Mornin' Walter. Fit like?
Och, chavving awa Bertie. Fit aboot yersel'?
Fair wabbit the day.
So fit hiv ye bin up tae Bertie?
Dinna clipe tae Gail, bit fan she wis oot on her bicycle yisterday ah gid oot an chased aifter a tod, and that wis me richt puggled.
Bertie, yer a gey ill-trickit dug! Onyway, guid tae hiv a wee blether. I'm awa tae ma hame the noo.
Doric (NE Scots dialect) to English Translation
Good morning Walter, how are you today? Oh, getting along just fine Bertie, and you? I'm feeling a bit under the weather. So what have you been up to Bertie? Don't tell tales to Gail, but when she was out on her bicycle yesterday, I sneaked out and chased a fox, and as a result I'm quite exhausted. Bertie, you're a very mischievous dog. Anyway, good to have a quick chat. I'm going home now.
Gail says: Please note that Bertie's tale about chasing a fox was pure fantasy, invented to impress his Labrador friend. Typical male behaviour in any language, one might say...