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To be more precise with a couple of the phrases:
“Auld lang Syne” really means “For old times sake”
I got a little too technical with that one in this video.
And after filming this I suddenly remembered that I am aware of what “wheesht” means. It’s often used on it’s own to tell someone to shush.
Basically I’m a terrible Scotsman and dreadful at explaining thins. Forgive me?

I hope you guys enjoyed the video.
Much love to all.
M xx

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