Monday 13 June 2005

English as a domestic language

I must say that I was quite chuffed to discover that the BBC's Weblog Watch had linked to this site. I know that some folk think that the first "B" stands for Biased, or Blair, or Brussels, or even Burkha, but I'm sufficiently old fashioned to think that it should still stand for "British". How sad then to have to inform the Beeb that, in this country, whisky is spelt WITHOUT AN "E"!

1 comment:

David Farrer said...

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Young Fogey
Having an E with your whiskey could have all sorts of interesting results.
23 June 2005, 12:10:33 GMT+01:00 – Like – Reply

David Farrer
Thanks Alan.
18 June 2005, 08:05:09 GMT+01:00 – Like – Reply

Alan Connor
Slip of the keyboard. What lesson have we learned? Always copy and paste titles and URLs, or you'll look foolish. Apologies, David.
17 June 2005, 23:43:08 GMT+01:00 – Like – Reply

Don't worry, I only looked at your blog because I couldn't believe a Scottish correspondent would have an E with their whisky. Interesting blog, though.
16 June 2005, 13:07:10 GMT+01:00 – Like – Reply

Sandy P
Don't forget "Baghdad."
15 June 2005, 21:41:37 GMT+01:00 – Like – Reply

Andrew Ian Dodge
Congratulations, be interesting to see what they think of you site.
14 June 2005, 13:20:09 GMT+01:00 – Like – Reply

Ah, the Oirish influence. Educational, mind you: every Irishman, or woman, that I've met who has come from the Republic has had a pleasant accent. It takes the BBC to find ugly Irish accents! Particularly that of the Ms Whinge who reports from Israel.
14 June 2005, 10:50:46 GMT+01:00