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I'm not sure this is quite right.
Folks have told me that I say "fire" as one syllable, something like "fyhr"; I guess others enunciate two syllables.
Living in the South -- at least the upper South -- I picked up useful expressions like "y'all" and "mash that button."
Cincinnatians have a slightly twangy way of speaking that northern Ohioans can pick up; those from up near Canada have a slightly nasally way of talking that we from down south can pick up. Then again, you have a very pronounced Appalachian accent that shows up in various parts of Ohio, but I assume is strongly centered in the Southeast?
(Biretta tip: Father Jim Tucker at Dappled Things.)