Ive got a Minnesota accent that comes out every once in awhile after drinking a bunch. I have no idea why it’s still around other than that’s where I learned to talk. I’m like 25 years removed from that state though. My mom is the same way but she lived there quite a bit longer than I did.Grew up in New Sharon, town of 1200. I have never met this Derek/Derrick from NS. I'd be curious as to how he sounds when he's sober, because sometimes when I used to drink with friends down in that area, they'd bring out the draw more when they've got alcohol in their system. Some from my school made it a point to talk like that, no clue why. But when traveling to other parts of the state I was/am told I have an accent.
I stand corrected. I based it on the 4-H'ers that I've judged from Eddyville were part of Mahaska County 4-H.And? I think you need to do more research bud. Use your googling skills to find out. CycloneRoss wasn't wrong either.
Hint: It's in more than 1 county. It's more than 2 counties. It's Mahaska, Wapello, and Marion.
Right, and I'm sure the school or town has to stake claim in 1 of those as the "most common." I knew growing up in Mahaska county, that I generally attached Eddyville to Wapello more often than the other two.I stand corrected. I based it on the 4-H'ers that I've judged from Eddyville were part of Mahaska County 4-H.
If its not a schtick, then why do Chris and Ross have him on. If it is a schtick, its not even remotely funny and he's bad at it.Are you talking about Derek from New Sharon? It's east of here, north of Oskaloosa. I mute the radio for a few minutes every time he comes on.