How to Speak Hillbilly (Appalachian English Dialect)
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06-11-2016, 10:12 PM
RE: How to Speak Hillbilly (Appalachian English Dialect)
(22-12-2013 08:14 PM)Cephalotus Wrote:  Am I just overlooking it, or did you forget "ya'll" and "all ya'll?"

I usually use "allaya'all"

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06-11-2016, 10:22 PM
RE: How to Speak Hillbilly (Appalachian English Dialect)
(17-06-2014 07:41 PM)drwillbone Wrote:  What about ackin? I go a powerful ackin to go up the creek. My family is from the Ozark in Missouri. And more of my family comes from L.A.( Lower Alabama) and they all talk difernt ways. Some of my kin talks slow. Sometimes their slower than molasses in winter time I remember seeing my great grandmother sitting on her front porch ( wooden house) wearing long dress and combat boots. Smoking corn cob pipe with a jug of white lighting by her feet

I was at Fort Knox going to tracked vehicle mechanics school yonder back in the early 60's. One of the students was from Mississippi. He spoke so slowly the rest of us could fill in his next words even before he could say them. It was a real chore listening to him. His accent wasn't terribly thick it was just the speed he spoke at.

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