having an magnetic resonance imaging scan can be anxiety-generating. the latest mri scanners in aberdeen can now address their patients in the local dialect of doric. £1.2 million pounds well spent.  

reported in: Irish Independent by Dan Barker on 28th January 2022

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a magnetic resonance imaging brain scanner in Aberdeen has been refurbished at a cost of 1 point 2 million pounds. the scanner can now address its patients in Doric, a dialect of North East Scotland.

i will not offend listeners in Scotland by attempting the accent, but instead of "the next scan will take five minutes", you can now hear: "the neist scan'll tak five minties". that's two hundred thousand pounds per word.