mal hamilton
Sent: 22 September 2009 10:43
To: [email protected]
Subject: LF: Re: Re: Re: Malcontent...
I am not from Yorkshire and therefore the Yorkshire accent is non
POME = PRISONER OF OLD MOTHER ENGLAND and that is also non applicacable.
We have strayed away from LF/MF time to get back on track What is WSPR doing
----- Original Message -----
From: "VK2ZTO" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2009 10:22 AM
Subject: LF: Re: Re: Malcontent...
> G'day Mal,
> Still reeling 'em in I see.
>> I have heard a lot worse said about POME'S from AUS sources over the
> Nah - I'm not a POME-basher, sorry I can't give you that out. Some of my
> best friends are POMs. Good bunch of chaps in my experience.
>> Glad that I am not a POME.
> Don't worry - you are not - rest assured you are in a class completely of
> your own.
>> de G3KEV now back to pounding the morse key, 20 metres looks good at
> I hope "morse key" is not a euphemism.....
> As the actress said to the ham operator..."Is that a morse key I see in
> hand - or are you just pleased to see me ?".... ;-)
> Keep throwing out the bait....
> BTW - for my own entertainment I have been listening to some Yorkshire
> accents from the BBC. Don't know whether you are a native speaker of
> thar parts, but blimey mate, I thought 'strine was hard for non-Aussies to
> understand until I heard a Yorkshire accent. If you are a native speaker
> can fully understand why you would prefer CW and emails. That mode is
> excellent for allowing foreign speakers to understand each other - even
> across counties.
> Nice to hook up with you again.
> 73 Steve
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