Go home, restaurant, you're drunk
Really ? Full means drunk too ?!
Yes. But it doesn't mean 'full' as in 'I've eaten enough, thank you' – that is mätt.
Especially in Lowland Scots. They have at least fifty words to describe two things: rain and being drunk.
At least it's not as bad as mål and val.
How do you hear the difference between an ugly restaurant and a full one?
Ful (ugly) has a long vowel. Full (full/drunk) has a short vowel.
If you're one full, the other's not far behind.
Think of it like the difference between full and fool in English. It's similar.
It marked "the restaurant's full" as wrong
The contractions are supposed to be created automatically by the machinery, but sometimes that doesn't work perfectly.
I'm not a native english speaker, but i was thaught that 's is not an accepted contraction for "is", as it causes confusion with the possessive.
That's ok, I use it all the time, and I am a native English speaker.