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Author Topic: Do you talk 'funny' in NH?  (Read 7289 times)


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Re:Do you talk 'funny' in NH?
« Reply #15 on: July 14, 2004, 02:20:08 am »

Ahm frum Texsuz, but thankfoly ah have un entaruly nootral aksent.  Ah fit right in most anywhar.  

Yes Maam, I'll have uh tall glass of ahss tay with my dinner, pleez.
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Re:Do you talk 'funny' in NH?
« Reply #16 on: July 14, 2004, 02:07:12 pm »

I'm from Alaska and I don't think we have a reg. accent here. We have so many from so many other places we sort of pick things up


ya'll. lol Only one I can think of right now. I've been told that I sound either texan or east coast sounding. Which is funnier than anything since I'm not FROM Texas and have never been to the east coast ever. Isn't it great that people from everywhere else came to my state so I would sound like y'all?  ;)


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Re:Do you talk 'funny' in NH?
« Reply #17 on: September 18, 2004, 10:16:07 pm »

So I asked her how to spell it.  "E-w-i-n-g, I guess you'd say Ewww-ing".  Okay, geez, I don't think I ever heard a single word where I couldn't even guess what she was talking about.  Here in Minnesota - that's how you'd pronounce Ewing. Ew-ing (like Ew, that's gross!)

Hmm, I guess you're too young to have watched "Dallas" then? :)

Age spread - now, THERE's a whole other topic!
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