Expresso for espresso.
Pacific instead of specific.
Aks instead of ask.
Irregardless for regardless.
Mute instead of moot ('mute point' lol)
My boss used to say "mute point" and I never felt I could correct her!
Do people actually say pacifically? I thought it was just a Kath n Kim joke!
My boss says "ell-edge-able" for eligible and it drives me crazy, especially if its in a conversation where I've said ineligible - it makes me think she's saying ineligible as well lol!
ok so what is the correct pronounciation of Moet? I have always wondered
My boss also pronounces "e" as "a", I.e. Ellen is "Allen"... She's from far north QLD, is it a queenslander thing?
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