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Join Carol Ann Crawford, the dialect coach on the Outlander set, as she introduces you to the many accents of Scotland. Watch Outlander now on the STARZ app: http://starz.tv/WatchSTARZYT Subscribe now for more Outlander clips: http://bit.ly/1kalhP0 Like Outlander on Facebook:http://starz.tv/OutlanderFacebookYT Follow Outlander on Twitter: http://bit.ly/OutlanderTwitterYT Follow Outlander on Instagram: http://starz.tv/OutlanderInstagramYT Season 2 begins as Claire and Jamie arrive in France, hell-bent on infiltrating the Jacobite rebellion and stopping the battle of Culloden. Thrown into the lavish world of French society, where intrigue and parties are abundant, Jamie and Claire struggle to advance their political agenda. They must race to prevent a doomed Highland uprising, and the extinction of Scottish life. Outlander is internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television. Like STARZ on Facebook: http://starz.tv/STARZFacebookYT Follow STARZ on Twitter: http://starz.tv/STARZTwitterYT Follow STARZ on Instagram: http://starz.tv/STARZInstagramYT Outlander | The Many Scottish Accents | STARZ http://bit.ly/1mkHKgZ
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Porky (5 days ago)
Wow, for a video about voice and accent you could have done a better job to remove the delay between the sound and image hun...
David Fraser (8 days ago)
At last, somebody who knows we don't all have Glasgow accents.
David Pusnik (2 months ago)
Scottish accents sounds the same, i would not be suprised if all those accents are gaelic accents.
David Pusnik (2 months ago)
I am talking about origin of accents, not what kind of language people speak. Those accents are proof that mayority of scotland use to speak gaelic dialects.
MrVidification (2 months ago)
The outer hebrides accent is most likely to be a gaelic speaker
David Pusnik (2 months ago)
who do not trust you :) i think you reply the wrong post
Gav Stuart (2 months ago)
they don't trust me
thelonegroover (3 months ago)
Her take on regional accents and dialects is spot on, however she barely covered the north-east dialect , called "Doric" which is like a different language all on it's own. I was born and raised in Fraserburgh a fishing town in Aberdeenshire and our dialect is not really understood outside of the north-east. Here is an interview with an old fisherman turned writer, Peter Buchan, which illustrates just how different "Doric" is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFWjGEvLw3I
Shawn Knox (3 months ago)
What about the islands of Scotland? What are their accents like?
MariNate (3 months ago)
So no dumfries??
Mr. Eva (3 months ago)
I'm thinking that Inverness has the sexiest Scottish accent; any argument?
xamojjomax (5 months ago)
I really enjoyed this video.  I worked as a linguist in then West Germany back in the late 70s.  I as enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and stationed there. Worked with many enlisted members from the U.K.  Used to list to BFBS radio a lot.  The number of regional accents in the U.K. was mind-boggling and oh-so entertaining.  I love the study of language and linguistics.  Thanks again for this great video!
Ralph Vermolen (5 months ago)
All sounds the same to me. Guess you notice it more clearly when you live there and can actually tell the difference from experience.
The Angel. (6 months ago)
I could listen to a Scottish person talking all day.
Iona MacMillan (6 months ago)
She is really accurate, my dad comes from Ardisier which is near Inverness and she sounded perfect.
Gianmaria Framarin (7 months ago)
WEST COAST!!! That's Scottish through and through. Edinburgh is England. Musicless. Flat. Horrible.
MrVidification (2 months ago)
It would have been Edinburgh, Kingdom of Northumbria. Before England was even born. The last Emporer was Eric 'Bloodaxe', lol (wiki it). If you must state England, that'll be where one side of the SNP leader's parents descend from, as well as her surname's origin (her father and his family trace down to Tyne and Wear, Sunderland, possibly further) XD
Zaagross Hiyarwandi (7 months ago)
I love Scotland and all her accents! Love and respect from Iran.
James MacGregor (7 months ago)
I really agree with her assessment of the Scottish accents that bless the country. I'm from Aberdeen - and we do have quite a tight voice. It's not harsh or elongated like Glaswegians and it's not soft and inviting like Invernesians. Aberdeen and Dundee have the most sort of aggressive accents. When I say aggressive I really mean that the accents aren't harsh they are just spoken with a lot of... contempt. We're not very welcoming and our voices often reflect that.
David Silva (7 months ago)
I'm from Brazil and I love Scotland since I was a kid. I've been practicing the Scottish accent for 3 years. I must admit it's not easy to learn, but I like it anyway.
Mariana Ubertini (9 months ago)
omg this was fascinatinggg! s2 s2 I'm brazilian and I do not like reaching another channels to spread my videos but this is the only way that it could be seen outside of Brazil. I did a "challenge" video trying to speak Scottish Gaelic and a little bit of the Scottish accent and I would like a true scottish to watch it. I hope you like it and I’m sorry to bother :) here is the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiuMjCbByog
Darragh Gallacher (9 months ago)
oh yes just miss out dumfries and galloway and the borders
Dale Pringle (9 months ago)
We were on holiday in Scotland from our home in Canada last summer. We took a double-decker bus tour of Glasgow and I could not understand a word the tour guide said! It is a braw city, though, I must admit.
Alaine Agnew (9 months ago)
I could listen to her all day!
Dinah Pearl Madelo (9 months ago)
i smiled throughout the entire video. i loooove the accents <3
Lucía Ortega (10 months ago)
Wowww I love it
Pict Publishing (10 months ago)
I have a highland mixed central accent which is also classed as duce :)
ratna shakya (10 months ago)
Is she also responsible for the American accents, or did someone else the English actors portraying Americans?
FanreyaLysandra (10 months ago)
Hahahahahaaaaaaaaaa.... That's like we Austrian people and the German language... We speak German - but in our own way 😉😉
Barry Mackenzie (11 months ago)
My great great grandparents immigrated from Urray Ross and Cromarty to New Zealand in 1854, I do wonder what there accent was like. From what i have been told they spoke Gaelic, I have never heard Gaelic spoken.
Barry Mackenzie (9 months ago)
MrVidification thanks' I will check it out.
MrVidification (9 months ago)
Search for 'BBC Alba' on here, it's the gaelic tv channel shown in Scotland. My relatives can speak it, from what they hear of Irish they can more or less understand that too
TheVis (11 months ago)
Ruby Barker (1 year ago)
I love this 💕
In The Closet (1 year ago)
Does anyone know what type of Scottish accent does David Tennant have? (Yes, I know he's Scottish)
PaulMcGowanIsOurFriend (10 months ago)
David Tennant's accent is a bit of a weird one. It was originally kind of small-town central-belt sounding (somewhere in between edinburgh and glasgow, physically as well as accent wise). But it has softened up and become a lot more anglicised due to living and working in England for most of his adult life.
Tilly Stewart (1 year ago)
Any other northeastern Scots out there? Oh.... ok
Half-Blind (1 year ago)
First 30 didn't realize she was speaking English
Blake (1 year ago)
Great video. I like most Scottish accents, but the ones from the highlands and Hebrides are my favorites by a long shot.
norrie k (1 year ago)
as a scots Irish woman who loves my accent she rocks
norrie k (1 year ago)
does anyone know the piece of music that is at the start of the piece?
16-BitPixelDude (9 months ago)
It's Mrs. Fitz from the Outlander soundtrack, I think...
CampbellRocksAgain (1 year ago)
Jacqueline Fortune (1 year ago)
I'm Scottish and ma Canadian mate always says that if she had ma accent she wid talk tae herself aw day just tae hear it LOL
Joana Borges P (1 year ago)
Had the pleasure to meet this lovely lady, she is great
Catherine Scott (1 year ago)
They are all very good but having been born and bred in Aberdeen her Doric accent is a wee bit off, but still a very good impression for someone not from here!
RubyTigress (1 year ago)
I'm Scottish but unfortunately have none of these accents. Mine is not as thick and is more..."posh"? I've been told that it's "posh" and that I have a "funny accent" by a lot of people (who tf thinks 'you've got a funny accent' is a good thing to say in a conversation with someone you've never spoken to before?!) Idk. My family are sticklers for correct and full pronunciation and we don't use Scottish slang much either so I suppose it's just what I grew up with. I get kind of self conscious though because people do notice and point it out.
Where about in Scotland are you from?
W L8 (1 year ago)
I still can't place accents when hearing people speak 😂
Swaggs303 (1 year ago)
Very attractive
DixieBanjo (1 year ago)
I love the Hebrides and Highland accent. It just sounds right.
Sergio Dario García (1 year ago)
In love with Scotland and the Scots. Greetings from Spain.
Scotland’s Finest (1 year ago)
Spot on hen, Glaswegian here.
Elvis Chick (1 year ago)
anybody else worried about the candle on far right with the really big flame?
Chaise Latterly (1 year ago)
Peregrine Took!  Finally tracked down.  Where is Sean Connery from?
cjspartacus (1 year ago)
Oh, and Sean Connery is from Edinburgh but has worked hard son his softer, less region specific accent.
cjspartacus (1 year ago)
Billy Boyd is a weegie so he didn't go far with his performance on Pippin.
Isabella Halladay (1 year ago)
Oh woah! She's amazing!
dcanmore (1 year ago)
funnily enough Galloway is not mentioned here and that's where the lead actor, Sam Heughan, is from
LOTW White-Fang (11 months ago)
aye well Galloway's not a very large place and Sam heughans from new Galloway
ZeeZee Zputnik (1 year ago)
Can I swap my Scouse accent for a Scottish accent, please! haha
MrVidification (2 months ago)
Scouseland has the same Irish migrant and ship building history as Glasgow, they aren't that different. You can hear the irish influence (not just on rowdy weekends)
Pradeep Kaliannan (1 year ago)
Absolutely loved it! Gosh I miss Scotland so bad!!
White Trash (2 years ago)
Went up to Aberdeen once and got talking to a random lad in a store and i didn't understand a word lmao
Cameron Beattie (2 years ago)
Aberdeen one is really good
Ms.gshunw (2 years ago)
She has a cameo in Dragonfly in Amber. As soon as I heard her voice I remembered this video!
93RastafarianPikachu (2 years ago)
No borders accent?
cjspartacus (1 year ago)
Gan oot!
pietro minkya (2 years ago)
What part of scoland is this from......."Divell drop ya sproggy on the doggy mat"...or is that geordie???
MrVidification (5 months ago)
British origin, 'Divel', 'Sproggy' and 'Ya' might be more common in Australia or NZ, but could also be Northern English eg Yorkshire. Wherever you heard it might give you a clue (edit- didn't read last part, yes perhaps Geordie)
pietro minkya (2 years ago)
Im no sassanack.Im.Cameron o loch eel.Divell drop ya sproggy on the doggy matt.
Eilidh Smith (2 years ago)
I'm up the Inverness way! and I have a little bit of an accent. not a lot
Linn (2 years ago)
I'm SOOOO in love with these accents. I want to move from Norway to Scottland just so I can listen to this aaaalll day <3 Especially the Highlander accents, sooo beautiful <3
Adam Collins (1 year ago)
Secular Scot (1 year ago)
Scotland-Norway solidarity. Fuck England and Sweden!
Live Death Art (2 years ago)
Blimey! every accent sounds fantastic....
Roberta Savasta (2 years ago)
what do you think of jamie's accent? I find it fascinating, but others say it doesn't sound very scottish maybe because it is of another century, I am Italian so I don't have the knowledge to understand the differences, is there some fan from scotland that can express his/her opinion?
RangoTV (1 year ago)
He has a borders accent which is probably why some say he aint scottish enough
Hungryman1013 (2 years ago)
With me since i was born in Canada and my moms side is from Glasgow. i kinda got a mix of both and sometime i catch myself doing some weird hybrid. but when i drink.. well.. more scottish comes out :P
RossM (9 months ago)
Haha from a Scostman that only sounds natural Brother :)
Ghkjdf Hbjhffh (1 year ago)
you just said dumb instead of stupid that means you are americanized as well hahaha
Nicole (2 years ago)
It's the same here and I'm actually from Scotland! I live on the North East coast (15-20 minutes from the Dundee mentioned in the video - but we don't say eh ate a peh like she says, that's just dumb) and I generally have your typical 'red litchie' accent, but my dad's from Glasgow and with him all of my aunts/uncles/cousins on his side (plus two of my brothers and two of my sisters) so even I catch myself speaking in a different accent depending on who I'm with.
Bethany Creed (2 years ago)
Ahhhh I really like the Scottish Accent. It sounds so beautiful and all of the words just roll off people's tongues!! Thats why I am hoping to go to school in Glasgow allll the way from California!! (Obviously I have many more reasons than that, but the accent would be something very lovely to hear everyday ^_^)
fivelightsonahill (2 years ago)
Texas is like that too. Depending on north, south, east, west or middle of have all different southern accents. Love it. Yeee haaaaw ;)
Sean MacByarr (2 years ago)
Accents are good, presentation is common, kind of speech is awful. Thank you.
Sergei Tishin (2 years ago)
Pure deid quality, great tour of Scottish accents
Shteve K (2 years ago)
Oh my goddd I fucking LOVE THESE ACCENTS FUCKKKKKKKKKKKKKK Scottish people are blessed to live with these accents
KatieRouge (9 months ago)
RossM I guess everyone's accent is exotic to someone somewhere lol
RossM (9 months ago)
Haha am from Fife, Scotland and we dont really think of it lol, American accents to US are exotic so think of that heh :P
KatieRouge (9 months ago)
I would give away my first born to swap my west coast American accent for any of those Scottish ones.
Mel '-' (1 year ago)
Lauren Kyle a ken!
Mad Dog MacGregor (1 year ago)
Oh aye
Anna Frid (2 years ago)
Wow. Fascinating. She is brilliant.
Karlo Arriola (2 years ago)
I must say, among the English accents, I love Scottish the most... :-)
Darkavatar (2 years ago)
+Karlo Arriola A bit too obvious of a trolling... 2/10
sweiland75 (2 years ago)
+Karlo Arriola I hope you were being sarcastic.
Lt Dangle (2 years ago)
Ya the Highlands
Blind Fool (2 years ago)
This is the multiculturalism of whites all over GB and Europe.
Lily Bunaisky (2 years ago)
what's the music in the back? I LOVE it!
Samantha Stuart (2 years ago)
+Lily Bunaisky It's Mrs. Fitz from the Outlander soundtrack, I think...
Kellie Cat Vlogs (2 years ago)
I do love the Scottish accent so much!
Tom Edwards (2 years ago)
MsEllie20 (2 years ago)
I love this video :) I always refer to it each time I meet someone new from Scotland, and then I try make an educated guess as to which city they're from.
Macho TV (2 years ago)
AYE Love the scottish accents!!!
Rod Sprague (2 years ago)
I was watching The Story of English on PBS (sort of like a US version of the BBC if the right refused to fund it properly) with some friends (for context, I live in North Idaho, which is just below Canada and the farthest east you can get and still be in the west coast time zone. We have more in common with Seattle and Montana than Boise, Idaho's capital. I think of southern Idaho as Northern Utah. Lots a' Mormons). They had a Scotsman in a London regiment. He was talking in his home town accent and was clear as a bell and was easy on the ears, but he was subtitled. He apologized for his natural accent and went into his guttural regimental London accent. He sounded like Winston Churchill clearing his throat and was almost unintelligible, but the damned subtitles were gone. Guess that's what happens when ya have a show outa Boston, the BBC and them.
IshGotReal ishGotReal (2 years ago)
So magical, so poetic in a way that only history can express, the tales, oh my, Scotland, you are magestic and beautifull!
ggg whatev (3 years ago)
well isn't this just delightful!
PwnagePk62 (3 years ago)
So is Fife pretty much the same as the Dundee accent or closer to a working class Edinburgh accent?
Oh Salome! (2 years ago)
+Chips N' Curry Not quite, Fife is a broad but still quite neutral Scot's accent without as many inflections and thick accents as Edinburgh, Dundee or Glasgow, due to population migration, and therefore I find we are better understood. However Fifers are one of the quickest talking in Scotland which is why a lot of the call centers are in Fife. Depending on the age of the place in Fife, class and history can thicken the accent though. Me personally I've always lived in fife and I pass as Edinburgh because I seldom use colloquialisms and my accent is quite drawl like. But depends. the best way to hear a "typical" fife accent is to hear Ewan Mcgregor or Dougary Scott's accents compared to someone like robert carlyle or Robbie Coltrane.
PwnagePk62 (3 years ago)
+OfficialCraigWatson Aye I'm from Kirkcaldy and there is quite a mix in the different parts of the town. I'm somewhere in the middle I guess.
OfficialCraigWatson (3 years ago)
Fife is known for having quite a distinct dialect and vocabulary, which is why I found it a bit odd for it to have been skipped over. In Fife you'll find both heavy old Scots and affluent Scottish English extremes of the spectrum. I live in Dunfermline where the accent is largely similar to Edinburgh, whereas my mother was just from Cowdenbeath (the next town over) and her dialect was very thick Scots. Fife is one of the areas in Scotland where you'll find that entirely different words and phrases are used.
AppleAssassin (3 years ago)
+Andy Definitely closer to a Dundee than Edinburgh
WanBaw McGraw (3 years ago)
Dovahkiin (1 year ago)
WanBaw McGraw whoo...eh Dumfries.
Ctrl-Z (2 years ago)
+WanBaw McGraw Ooh, the banter :D
Pece17 (3 years ago)
I love Scotland! Greetings from Finland
RossM (9 months ago)
Love Finnish Culture and her People Greetings from Scotland :)
OysterHunter (2 years ago)
+Catriona Stevenson No, not a slagging match at all :) I love Scotland, great place.
Catriona Stevenson (2 years ago)
+OysterHunter oh debating I thought it was just a slagging match based on your racist, may I add, incorrect assumptions
OysterHunter (2 years ago)
+Catriona Stevenson Scotland is the only one who embarrasses itself. It's the laughing stock of the world, only North Korea supports independence ha ha. Well, Scottish people were never seen as the brightest, lol.
OysterHunter (2 years ago)
+Catriona Stevenson Easy way to get out of a debate ha ha 'He'?
Siobhan28483 (3 years ago)
This is brilliant. Wish there were more videos of her explaining the various accents of Scotland.
Noontide (3 years ago)
This is so fascinating. I'm from Edinburgh, grew up in "the scheme" and that revving engine description is spot on, whereas my buddy from a more well-to-do area has the more stilted and refined voice. I just love the way character can be expressed not only through the words you use but the delivery of those words.
birdie (1 month ago)
i love that too! reminds me of lord of the rings- how the accents of the characters reflected where they were from, what they did, their status, their species, etc. but man i wish i could do a scottish accent! i work on it haha but it’s terrible. it has improved a tiny bit since my many binge watchings of outlander....🤓
B Mac (2 months ago)
Posh edinburgh accents are like nails down a chalk board
Nerdroken (3 years ago)
I'm from around Glasgow and although I don't have a very strong Glaswegian accent I find it funny when I go to places like the highlands were they all sing and they look at me like my voice could cut steel.
awkwardingthroughlife (10 months ago)
Nerdroken Haha, I'm from the Highlands and it's the other way round for me where going to Glasgow sounds like everyone might fight you (And some probably would)
green Street elite (3 years ago)
Here that was pretty good I mean I'm from ross shire a County a bit north of inverness half an hour drive of the bridges and kinda motorway anyway in the town im im u get the well alness ross shire ones like like there r a couple of ross shire ones like u get the Dingwall ross shire then the Evanton ross shire one whitch my mum has and then u get the Invergordon one and the tain its like if u were to say someone had a London accent uno not everyone sounds the same but wat I find weird its a small county uno a working class county high crime in my area and everyone knows each other and stuff uno but everyone sorta sounds different cuz like people in my year who r from Evanton but parents r from alness would sound different to vice versa like I'm a teenager and Ive got a mild Ross shire cuz my mum from Evanton originally I hav lived in Alness from like 2002 to 2004 and came back to a different estate scheme next to it 2010 to present and I was born in 2000 but my dad got a flat English accent but I c him now and then so I haven't really picked up his dialect but mine is mild atm uno but wen im older if I stay in the alness area my ross shire accent will just be a generic ross shire accent cuz ive lived in Alness Evanton Invergordon inverness and skye the last two not ross shire but ross shire and inverneshire don't sound to much different I mean it's a bit different but uno
CatalyticCondor (2 years ago)
+green Street elite You're from Ross-Shire? Same xD I live in the shithole that is Dingwall.
green Street elite (3 years ago)
I was just saying it was pretty good but the thing is were I live nearly everyone sounds different
Janet O'Brien (3 years ago)
+green Street elite Whit! Was that one sentence? Really difficult to follow.
maliciouskitten21 (3 years ago)
This is absolutely fascinating! I'd love to go to Scotland and experience this first-hand (would probably get my American accent made fun of in the process though... Lol). My grandmother is from Glasgow and she sounds just like that (albeit a bit water-down after so many years in the States, but still clearly Scottish).
Eilidh Smith (2 years ago)
+maliciouskitten21 you're welcome x
maliciouskitten21 (2 years ago)
+Arty EMS Aww, thank you! ^_^
Eilidh Smith (2 years ago)
nah you wouldn't get you accent made fun of. I'm from Scotland and I know many people that love the American accent. including me!
placeNowhere (3 years ago)
How can I learn or study these differences in sound an dialect or origins of accents? I'm really interested in this and currently thinking about what to study
C (3 years ago)
+placeNowhere Linguistic courses in sociolinguistics and dialectology!
Ms.gshunw (3 years ago)
Oh my she is so lovely! I would love to sit in a small cafe somewhere in Scotland and have a cup of tea with her and just listen to her talk and tell stories!
Marie Rooney (2 years ago)
+gshunw Too right! She is flipping AWESOME. It's like listening to music as she goes through the various accents. I could listen to her all day....
Laredo Sports Extra (3 years ago)
America's Southern accents derive from Scotland.
MrVidification (2 months ago)
All language evolves, but wiki 'Scottish Americans' - the migrants moved largely to the southern states. Scotland's biggest influences and links with folk and gospel music, harley davidson, the telephone, aviation, hot dogs and fried chicken. but not all at once
Andre Bell (3 months ago)
Your talking out your arse. They sound nothing alike.
MacTrollie (3 years ago)
+Yuri Ivanov Some southern American accents derive from Scottish, Irish, northern English, and south western English accents. Its why they say car and not cAA like the people in the more populated areas of southern England. Why would the lack of Scots words be relevant? Most Scots don't even use Scots words, it's because in both in the US and in Britain language was standardised in schools.
Yuri Ivanov (3 years ago)
+Charlie Dimas I doubt it. They sound nothing like each other for one thing. Southerners also don't use Scots words like "bairn" (child), "nae" (not), "wae" (with), etc.
Damayanty Eberle (3 years ago)
This is freaking INCREDIBLE!
rangersunited (3 years ago)
and then you get the perth accent - we're just pure gadgie! :/
Highland-Ninja (3 years ago)
+rangersunited Perth ged
Jennifer Cooper (3 years ago)
+rangersunited Haha. I'm from Arbroath, however generally I'm very easy to understand. Although when I start shouting or go off on a rant, apparently I go really Scottish, and my colleague from down the Borders way, she had to tell me to slow down the other day as she couldn't understand me. Best compliment from a Scottish person ever...that I sound way too Scottish!! :)
Arianna De Bellis (3 years ago)
Love so much these accents! *-*
yakisueba (3 years ago)
I think it's really fascinating and amazing that such a small country has so much in dialect variation and also such a rich culture and history. I wish I could visit Scotland. 
Princess Morgan (11 months ago)
Princess Morgan (11 months ago)
yakisueba ano can u imagen how sound it would be if Scotland were to be the size of Russie
gmaccruyff55 (1 year ago)
The west coast is from Ireland only.
Yaoilover101 H (1 year ago)
Of course we have many dialects and accents in nyc, there are over 800 languages spoken here!!
Lumoo (1 year ago)
I'm from Scotland amazing place
Ryan Westwood (3 years ago)
How flippin cool Tom - Thanks for turning me onto this
Linda Honskusová (3 years ago)
Thats just fucking brilliant!
nemosangel (3 years ago)
Very interesting! I wish i lived there and master all of the accents :P 
Qandisha (3 years ago)
This is the most interesting and impressive Outlander video I've seen yet! 
Lisa Colorado (3 years ago)
She's great at explaining this! I have this song on ITunes called The Baron o'Leys, that I couldn't understand at first even though it's in English, because of the dialect. Little pieces of it come to me every time I hear it.
Rajamitaj (3 years ago)
I've lived all my life in Dundee, I love a good peh
Matthew Clark (3 months ago)
So have I 😊
LOTW White-Fang (11 months ago)
I live in Morvern but my family's lived there for hundreds of years

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