That's a Southern accent you've got there. You may love it, you may hate it, you may swear you don't have it, but whatever the case, we can hear it.
I remember my first experience with "regional" accents was the year you showed up in Dallas for the annual Six Flags trip and was suddenly pronouncing SCHOOL "SCULL." It tripped me out. It was the year everything for me was "wicked." Remember?Well, this d**ned thing won't take my username and password again...It seems to be arbitrary...oh, well, no biggie...this is CUZ J (as if you didn't know!)
Wow, I did that? Wicked..... Fortunately, I'm back to SKOOL now, which is as it should be.I guess the most memorable trip, being the country gal that I was, was when you introduced me to Icees. Yum.....I think of you every time I break down and buy an Icee.Well, that's pathetic, I barely remember Six Flags but Icee's...woot!
It said I don't have an accent, but it did say I could be from Dallas...ya think???? J
I think.....we are just incredibly wonderful at taking quizzes. Now, if I could just find that spices one you were talking about. That sounds like a rip-snorting good time!
Aaaaargh! Is that accent enough fer ye?
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