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From: "Eugene Balinski" <>
Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2009 16:40:42 -0500
Worcester is pronounced Woostah  or sometimes Woostahs. 
Dorchester is Dooahchester.

  Also, remember in Massachusetts, you have the rule of the
"Conservation of the letter "R".   When you loose an R, you
must add one somewhere else.  As an example, the word "Car"
is pronounced "Cah" or "Caah".  You lost an "R".
 Conversely, the work "Pizza" is pronounced "Peetszer"  you
gain an "R" at the end.  The R is conserved.  

Take the Caah, and go get the peetzer - and pick up some
tonic on the way back.....

Safety Fast,

  Gene Balinski

80 B 

On Thu, 08 Jan 2009 09:13:55 -0500 wrote:
> I guess being from directly around Boston compared with
> So. Hadley is  like being from Md and visiting Va. [Md,
> north of DC is not unlike  northeast US; Va is (or was)
> more like the South.)  Same country,  different accents.
> Bill
> Quoting Charles & Peggy Robinson <>:
> > When I visited my Mom and Late Stepfather in So.
> Hadley, MA; Worcester
> > was Wooster.  I found that in my MA travels, knocking
> off the  middle
> > syllables, (when in doubt) worked for me.  Traveled
> around the Cape in
> > my MGB and did OK.
> >
> >   CR
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