Say It Ain't So
Regional accents are one of America's most fascinating characteristics to language appreciators. For example, down here we say "bowled" instead of "boiled." Hence: "After that two o'clock meeting, I'll be ready for some bowled peanuts." And: "Kaity can eat her weight in bowled peanuts, can't she?" And, when you're annoyed with someone: "She was just makin' my blood bowl."
Posted by Brooklyn Girl at 10:37 AM