Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Andy, Nov 20, 2017.
I've often seen clocks with Dreckly on them, I didn't have a clue what it meant, so thanks for that.
You're right @ladycatlover that's how it's pronounced. It confused me no end when I first moved here.
The locals also say 'Where's he to?' instead of 'Where's he from?' which confused me for quite a while.
It means the same as manana, lol, we all know what that means
Dreckley / Dreckly - at some point in the future; soon, but not immediately; like "mañana", but less urgent (derives from English "directly" but differs in meaning) (c.p. Presently, British English, but formerly the meaning was "immediately") Dreckzel - threshold of a doorway
I always thought "wares e to" was where is he or where is it. But that's bristol not Cornwall.
"Where's 'e at" is the one I've heard.
Never knew quite how to interpret that one though. Is it, "Where is he" or a observation about a person's head covering?
I think he lurks systematically. If I post anything spiky I get an email from David within the hour more often than not.
I could tell you @Jonathan Edwards but then I'd have to kill you
What goes on S4ME stays on S4ME!
Uh oh, something else for Crawley to accuse him of.
Separate names with a comma.