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On 2007-07-08 19:46:42 +0100, "ARWadsworth"
My ex wife is from Slovakia and on one trip to Slovakia she spoke to her Mum's dog in English ... she had done. I also know a Welshman that speaks English perfectly well and will not respond to English. Adam

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I once knew a cat that spoke Welsh, and wouldn't respond to English. Owain

My ex wife is from Slovakia and on one trip to Slovakia she spoke to her Mum's dog in English ... what she had done. I also know a Welshman that speaks English perfectly well and will not respond to English.

I used to do servicing work at the Trawsfynydd Nuclear Power Station.

My English colleagues used to say that the barmaids at the local pub always switched to talking in Welsh as soon as they entered. I noticed that as well.
However, I had worked night shifts at a TV station when OU programmes teaching the Welsh Language went out. It soon became clear to me that they were discussing the fact that "someone" was pinching the toilet rolls out of the "ladies", and it wasn't the Saesnegs {sassonachs} that were the prime suspects, not the men at any rate.

DG
Scríobh Derek Geldard (Email Removed):
My ex wife is from Slovakia and on one trip ... speaks English perfectly well and will not respond to English.

I used to do servicing work at the Trawsfynydd Nuclear Power Station. My English colleagues used to say that the barmaids at the local pub always switched to talking in Welsh as soon as they entered. I noticed that as well.

How do you know what language you were speaking before you arrived?
However, I had worked night shifts at a TV station when OU programmes teaching the Welsh Language went out. It ... the "ladies", and it wasn't the Saesnegs {sassonachs} that were the prime suspects, not the men at any rate. DG

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We were somewhere around Barstow, on the edge of the desert, when the drugs began to take hold. I remember "ARWadsworth" (Email Removed) saying something like:
I also know a Welshman that speaks English perfectly well and will not respond to English.

Some of them are like that. A pat on the head and a biscuit might bring them round.

Dave
I also know a Welshman that speaks English perfectly well and will not respond to English.

Some of them are like that. A pat on the head and a biscuit might bring them round.

When I used to work as a security steward at outdoor events like the races and stuff, I worked at the Brecon Jazz Festival. We used to work the night shift and used to go for a few jars before starting. Here are a couple of gems we heard:
'Is this coat your jacket?'
'Are you reading that paper you're sat on?'
Ah Wales, where men are men and sheep are nervous!

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When I used to work as a security steward at outdoor events like the races and stuff, I worked at ... your jacket?' 'Are you reading that paper you're sat on?' Ah Wales, where men are men and sheep are nervous!

I enjoyed the post despite being N Walian and having at least one pair of wellies that are always at the ready in the car!
I once knew a cat that spoke Welsh, and wouldn't respond to English. Owain.

Comment from 'The colonies'.
Sensible cat!
Did it also sing?