They don't like to use 'R's at the end of a word.[1]
Like: my boat is on da Riva', pass da Butta, Gold & Silva...

[1] North Louisiana is different. [2]
[2] They, like Miss'ippians, tent to over-emphasize the R's.

Barry

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Having just moved to Louisiana three years ago I quickly discovered that
nothing here is pronounced as it is spelled.  They also like to think the
word go is spell geaux.

Geaux figure.



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Only if the owner's name is Suessereaux...

NB: for the uninformed - Louisianna is home to a particular group of folks
called Cajuns. The vast majority of them have names ending in -eaux.

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