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Old 09-10-2015, 02:00 PM   #29
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Jeet yet equals have you eaten yet! It seems to be hard to teach some folks how to talk
Not yet, Jew equals not yet did you! It seems to be hard to teach some folks how to talk
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While we are picking on how Southerners butcher English, what about the Darn Yankees up in New England? They have a penchant for dropping Rs where there are Rs and adding Rs to the end of words that do not Rs on the end.


Then we have the English who chide us for ruining English yet they butcher it even worse than we do, often swapping Rs like the New Englanders and dropping entire syllables. For example, necessary comes out necess'ry. We are almost as bad for dropping syllables, such as veteran (which often is pronounced ve'tren), temperature (temper'ture), etc.
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While we are picking on how Southerners butcher English, what about the Darn Yankees up in New England?
Pock the caw in the gauge, would ya'?

I've been told I have a Michigan accent... I don't know what Michigan 'sounds like'...
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