OH MY GOD THIS IS MY MOST FAVORITE THING HEL P ME
do he got the booty?
more or less
Joshua Katz, a Ph. D student in statistics at North Carolina State University, just published a group of awesome visualizations of a linguistic survey that looked at how Americans pronounce words.Among the words he maps are crawfish, syrup, caramel, lawyer, mayonnaise and pecan. He also maps regions by how they refer to a carbonated beverage (the age-old soda or pop question) and how people address groups of two or more people — though as someone who spent time in Pittsburgh, yinz seems to be conspicuously absent. — heidi
THE SODA MAP THOUGH! Every other map just has “pop” over the whole of the Midwest, and the red ‘ribbon’ of “soda” going up through Illinois explains everything omg.
when you meet a bunch of relatives who claim to remember you