Post # 17
haha! He’s the one that gets pissed at me when I say things wrong, he’d get soo annoyed when I would say the names of towns around here incorrectly (hes from MD, I’m from NY). It got to the point where I started doing it on purpose just to tick him off. I’m horrible lol
Post # 18
@Cory_loves_this_girl: Mine says Asperigrass intead of Asparagus! It drives me NUTS! I always tell him, I have NEVER herad of that, is it something new? Lol!
Post # 19
My fiance says “worst” every time instead of worse. He actually says so many things incorrectly and it’s hilarious because he just thought that’s how it was said, no one ever told him differently, we crack up all the time about it.
Post # 20
Haha! Mine says rabble instead of ramble Every Single Time.
Post # 21
- Wedding: September 2014 - Waldorf Astoria, Chicago
My Fiance doesn’t say anything weird that I can think of but I do make fun of him for sounding like he’s from the south sometimes, he’s from Peoria IL. And he talks with his hands like he’s Italian after a few drinks, like agressively wtih the shoulders involved and everything, that one drives me crazy!!
He hates that I say are instead of our. And I say how-comes. Those drive him crazy, he’s always correcting me!
Post # 22
Nu-cu-lar. No sweetie, it’s NU-CLEEE-R. There’s no additional U.
I chalk this up to his dad being an avid Republican and brainwashing his son during GWB’s terms. Darling Husband used to be Republican *shudder*. Then he met me 😉
Post # 23
@bellaluna290: HEIGHTH. Yes. I have such an urge to correct my Darling Husband every time, but I don’t want to be a nag either. And it’s remarkable how many times “height” is said in our daily life. Ugh.
Post # 24
@Cory_loves_this_girl: FI says “ordament” for ornament and I finally had to say ITS NOT ORDAMENT! Hahah and his entire family says ‘Lowles” for Lowes.. I’m like where are you getting the L?!
Post # 25
@MrsJX3: I don’t know why, but “do what?” made me LOL. That is awesome, and annoying.
Post # 26
@jackieee: I know, right? I normally try to just ignore it. But every now and then when I’m REALLY crabby, I’ll say something like “I”m not doing anything!!!”
Post # 27
@Cory_loves_this_girl: Oh mylanta…when we first started dating he said, “Can you grab the cumin from the cupboard?”
Except he said “come-in.”
I about shat my pants. Apparently his mom always pronounced it “come-in.”
He also tried to serve me “mer-lot” one time, and I about blew up from laughter. His mom still calls it “mer-lot” instead of “mer-low.”
Post # 28
Darling Husband also says “boughten” as the past tense for “bought”. Like, “I would have boughten you flowers for Valentimes Day.”
Post # 29
Mine says nimmows instead of minnows. I find it hilarious.
My family though has some weird Swiss-isms. Aluminum becomes alumnium (or something, I really can’t mimic what they manage to say), colander gets mixed up with calendar, pastor and pasture, learn and larn, wash and warsh. I must say I’m guilty of both pastor/pasture and warsh. Lol.
Post # 30
@TaraMay_: I feel like it’s regional? I’m from the South and Fiance is from Indiana, but his mom grew up in Southern Indiana and she pronounces some things in an interesting manner haha
@jackieee: Exactly! I never knew how much I said that word in daily conversation.
Post # 31
To be fair..I say I-run instead of Iron. It takes a serious effort to say it correctly.