Where your speaking from?

Pretty bang on here. Clonmel is between Kilkenny and Waterford and I’ve lived in Cork for thirteen years.

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Just use these instead of the DiS map :slight_smile:

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Parents are from the midlands so I guess it makes sense.

This is brilliant. Absolutely nailed us.

TREE

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It’s also a good way of imagining people’s voices too!

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I got Newcastle and Norwich which is odd for someone from Scotland, with English parents from neither of those places …

Are people pronouncing full and fool differently?

I would maybe say fuhll instead of full depending on context i suppose, can’t see how else they would differ though.

I am.

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I’m not

Grew up in Surrey, spent 15+ years living in Derbyshire.
YOU LOSE, MAP.

Full rhymes with pull
Fool rhymes with cool

Which might not make any difference to you tbh.

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I can’t understand how

They all rhyme with each other

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The queen would not say the man is a full.

Jesus sufferin fuck I’m Scottish

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Red Army!!!

Not to me they don’t.

Pull/full has more of an ‘uh’ sound whereas fool/cool has an rounded ‘oh’ to it.

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Here we go