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#37 Mrs Pantherfan

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 11:12 AM

ok fine! Sorry about the punching you in the face threat....my bad

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 11:24 AM

zoology

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 04:31 PM

Waste of 4 years.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 04:37 PM

zoology


rhymes with eulogy.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 05:42 PM

Salmon.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 06:40 PM

Ok, how about:

Flyswatter (flass-watt-or)
Window (winder or win-duh)
Water (wood-er or wadd-er)
Poem (po-eeem)
Gas (gace)
Country (cone-tree)


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Posted 08 January 2013 - 01:02 AM

rhymes with eulogy.


More like the first syllable is pronounced like the nickname of a former Charlotte Hornets center from Georgetown. First round pick in 1992.
Zo- ology.

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 01:07 AM

Ok, how about:

Flyswatter (flass-watt-or)
Window (winder or win-duh)
Water (wood-er or wadd-er)
Poem (po-eeem)
Gas (gace)
Country (cone-tree)


Oh man, thats real country talk, like what im used to hearing

Any athletic shoes - tennyshoes
Spigot - spicket
Chimney - chimalee
DVD- tape
CD - tape
Walmart - walmarts
Laundry detergent - washin' powders
Interesting - inner resting
Embarrassed - embearsed


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Posted 08 January 2013 - 09:32 AM

Oh man, thats real country talk, like what im used to hearing

Any athletic shoes - tennyshoes
Spigot - spicket
Chimney - chimalee
DVD- tape
CD - tape
Walmart - walmarts
Laundry detergent - washin' powders
Interesting - inner resting
Embarrassed - embearsed


LOL, those are some good ones too, for tennyshoes in particular, when I worked at Lowes "chimalee" drove me nuts.

One I forgot is:
"Toboggan": head gear for cold weather, anyone I ever met from anywhere looks at me like I have a dick growing out of my face when I called a beanie or skullcap a toboggan.

Everyone where I lived always called roads "the" for instance: "if ya go down the gray road" or "I saw him on the Barr road"

My wife gets irritated with "the" and the way we say "cut on the lights" and she really gets annoye when chicken and pastries and not called chicken and dumplings.

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 09:35 AM

More like the first syllable is pronounced like the nickname of a former Charlotte Hornets center from Georgetown. First round pick in 1992.
Zo- ology.


I was joking, lol

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 09:39 AM

LOL, those are some good ones too, for tennyshoes in particular, when I worked at Lowes "chimalee" drove me nuts.

One I forgot is:
"Toboggan": head gear for cold weather, anyone I ever met from anywhere looks at me like I have a dick growing out of my face when I called a beanie or skullcap a toboggan.

Everyone where I lived always called roads "the" for instance: "if ya go down the gray road" or "I saw him on the Barr road"

My wife gets irritated with "the" and the way we say "cut on the lights" and she really gets annoye when chicken and pastries and not called chicken and dumplings.


Guy in my office is from Canada and when I call a hat a toboggan he goes nuts too. (its a sled)

Etc - ekcetera

Supposedly - supposably

miles an hour - mile an hour ("he was comin' round the corner doin' a hunnerd mile an hour")

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 09:59 AM

Ok, how about:

Flyswatter (flass-watt-or)
Window (winder or win-duh)
Water (wood-er or wadd-er)
Poem (po-eeem)
Gas (gace)
Country (cone-tree)

Oh man, thats real country talk, like what im used to hearing

Any athletic shoes - tennyshoes
Spigot - spicket
Chimney - chimalee
DVD- tape
CD - tape
Walmart - walmarts
Laundry detergent - washin' powders
Interesting - inner resting
Embarrassed - embearsed

LOL, those are some good ones too, for tennyshoes in particular, when I worked at Lowes "chimalee" drove me nuts.

One I forgot is:
"Toboggan": head gear for cold weather, anyone I ever met from anywhere looks at me like I have a dick growing out of my face when I called a beanie or skullcap a toboggan.

Everyone where I lived always called roads "the" for instance: "if ya go down the gray road" or "I saw him on the Barr road"

My wife gets irritated with "the" and the way we say "cut on the lights" and she really gets annoye when chicken and pastries and not called chicken and dumplings.


wtf?? Chicken and pastries? where are ya'll from?

I say toboggan too though