Rule #1
“The W Rule”
In addition to putting the W sticker on your car, use it your speech
on = ow-n
old = owd (long O)
told = towd
over = owvah
Corollary:
Drop your L’s whenever possible (see above)
Rule #2
when you referring to someone casually in third person, you should preface their name with ‘old’. As in,
“Old Arnold over there, he likes chickens”
SOUNDS LIKE: Owd Arnowd oh-ver there, he likes chickuns
Rule #3
Things have gender
“This dude right here ain’t working”  referring to an object of some sort
Corollary:
That ‘son bitch’ is better if the thing is really troublesome
“This son bitch needs rebooting”
Rule #4
Speaking takes time: prolong every word

Rule #5
“We ain’t got” is preferable to “We don’t have”
Rule #6
Political Correctness is something for them yankees.In other words, it’s okay point out differences between co-workers.
“Venkat, that ol’ hindu, you know, that sum bitch
Rule #7
The city to the East is pronounced “Nahx-Vul” — get an “Ahhh” sound in Knox and an “Uhl” sound in Ville.
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