Speak for yourself whippersnapper.
That's cheeky whippersnapper.
Where is "sibh" pronounced "shoe" and where is it "sheave"? I am guessing it's a Uibhist/Steòrnabhagh thing.
It seems odd to use the polite form when saying something so rude. They may as well go all the way amd use "thu".
They could be talking to more than one person...
Might just be a bunch of teenagers trying to get on a mcDonald's playground
Good point. Or if you are talking to someone younger, like maybe a teen wanting to trick or treat..you are too old (for that).
This pronunciation of sibh caught me out. It's usually "shiv" but this was "shoo". Is that a regional variation?
In another thread it was explained that the "shoo" pronunciation was common in Lewis and the North of Scotland.