Usage of the colloquialistic pronounciations of the English languages spoken by those from the Southern United States. Usually these are created by drawing out vowels (Georgia becomes jawja, stringing words together get on outta here}, and generally making it impossible for any furners (foreigners; anyone not from or a resident of the South) to understand.
The good movie parts always go to New England bruisers or the California pretty boys, while us Southern folk are sterotipically cast as Rednecks with shotguns and a bad Southern Drawl.
作者 pythonspam 2003年11月13日

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