Western Pennsylvanians have their own dialect called 'Pittsburghese'.
I posted before how I unlearned my Pittsburghese in favor of English (people used to laugh at me in other parts of this great land).
During the holiday season, I find I may wax nostalgic for home.
Thanks to YouTube, now I can sit in MO and get a slice o' Pittsburgh:
Meet Pittsburgh Dad:
There's something about basement pop that causes Dad to mean business:
Nothing like a Pittsburgh family Thanksgiving:
Now I think I'll redd up da haus and have me a snicksnak and an arn. It's cole tonight, it's a good night to stay in. If it freezes, da roads may git slippy.
Translation to normal English:
Now I think I'll clean the house and have me a snack and an Iron City beer. It's cold tonight, it's a good night to stay in. If it freezes, the roads may get slippery.
Do you have a dialect from your neck o' the woods? Care to share?