Your feature (October 3) on Glasgow patter was pure 'gallus.'
It made a great read, and I really enjoyed the top 10 list, but I wonder how many of your younger readers would have understood half the words.
'Wallies' and 'windae hingin' are not the kind of phrases you come across these days in twitter land or text speak.
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On the buses
The picture of Waterloo Street bus station on Monday's Memories page took me back to the old Killermont bus station, which opened in 1934 - 79 years ago.
Please do continue the Memories section, it takes me back to my boyhood.
William McLuckie, Old Drumchapel
Well done to Glasgow Housing Association for planning to build 116 new homes in Scotstoun.
This is exactly what the area, and the city, needs.
New homes will attract families and more people spending money in the city.
Glasgow will only flourish if it keeps its people.
J Matheson, Posted online
I am glad to see the health board computer system has finally limped back into action. However, I do feel sorry of all those poor patients who have had ops cancelled or long-awaited clinic appointments put back.
It just goes to show how everything goes to pot when computers go on the blink.
M McGarr, Lanarkshire
I CAN'T approve of top cop Sir Steve House's plan to close city police stations. This never happened during the Great Depression, so why is it happening now?
Perhaps if Mr House got rid of some of the highly paid officers on his staff, all walking about in fancy uniforms and doing nothing to fight crime, we could keep these offices open.
Thomas Donnelly, Glasgow