>I have OCD
Who'd have thunk it?
>sometimes when you start something young, you can't see that the habit you've developed is unhealthy and unhelpful as you get older
Oof, he has an actual point. Still, he was told that several times and he just ignored it. It's kind of indicative that he says all this only after getting attention from mainstream media, isn't it? Almost as if he wanted attention, like a troll...?
>I only want to stop being harassed on my social medias
If he legit wasn't trolling, he should've listened to the native Scots-speakers who told him that his broken English on the Scots Wikipedia wasn't Scots. If he legit wanted to do a good thing for Scots, well, he should've invested his OCD into learning Scots. Like, if his OCD is so powerful that it compels him to spend years pretending to speak Scots, it should be powerful enough to compel him to actually learn to speak it.
Personally I'm still not convinced that he's not a troll, especially knowing he didn't mention Scots anywhere else... I'd like to hear him explain that.
>At least here no one bothers with differentiating the sounds between the two.
But you wouldn't think "this guy is a far-right fedora tipper" or "this guy is looking for all-night anal penetration without a condom" or any other implication?
Interesting, do you know which dialects? Is it a Paraguayan thing? Because on the Wikipedia talk page for Spanish orthography, someone cites a thing saying explicitly that no dialect distinguishes between them, but on the talk page for Spanish phonology someone says Paraguayan Spanish does.
>Have you ever been over there?
No, and I'm not sure why I would. With time I learn more and more that it's apparently exactly the same as Finland, we've copied every single thing from Sweden. All they have is slightly cooler nature, but there's much cooler nature in Norway and Russia so why pick Sweden? Not that I'd ever realistically go to Norway or Russia or anywhere else either since I'm poor and agoraphobic, but... well, I'd rather go to Altai or Tuva or something if I could.
Also, while I try to not be like "muh history", it's pretty hard to ignore the fact that Sweden colonised us for centuries; Russia did too, but I can't even think of Russia as one country since it's so massive and has non-Russian regions (for now) and those are more interesting anyway.
>I spent like a month once there.
Was it a hellhole or a paradise? I've heard both extremes but never anything in between, even from Swedes...