A Newfoundland Language Lesson

Submitted by: oobaka 3 years ago in Funny

How to speak like a Newfoundlander
There are 13 comments:
Female 6,381
Lard t`underin` Jasus, bye, that`s some odd talk.
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Female 4,359
subtitles? where are they?
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Male 1,292
@drawman61
newfoundland is the most irish place in canada

@Draculya
more like a fiddle

@Crabes
come on up b`y, experience it for yourself, George Street has the most bars and pubs per square foot of any street in North America
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Male 508
How do you hide something from a Newfie? Put it under his work boots.
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Male 7,775
If that is how they speak then the influence is definitely Irish. The twang is unmistakeable.
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Female 2,228
I keep listening for the Canada in there but all I get instead is coked up Scots XD

Either my radar is way off or I just identified a forgotten immigrant group, which wouldn`t be odd for a region that acts very much like our own East coast, first port of call for the Melting Pot.
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Male 14,827
Inbreeding is a powerful thing. I bet he`s great with a banjo.
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Female 511
All Newfies are from another planet.
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Male 568
He`s kind of forcing it right? Or do they all sound challenged?
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Male 1,421
I`ve wanted to visit Newfoundland after i heard how you`re suppose to pronounce it.. It sound like "NewFinland" :)
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Male 1,281
That`s a first...saying newfies don`t know how to drink beer. There`s one street in the capital city that has nothing other than bars.
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Male 1,284
they don`t know how to drink beer
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Male 1,281
Link: A Newfoundland Language Lesson [Rate Link] - How to speak like a Newfoundlander
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