In a classic case of the effects of language stigmatisation, a Lululemon-sporting metropolitan feels “patronised” by (any?) public use of Scots.

Lori Anderson: Couthy use of ‘Scots’ is patronisingThe bright red signs may not have stopped the traffic, but they stopped me in my tracks and left me slack jawed and a little bit ragey. The sign that caused so much ire read: “Keep the heid our wee showroom is still open.” Et tu Lululemon?

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