Pied

“Stop!” is a demand, whereas “Don’t” is a plea. Am I right? Well I was told “Pied” meant “Stop” in welsh, but that it actually means “Don’t” and is a short version of “Peidiwch Γ’”. I cannot say who or where I use it, but that saying “Pied” seems to calm (pronounced like saying πŸ₯§ “Pie~d”, but probably spelt Peid, no wait the translation thingy just said that means toy). Therefore though, “Pied” is much better than “Stopio”, which I actually think is self explanatory.

Peidiwch Γ’ chynhyrfu!

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