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November 1st, 2006

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02:38 pm - Accentuating the positive

What American accent do you have?
Your Result: The Midland

"You have a Midland accent" is just another way of saying "you don't have an accent." You probably are from the Midland (Pennsylvania, southern Ohio, southern Indiana, southern Illinois, and Missouri) but then for all we know you could be from Florida or Charleston or one of those big southern cities like Atlanta or Dallas. You have a good voice for TV and radio.

The South
The Northeast
The West
The Inland North
North Central
What American accent do you have?

They didn't have the infamous scallop/scallop question.
So I'll ask you, does scallop rhyme with "gallop" or "dollop"
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Date:November 1st, 2006 08:01 pm (UTC)
Definitely "gallop" IMO...
[User Picture]
Date:November 1st, 2006 08:27 pm (UTC)
Believe it or not, it thinks I come from the North East! Well I suppose I come from North and Very East!!

Oh and both are correct...
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Date:November 1st, 2006 09:33 pm (UTC)

and I'm off to post my results
[User Picture]
Date:November 2nd, 2006 12:29 am (UTC)
I think it is "gallup" when saying "scalloped potatoes" or "scalloped edge", but "dollop" when referring to it at a seafood restaurant.
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Date:November 2nd, 2006 09:57 am (UTC)
Gallop, of course.
Date:November 2nd, 2006 02:57 pm (UTC)
I've only ever rhymed/heard it rhyme with "gallop"...

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