Scientists have proved that Welsh dogs bark with a Welsh accent.
Dogs in the Welsh valleys add an ‘Uh’ sound to every bark while their counterparts up north sound as if they’re coughing up flob.
Scientist Billy TwoPorches told WalesOnCraic:
“Our scientific study took one dog – one from Troed-y-Rhiw in Merthyr, and another from Caernarfon. We put them both in a house and got a postman to come round and deliver some letters. As soon as the postman was within earshot of the house, the dog from Merthyr started barking with a definite ‘Uh’ sound after each bark. He’d say ‘Woofa’. Meanwhile, the dog from Caernarfon barked with a very distinct ‘back of the throat’ sound. Thus we concluded that Welsh dogs bark with a Welsh accent.”
Critics of the study have pointed out that the study proved naff all.
“What the hell was that all about? This is just a very poor excuse for a news story to get likes on Facebook. Shame on you – you don’t deserve any.”