This map, from geocurrents, shows parts of the United States (in purple) where “pin” and “pen” are pronounced identically

This map, from geocurrents, shows parts of the United States (in purple) where “pin” and “pen” are pronounced identically

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    Ah, Bakersfield. A little slice of Texas right in the middle of California.
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    how in the fuck is there a spot in California for this it looks like it’s near Bakersfield hmm
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    Me too, man. Is there a way to not say them the same without twisting your vocal chords into a knot?
  16. floydsoldblog reblogged this from suckaaaaaaaa and added:
    i dont even understand how these words would not be pronounced the same can someone please tell me how you are supposed...
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