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disease · a day ago
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“THE DARK MOUNTAINS” JAMES CRAIG ANNAN // 1890 [photogravure | 14.9 × 20.1 cm.]
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heatherandthistles · a day ago
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Just post this on this blog instead since I can 😇
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scotianostra · 20 hours ago
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Kilchurn Kylo.
Heilan coo admiring Kilchurn Castle .
📸mini_ashleigh_photography on Instagram 
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enchantinggreen · a day ago
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Not everyday they look this good 👀
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emotionally-attached · 2 days ago
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A day of comfy clothes and no fake lashes ☺️💕
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gillianubdstellar · 15 hours ago
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crvp · a day ago
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lazarusinchinos · a day ago
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amuseoffyre · 3 months ago
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Quick thing for people writing Scottish characters - dinnae, didnae and disnae are not interchangeable.
Dinnae - do not/don’t
Didnae - did not/didn’t
Disnae - does not/doesn’t
“I dinnae want to do that” means “I don’t want to do that.”
“They didnae find the loot” means “they didn’t find the loot”
“He disnae ken what he’s talking about” means “he doesn’t know what he’s talking about.”
What I’ve noticed is that there is a tendency for non-Scots writers to always use “dinnae” regardless of context. I’m assuming that’s because it’s a quick shorthand to show the character is Scottish for the audience which is pretty much... you know. How media works.
Unfortunately, every time I hit a sentence like “he dinnae want it”, my brain goes ERROR ERROR ABORT OUT OF CHEESE.
I doesn’t like it.
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cielsoleil · a year ago
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HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A SCOTTISH PARROT
IM LOSING IT OVER THIS
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florealegiardini · a month ago
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“Beauty surrounds us, but usually we need to be walking in a garden to know it.” – Rumi Abbotsford House, Scotland, United Kingdom ~ gisforgeorgina
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oldpaintings · 2 months ago
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Jubilee Procession in a Cornish Village, June 1897 (Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee) by George Sherwood Hunter (Scottish, 1846--1919)
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heatherandthistles · a day ago
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Summer heat is killing me!!
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scotianostra · 2 days ago
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Greyfriars Kirkyard., best sampled after dark..............
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flimflix · a year ago
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‘’Prince Phillip’s up there with good ol Maggie now!’‘
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ancientsstudies · 3 months ago
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Carlowrie Castle by karlsaunders_
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disease · 3 months ago
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DAVID B. MCFALL / “BULL CALF” / 1942-43 [portland stone | 47.6 × 64.8 × 56.5 cm.]
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