10 Common Words That Pappy Just Can’t Say The Right Way
In the state of Texas, I think you'll agree that we have our own way of talking. However, sometimes, even the most common words present problems. Have you ever had that grandfather or uncle who just can't get words out right? That's our Pappy. The man with his own vocabulary.
After spending some time with family recently, I had the opportunity of taking down some words as he says them versus the correct way. As does our family, I think you'll get a giggle or two out of what you see below. Who knows? Maybe you know someone who says them the same way. Take a look.
LOOK: 10 COMMON WORDS THAT PAPPY JUST CAN'T SAY THE RIGHT WAY
Not normally taken for burns down there, Aspirin is for aches and pains Pappy.
It's a 4 syllable word, not just 2.
No matter how many times Pappy tries, his mouth can't form the words.
No matter if it was gold, silver, or anything in between. There's only one way to say it.
I've never heard of a liberry. Is that anything like a blueberry?
There are too many "K's" going on here.
See what I mean? Pappy has his own vocabulary.
I've heard many others pronounce this word the same way. Is it just a southern draw thing?
Actually, with Pap, every day of the week ends with "dee".
Well, maybe this isn't a common word. I think you'll agree this one is a toughie for almost anybody.
Good ol' Pappy. No matter how badly he butchers words, he's family and that's what makes the difference. Which words get giggles with your family?
There are plenty of words around here that will get you tongue-tied. In fact, Texas has some pretty tricky town names. Look below and you'll see what I mean.