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Old 08-23-2009, 08:48 PM   #21
 
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LMAOOOO!!! No it's chirn. You know, like. "do you know where your chirn at?"

Oh, and how I wish I could have gotten a tan this summer , so wouldn't be so lightskinneded. Grrr!
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Old 08-23-2009, 08:50 PM   #22
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Birfday, mouf, teef. I am not from the South but I've struggled with those since I was little but I am better now, lol.

"It's mah burfday and I can do what I wants!"
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LMAOOOO!!! No it's chirn. You know, like. "do you know where your chirn at?"

Oh, and how I wish I could have gotten a tan this summer , so wouldn't be so lightskinneded. Grrr!

bwahaha!! *death* I can't stand that one!


Chirn.... why people? why?
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deep-rooted in the Souf
OMG...YES!

How could I forget:
birfday
toof
teef
mouf

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I have heard British people pronounce these words like this.
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even tho i know its converse, i like saying conversate :-/

another one i use, even tho i know its wrong is nauseous. you "feel nauseated" you don't use "I feel nauseous". but "I feel nauseous" is like second nature :-/
I knew the above didn't seem right to me, but I wanted to fact check first:

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yea, something can make u feel nauseous, but 'i feel nauseous' is not correct (according to my doc).
nauseous Show phonetics
adjective
1 feeling as if you might vomit:
Roller coasters make me feel nauseous.

2 FORMAL making you feel as if you might vomit:
the nauseous smell of rotting flesh
HUMOROUS The bride's mother was wearing a nauseous (= extremely unattractive) combination of green and yellow
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My peeves are...

ax....ask
kitney.....kidney
urnge....orange
fitty....fifty

There are dozens that bug the **** out of me!!!
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aten... We had aten at school already

I'm not sure how to go about spelling on that...take eaten and replace eat with ate in pronunciation.
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aten... We had aten at school already

I'm not sure how to go about spelling on that...take eaten and replace eat with ate in pronunciation.


Girl, Stop! LMAOO!! Where are you "at" anyway that people are talking like this? It's killing me. I might break a teefus just from laffin'!
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"I seen" is never correct. NEVER! Please.Stop.Using.it.

It's either "I've seen" or "I saw".
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aten... We had aten at school already

I'm not sure how to go about spelling on that...take eaten and replace eat with ate in pronunciation.


Girl, Stop! LMAOO!! Where are you "at" anyway that people are talking like this? It's killing me. I might break a teefus just from laffin'!
Good ole metro Detroit It's a smoking hot pile of improper English. From da daddy n mama n nem right down to da beybeys in kintergarden. Bravo, Detroit Public Schools, bravo!
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aten... We had aten at school already

I'm not sure how to go about spelling on that...take eaten and replace eat with ate in pronunciation.


Girl, Stop! LMAOO!! Where are you "at" anyway that people are talking like this? It's killing me. I might break a teefus just from laffin'!
Good ole metro Detroit It's a smoking hot pile of improper English. From da daddy n mama n nem right down to da beybeys in kintergarden. Bravo, Detroit Public Schools, bravo!

I can't take anymore. the next time I hear anyone saying anything like this, I'm gonna burst into laughs...LOL Especially if they say urnge (orange)
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The one thing that irks me is when people add extra r's to words that don't need them, and again, its a southern thing.

coach=coarch
music=mursic
computer=compurter
funeral=furneral

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My peeves are...

ax....ask
kitney.....kidney
urnge....orange
fitty....fifty

There are dozens that bug the **** out of me!!!


Are you serious? Urnge? I don't know where you are, but over here it's pronounced, onche. LMAO
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My peeves are...

ax....ask
kitney.....kidney
urnge....orange
fitty....fifty

There are dozens that bug the **** out of me!!!


Are you serious? Urnge? I don't know where you are, but over here it's pronounced, onche. LMAO
I hear urnge all the time were I live (Texas). The rest of my family pronounces it that way too and they're from Louisiana so Im guessing thats a southern thing too.
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The one thing that irks me is when people add extra r's to words that don't need them, and again, its a southern thing.

coach=coarch
music=mursic
computer=compurter
funeral=furneral



LMAOOOOOO!!!!!

I once dated a guy a guy from North Cackalacky who said those words!
Don't forget strimps=shrimp
skreet=street
po=poor=skinny

LMAO!
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Cousint instead of cousin
Libary istead of library
Brung instead of brought

When people use is instead of are. Like: Is you coming to the party? Where is you at?
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"hambag" instead of handbag
"LOL" when used in actual conversation, not online.
"shat" (excuse the language) as in the past tense of something giving you the ****s...it 'shat' you.
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Funner, stupider, stanks, and brang will never be right. I don't care.
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The one thing that irks me is when people add extra r's to words that don't need them, and again, its a southern thing.

coach=coarch
music=mursic
computer=compurter
funeral=furneral

Words with the 'ah' sound in the middle trip up my brain. I'm from Rhode Island but I live in Georgia and I've learned to pronounce the r at the ends of words. My brain automatically tries to say an r and it trips me up because I'll say an r in the middle of a word that doesn't need one.
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I think most of the things already listed are examples of regional accents. Like how my mother (who is from Ohio) says, "worsh" instead of "wash."

I was watching Tiny and Toya the other day and I could have sworn Toya said something about how much she liked the "clotheses" in the girls' clothing store. But maybe I misheard. lol
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