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Michael: As a Georgia (pronounced jawjaw) native who once lived in South
Carolina, I know "y'all" may be singular or plural. Knowing that in the
South shows both culture and breeding. ;-)
I certainly have an accent, but if anyone pushes me to really "pour it own,"
I do an excellent Georgia Sugarbaker imitation (from the "Designing Women"
TV show). Accents are one of the spices of our lives. Enjoy them.