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Re: 21st World Wide SketchCrawl

Posted by Don Binkley on December 3, 2008, 8:27 pm, in reply to "Re: 21st World Wide SketchCrawl "

Hola D, actually if toothless, then the word might be typed out to sound like "hithelf" as a moron or toothless hillbilly might not be able to form an "ess" sound. So Jane, perhaps "Santa hit the elf" for screwing things up.

Also I note that you can save stress on your right middle finger as you just hit the (s) key twice and don't have to stretch the middle finger to reach (m) on the bottom row of the keyboard.

Other words found in southern vernacular dialact might be: "ax" as in "She ax me to git you!" and the insertion of "r" between the (a) and (s) in many words: warsh yer hands before yew eat. Then we have all the double negatives in speech and used frequently in country and pop music lyrics. My folks (folks also very southern and used by Obama/Bush so folks will forget they went to Harvard/Yale) were guilty of the warsh pronunciation and you wouldn't refer to them as uneducated.

In New England states the verb draw is pronunced "drawer" as in: I will drawer a picture for you. Draw becomes a noun understood to be found in furniture as in: A chest of draws and not a tattooed chest of a human? Since New England is closer to Canada than Mississippi, perhaps Rennie meant drawers as an art-verb?


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