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What is the most unforgettable USA state?
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I wish I could forget the shrill sounds all New Englanders make when they flap their lips.


Bad experiences with the Boston linguistic fillips?


Most of the major cities out there have issues with English. New Yorkers will tell you they are from New York and how much better it is there in 5 minutes. Boston people can't figure out if they need a bathroom or going to a party, as party/potty sounds damn near alike.
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VZ68 wrote:


gornotck wrote:


VZ68 wrote:

I wish I could forget the shrill sounds all New Englanders make when they flap their lips.


Bad experiences with the Boston linguistic fillips?


Most of the major cities out there have issues with English. New Yorkers will tell you they are from New York and how much better it is there in 5 minutes. Boston people can't figure out if they need a bathroom or going to a party, as party/potty sounds damn near alike.


What's interesting is that even though they're all crammed into a space smaller than the back of a 1940s Volkswagen, their accents are nothing alike. So you can pretty much assume it's deliberate.
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I'd say Oregon or Washington as they have the most memorable people and it's easy to learn more about Japanese culture there.

Stay away from Salt Lake, UT though. Safe place to live and it is beautiful but the hyper religious bigot nut jobs that run it make it almost unbearable.
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PA of course!


Joking aside, most people probably think of these states when one hears about the US:

-New York
-CA
-Texas

and for tragic reasons now, Florida.
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Must be a trick question since the answer is none of them

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14 / F / California
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gornotck wrote:

What's interesting is that even though they're all crammed into a space smaller than the back of a 1940s Volkswagen, their accents are nothing alike. So you can pretty much assume it's deliberate.




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19 / M / Belton, Texas
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texas and ohio
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20 / F / USA
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California, New York
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Texas
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32 / M / Scotland
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I can't remember....
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M / CA
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California of course
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20 / M / Palm Coast, Florida
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Florida, we have Key West, Disney World, Summer all year, etc.
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14 / F / California
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Canada.

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Probably Florida, due to all the news about it. Then New York/California due to all the other news about them. Then I guess Illinois. Finally my home state Missouri is pretty unforgettable for me as I live here.
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