It was fun reading your comments on the previous post with this title, and before I drop the subject want to share just a little more with you.
Aw rerry are ower rerr!
A family at a service station looking around for the cutlery etc. This was a father speaking to his daughter.
Oh, there they are over there!
I laughed (affectionately) for days....
The writer Jackie Kay said she knew she was home in Glasgow when the taxi driver asked her
Are you wearin' tha' ha' for a be' hen?
Are you wearing that hat for a bet, dear/love/chuck/whatever endearment applies depending where in UK you live.
Most Glaswegians of course are 'bi-lingual' ie they speak English too, so don't hesitate to visit if you get the chance! There are books (you can read quite a bit of this one online) and mugs and tea-towels and t shirts based on The Patter as it is known.
I know that Liverpool and Newcastle, and famously London's east end, have their own patter and wonder Do cities in your country have such distinct dialects?
I do love Glasgow!