hare & thare

ok, this one i have got to ask in all earnestness… why do people from up north say “hare” for “here”? was there a formal change in pronunciation in that region that the rest of us in india don’t know about? i don’t mean to be prejudiced! its an honest question! the moment someone goes, “hare it is” or “what i am trying to say hare” or “hare we have tried to”, its like a bright flash of light… and i can only think, hmmm, probably from delhi or somewhere up north. and its true! anyone backing me up on this?!

    • shirish
    • July 15th, 2008

    u anti par-prantiya, anti uttar-bharatiya, u!!! how dare u usurp the sole pro-sons-of-the-soil position that we ghats have!!! jai hind, jai maharastra!!

    • Mee
    • July 16th, 2008

    Heya. U are tagged now (a game that I have got ensnared into 😦 ,by another blogger friend- so am passing this onwards to youYou will have to write 12 random facts/habits about yourself, as a post on your blogAt the end of your blog, you need to choose two people to get tagged and leave them a comment telling them they’re tagged, and to read your blog.Pls read my blog to know more:-)

    • Mee
    • July 16th, 2008

    hehehe, true does get funny:-)

    • Che
    • July 19th, 2008

    I guess our accents are as diverse as our culture. Its like an identity. Once you open your mouth there is no hiding from where you originally come from.Its the same story every where. In UK and US also you can tell which region is someone from just by their accents.For someone who has lived in so many places i still cant note these things unless its pointed out.VW : fenwcmuj

    • Amit Saxena
    • July 29th, 2008

    Lemme check…”hare..hare…heaaaaaaarr…!! :OOh God…Its true…!! ^-^

  1. india was always hare — up north. hw dare u challenge that u ?!?!

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