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Anonymous

Sharon Springs, NY

#42 Jan 24, 2014
FTW Yall wrote:
<quoted text>Not upstate just Albany.
No- in the rural area where I live (just outside the Montgomery county line in Sharon springs) there are many long islanders, some retirees, some families with kids, others are college students going to nearby SUNY Coby.

“Passionate Globetrotter”

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#43 Jan 24, 2014
Native Californian...and I personally do not think Californian's have accents. However, I speak "Conservative," which is quite rare in my neck of the woods!
:-)

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

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Arcadia, LA.

#44 Jan 24, 2014
Cyan in CA wrote:
Native Californian...and I personally do not think Californian's have accents. However, I speak "Conservative," which is quite rare in my neck of the woods!
:-)
Not even a surfer accent?:)

“Passionate Globetrotter”

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#45 Jan 24, 2014
dragoon70056 wrote:
<quoted text>Not even a surfer accent?:)
OK, maybe a little....Cowabunga!:)

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Since: Dec 09

Buffalo

#46 Jan 24, 2014
No. Everyone els does.

“"Always Thinking"”

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Greensburg, IN

#47 Jan 24, 2014
Coming from the northern KY Cincinnati area and entering Eastern Kentucky State College, Richmond, Ky. people recognized I had no accent and knew where I was from.
They had many students from the northern states (New Jersey, New York)
and 'we' all knew where they where from too - just by their attitudes!
To be [one-of-the-boys] and get along with others in my dorm I knew I had
to be =more southern=. By the 2nd semester of my freshman year I had
adapted well, I was a Kentucky hillbilly dude!
After graduating when it was business I took the Cincy lingo but otherwise I kept the other close at hand depending on who I was talking to.
In teaching I was from Ohio but moving to Indiana I found they talked Ky.-
Tenn. style and being in business for myself that helped 'bunches' since I was a "Buy Here Pay Here" dealership, if you get my drift?
Can you tell I like telling 'my' stories?
Anonymous

Sharon Springs, NY

#48 Jan 24, 2014
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
Coming from the northern KY Cincinnati area and entering Eastern Kentucky State College, Richmond, Ky. people recognized I had no accent and knew where I was from.
They had many students from the northern states (New Jersey, New York)
and 'we' all knew where they where from too - just by their attitudes!
To be [one-of-the-boys] and get along with others in my dorm I knew I had
to be =more southern=. By the 2nd semester of my freshman year I had
adapted well, I was a Kentucky hillbilly dude!
After graduating when it was business I took the Cincy lingo but otherwise I kept the other close at hand depending on who I was talking to.
In teaching I was from Ohio but moving to Indiana I found they talked Ky.-
Tenn. style and being in business for myself that helped 'bunches' since I was a "Buy Here Pay Here" dealership, if you get my drift?
Can you tell I like telling 'my' stories?
Quite interesting. Please do tell more!
Anonymous

Sharon Springs, NY

#49 Jan 24, 2014
dragoon70056 wrote:
<quoted text>
Not even a surfer accent?:)
What does a surfer accent sound like?

“Blue Jean Baby..”

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LA Lady..

#50 Jan 24, 2014
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text>
What does a surfer accent sound like?
It sounds totally rad dude!

“Passionate Globetrotter”

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#51 Jan 24, 2014
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text>What does a surfer accent sound like?
Go to:

rippinh2o.com

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#52 Jan 24, 2014
I've been told by a man from Georgia that I talk more southern than he does...Others can't describe it...lol..
Anonymous

Sharon Springs, NY

#53 Jan 24, 2014
Lol a fat shack.

“Hi!”

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#54 Jan 24, 2014
Apparently, I have a Texas southern and French accent. What is this? I'm first generation English speaking born to two French parents. Sometimes I don't even understand myself! LOL!

“Im Your Friend”

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Always Will Be

#55 Jan 24, 2014
well being from KY I am a hillbilly..so I just might have one..LOL...
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#56 Jan 24, 2014
Princess Hey wrote:
well being from KY I am a hillbilly..so I just might have one..LOL...
Well, let's see: I think you have a Canadian accent with the word "Hey" in your name! Hey?---LOL!
Anonymous

Sharon Springs, NY

#57 Jan 25, 2014
Hey?

“"Always Thinking"”

Level 8

Since: Nov 12

Greensburg, IN

#58 Jan 25, 2014
My wife is a Kentuckian with an Australian mother, put those two together and see what you come up with*?*
Whatever it is you might as well set down and wait for it to happen, it's going to take a while for her get it out.
~~~ Slooooow Soouutherrnnnnnnn draw on top of an Aussie dialect.
Now go figure, our kids talk so damn fast I can't understand them, much less using a monotone.
This video takes 7:46 seconds, similar to how long Jo Anne would take,
I could have done it in 3 minutes top.
That's speaking in normal voice not 'redneck'.

“"Always Thinking"”

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Since: Nov 12

Greensburg, IN

#59 Jan 25, 2014
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text>
Quite interesting. Please do tell more!
Your wish is my demand!

“"Always Thinking"”

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Since: Nov 12

Greensburg, IN

#60 Jan 25, 2014
PS: Yes,'i' could have said command. Which offers the most authority?

“Poppies. Tower of London”

Since: Jun 06

Bradford, UK

#61 Jan 25, 2014
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
Coming from the northern KY Cincinnati area and entering Eastern Kentucky State College, Richmond, Ky. people recognized I had no accent and knew where I was from.
They had many students from the northern states (New Jersey, New York)
and 'we' all knew where they where from too - just by their attitudes!
To be [one-of-the-boys] and get along with others in my dorm I knew I had
to be =more southern=. By the 2nd semester of my freshman year I had
adapted well, I was a Kentucky hillbilly dude!
After graduating when it was business I took the Cincy lingo but otherwise I kept the other close at hand depending on who I was talking to.
In teaching I was from Ohio but moving to Indiana I found they talked Ky.-
Tenn. style and being in business for myself that helped 'bunches' since I was a "Buy Here Pay Here" dealership, if you get my drift?
Can you tell I like telling 'my' stories?
"and 'we' all knew where they where from too - just by their attitudes!"

LOL!

I agree, your stories are good to hear.

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