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#42 - You can see my confusion though, right?  [+] (1 reply) 07/13/2016 on Ikea 0
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#43 - spacekraken (07/13/2016) [-]
Ye
#38 - Pennsylvania. It's just how I have heard it, at least.  [+] (2 replies) 07/13/2016 on Owl's Puff Ball +1
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#39 - fistings (07/13/2016) [-]
hmm. I was raised in Colorado, so I guess it could be a little different. I find it interesting that even in a country like the US, there are different dialects.
#40 - tomatoesauce (07/13/2016) [-]
I've had a clusterfuck of dialect.
My grandma talked with the old people dialect that I only find old people to have. My granddad was a trucker, who picked up his dialect from the 48 main states, along with his main home in montana. My father spoke like a normal northern perso, and, becasue I lived in a city, with a lot of ghetto, that became ingrained into my speech. I then moved to pennsyltucky, where the Amish and farmers roam free, infecting my speech even further.
#36 - That is literally how everyone I have met pronounces owl anyway.  [+] (4 replies) 07/13/2016 on Owl's Puff Ball +1
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#37 - fistings (07/13/2016) [-]
really? like ow-uhl? I mean, I've heard it before, I guess I always pronounce it phonetically, maybe it's a dialect thing?
#38 - tomatoesauce (07/13/2016) [-]
Pennsylvania. It's just how I have heard it, at least.
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#39 - fistings (07/13/2016) [-]
hmm. I was raised in Colorado, so I guess it could be a little different. I find it interesting that even in a country like the US, there are different dialects.
#40 - tomatoesauce (07/13/2016) [-]
I've had a clusterfuck of dialect.
My grandma talked with the old people dialect that I only find old people to have. My granddad was a trucker, who picked up his dialect from the 48 main states, along with his main home in montana. My father spoke like a normal northern perso, and, becasue I lived in a city, with a lot of ghetto, that became ingrained into my speech. I then moved to pennsyltucky, where the Amish and farmers roam free, infecting my speech even further.
#16 - Is that Arin Hanson?  [+] (3 replies) 07/12/2016 on Ikea -2
#27 - spacekraken (07/13/2016) [-]
It's the dood on the right.
#42 - tomatoesauce (07/13/2016) [-]
You can see my confusion though, right?
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#43 - spacekraken (07/13/2016) [-]
Ye