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(Some cunning linguist)   Ever wonder which part of the country says "car-ml" and which says "carr-a-mell?"   (hcs.harvard.edu) divider line 157
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2003-03-05 07:15:36 PM
Ow...and then there are the "Brokaw" people who say "Ls" with the back of their throat. What is that?
2003-03-05 09:24:08 PM

That drives me nuts, and I don't know why!!! One of those mastercard commercials had one of the "smothered L" guys.

One pair of tickets: three hundred dohyars.
Finding the yove of your hyife, pricehyis.
2003-03-05 09:47:02 PM
103. What do you call the thing from which you might drink water in a school?

a. bubbler (3.84%)

Sure there is Milwaukee... But BOSTON??? Whodathunk...
2003-03-05 10:41:39 PM
people who say "kyu-pon" piss me off.
2003-03-06 05:12:26 AM
I would have enjoyed a more thorough statistical breakdown taking an average distribution of answers and shading to indicate how each area deviated from the average. (It's too late to properly phrase that.)
2003-03-06 05:06:47 PM
2003-03-06 06:15:40 PM
Icono: I agree completely. Gotta love that red splotch in eastern Wisconsin. I had a girlfriend from southwestern Wisconsin who never forgave me for not saying "water fountain". I have a hat that says "Bubbler" which I wear when I want to irritate all my Minnesotan friends.

Mistervague: I grew up in eastern Wisconsin, and now live in Minneapolis, and will confirm that in both places I "whip shiatties".
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