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For example – the way we use the word “interesting.” Instead of saying “I don’t like that chicken booyah”, we might say, “Dat’s some Speaking of interesting, there’s actually some pretty hardcore research behind the language of America’s Dairyland.
The Wisconsin Englishes Project (WEP), is a group of faculty, staff, and students around Wisconsin who study our unique language patterns.
I’m guilty of this one for sure, and I didn’t really even know that people elsewhere say traffic lights!
Since red means stop and green means go, stop ‘n go lights are a way better name.
We’re simply trying to make it seem like the favor is no big deal.
For instance, someone might ask, “Can you stop at da store real quick before you come home?
Other people in the country have this expression in common with us, but I’ve heard it started here – and we have a very distinct way of pronouncing it..
In Wisconsin we pronounce bag or bagel like “bay-g” or “bay-gel.” People from outside of Wisconsin will argue that you must say it with a short “a” sound so it starts the same as the word “bad”.
Sometimes, people outside of our state think Wisconsinites are super friendly simply because of the way we say things.
In Wisconsin, you can always go Up Nort’ – until you get to Lake Superior.
This phrase enters my conversations multiple times a day.
In fact, I think I’ve heard them say all 10 of these words and phrases! Can you think of any more expressions, pronunciations or words that are unique to our home state? And don’t forget to Like Whoo NEW on Facebook for more Sconnie fun!
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WEP was formed in 2006 and the group aims to understand regional differences in English across our state – including its distinct vocabulary, pronunciations, idioms and ethnic influences, among other things.