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_GeorgePreddy_II #21 Posted Apr 13 2022 - 16:04

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View Postbake3020, on Apr 13 2022 - 05:03, said:

Glad their gone.

 

View PostJer1413, on Apr 13 2022 - 11:42, said:

 

"they're"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Kefic #22 Posted Apr 13 2022 - 22:35

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View Post_GeorgePreddy_II, on Apr 13 2022 - 07:04, said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plane is also a wood working tool, as well as the verb describing its use.  Shore can also be a brace or to brace something.



The_Happiest_Husky #23 Posted Apr 13 2022 - 22:45

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View Post_GeorgePreddy_II, on Apr 13 2022 - 07:04, said:

 

 

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Wait people pronounce shore and sure the same?
I've always said 'shor' for shore and 'sher' for sure



dunniteowl #24 Posted Apr 14 2022 - 02:02

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View PostThe_Happiest_Husky, on Apr 13 2022 - 15:45, said:

Wait people pronounce shore and sure the same?
I've always said 'shor' for shore and 'sher' for sure

 

Y'ever been to thuh South, mah friend?  We say, "Shore do, shore can and shore will."  Well, at least my daddy done 'afore me.  I grew up in California (born and raised), but my daddy was from Arkansas and lemme tell ya, they shore do, shore can and shore will say it like that.

 

Then again, they say Ahl for oil, so what can you do?

 

Life can be strange.  Can't tell you how many times my friends kept asking me, "How come you say, 'Y'all' all the time?"  At least I never said, "Warsh," for wash and both my parents did that as well as my next oldest brother.  And my mom was from California, too, so it's not a dialect thang.

 

 

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The_Happiest_Husky #25 Posted Apr 14 2022 - 02:06

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View Postdunniteowl, on Apr 13 2022 - 17:02, said:

 

Y'ever been to thuh South, mah friend?  We say, "Shore do, shore can and shore will."  Well, at least my daddy done 'afore me.  I grew up in California (born and raised), but my daddy was from Arkansas and lemme tell ya, they shore do, shore can and shore will say it like that.

 

Then again, they say Ahl for oil, so what can you do?

 

Life can be strange.  Can't tell you how many times my friends kept asking me, "How come you say, 'Y'all' all the time?"  At least I never said, "Warsh," for wash and both my parents did that as well as my next oldest brother.  And my mom was from California, too, so it's not a dialect thang.

 

 

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Eyo I grew up in Cali too
My mom's grew up on a farm out in Hemet, cali, so I got y'all and a lot of other words like that in my vocabulary
Accent is a lot more harsh than southern accent, tho. More hard 'r's, gutteral stops, and straight up removing syllables from some words






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