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04 Mar 03

wanna whip some shitties while the devil beats his wife?

at long last, the results of the dialect survey i was talking about back in october have been posted. let’s go over some of the more interesting responses, shall we?

  • the idiots who call “hosey” or “high hosey” when laying claim to the front seat of the car (0.44% of respondents) all seem to be centred around new england. “i call high hosey on that chowdah!”
  • 2% of respondents say “expecially” rather than “especially”. reminds me of a woman i work with… (too bad “sectember” wasn’t on the dialect survey).
  • thankfully, half of respondents had never heard of a drive through liquor store. not the smartest of ideas.
  • whipping shitties” isn’t catching on nearly as fast as i’d like as a replacement for “doing donuts”.
  • oddly, more than half the people in the survey had no term for sun showers. i’m still enamoured with “the devil is beating his wife”, personally.
  • 0.13% of respondents say “kitty wampus” when referring to something diagonally across a street from them. uhhh….

in conclusion, i’m the only one who knows how to speak properly.

7 Responses to “wanna whip some shitties while the devil beats his wife?”

  1. 1
    el scotto the magnificent Says:

    it surprises me that more people didn’t vote for the stupid ones, because they’re funnier.

  2. 2
    el scotto the magnificent Says:

    ps.

    go leafs go!

    bwahahaha

  3. 3
    pager Says:

    was that some sort of dig because the leafs got destroyed last night?

  4. 4
    el scotto the magnificent Says:

    yes, yes it was.

  5. 5
    pager Says:

    who’s your team? the sens?

    robin aka god aka he of no taste would be happy to hear that.

  6. 6
    el scotto the magnificent Says:

    i like the canucks more than the sens, i like the sens more than the leafs, and i like the leafs more than i like rob. and i really hate the leafs.

  7. 7
    pager Says:

    aww, how sweet.
    brotherly love.

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