A Happy Medium Aberdeen
So whilst in town I met a happy Medium in Aberdeen which got me thinking as to what is the correct reply when someone says they hear messages from the dead! I posed the question in The Doric to my readers and got these funny replies:
Fit is the correct response fin ye meet a mannie fa tells ye he is a Medium an can hear messages fae the deid!?
Fit is the correct response fin ye meet a mannie fa tells ye he is a Medium an can hear messages fae the deid!?Posted by Doric-Phrases on Thursday, 1 February 2018
If he wis a dwarf, and recently escaped fae prison, wid he be a small medium at large?
So, ye think yersel a medium? Hear voices fae the deid? Awa ye go ya daftie,...
Whits i doric fir "charlatan"?
I'm a Large an dinna hear ony hin!
Ye tell I'm tae gang awa an bile his heid.
Are y sure yer hearing aid are workin.
Awa n bile yer heed yi neep!
Gwa ye go, that geez me the heebie jeebies!
Fit a feel..
Dinna be feel!
Yer haverin' min
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The Drummer Boy is my latest novel about the ghost of a Gordon Highlander Drummer Boy from the Battle of Waterloo who haunts a modern day army nurse.
Chapters take place in modern day Aberdeen, at the Noose & Monkey bar and restaurant as well as His Majesty’s Theatre and Garthdee. Other scenes take place at Tidworth and during the Napoleonic War.
I’ve put in many Doric words and phrases into the novel, my favourite being “Mmm oxters o an Aberdeen loon, cannae beat it!” As with all my novels and short stories (my author name is CG Buswell) it includes the Doric, scenes from Aberdeen and famous ghosts from our area.
Read the first three chapters for free on most devices.