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Once on a street in St Andrews, Scotland, an elderly gentleman walked up to me and started speaking in what I think was Scots Gaelic. I said to him (in English) that I was sorry, but I couldn't understand what he was saying to me.

He then threw down his hands as if I were a hopeless case and walked on.  Did he take me for Scottish?  I wasn't wearing kilts or a tammy, or anything like that.   :unsure:

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Or he could have just had a thick Scottish accent...:D

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If he did, it was so thick I couldn't understand a word of it... thicker than Robert Burns', and he doesn't give me much trouble.  :D

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