Although, about two times a week someone will tell me I have a drawl to my voice. I've lived in Western Washington all my life so I have no idea how I sound southern like my boss from georgia, but according to like 27 people now I do. I don't get it.
I've been all over this place, and Lemme tell you some of my favorites:
Doiyod. If you're from Rhode Island you know what this is. at a Jeep Jamboree the guide told us all to keep it "In the doiyod". Massachussetts people may know this one too. (Door Yard - The yard just outside of the door.."Keep it in the Doiyod" means don't go too far away)
One of my favorites from Pennsylvania: "I'm goin down to the mart for a hoagie, and some pop-n-at.. Yin's comin?" (Translation: I'm going to the convenience store for a sandwich, soda and what-not. You wanna go?)
Massachussetts people still have the funniest shit.. Like "fuh-eveh"' (It took this jamoak fuh eveh to go through the line)