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Nicholas_23

Howda speak Minnesoootan

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"Haydair."
"Lobuddy"
"Benearlong?"
"Coplhours."
"Crieps, cetchenenny?"
"Yepgoddafew"
"Vairdaybittn?"
"Oberdair"
"Kindarday?"
"Valleye ennordern."
"Ennysizetooum?"
"Cuplapowns."
"Oofda, bittenard?"
"ya nohowdeyar."
"Vahchaoozin? Dalindyrik?"
"Ohyeahdonchano."
"Fichen ondaboddum?"
"Rydoopneardaboddum."
"Howdeeperya?"
"Bouttvenyfeet..."
"Oh, Vachadrinkin?"
"Hadacouplabeers."
"Velligoddago."
"Tubad."
"Seeyaround."
"Yeahtakideeze."
"Guluk."
"Yoobetcha."

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You know whats funny, I picked up every line of that one . I think South Dakootans have a little Minnesootan in dat dare , howdya say ahhhh.... dialect?

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I had dat conversation wit a 60 something norvegian tonite out on da lake, he was making a new trail with his 1070 case tractor wit da blade on da back tru da brush so his buddie wouldnt hafta drive all da way round...name of the lake? swede grove, go figger! lolol
good fishin and yes alot of us around here do actually talk like that! Paul

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