I recently watched a British documentary on TV. They occasionally added subtitles so dumb Canucks could understand the more outraaaaageous accents.
Would a similar film from heavily accented parts of North America (Deep South, Boston, Newfoundland) get subtitles in the UK?
Also, I had no idea people still used "bairns" in everyday conversation.
I enjoyed the film, was impressed with celebrity chef dude's palpable rage about the problems, and perseverance while tilting at windmills. Did this documentary shame the government into taking action?
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