It's pretty accurate. People there definitely had a different accent from Chicago. Significantly different.
I've been getting Canadian accusations but I don't think it's because I sound Canadian. It's nowhere near a sterotypical Canadian accent. And why would a British person even know what a Canadian sounds like? They don't even know what Americans sound like.
No, the Canadian comes from me not sounding quite American enough for them. And that's from my becoming Anglocised. So they get confused and just say "Canadian".
It starts with changing your pronunciations just to be understood. So stressing "t"'s in words (e.g. in "water"). And "to" stressing the "o" instead of kind of saying it with an "a". Pronouncing "th" words with a "th" sound rather than a "d" sound. Stuff like this. Just annunciating, really. It sounds totally gay but it's the only way that these homos will understand you.
In dump news, took a big diarrhea dump yesterday. I mean huge. Messy too. Used half a roll of toilet paper and felt I still had a ways to go so decided to step into the shower and rinse off. I think that helped.
But yeah, big dump. So I was shocked when then this morning I felt the need to go again. "No way", I thought. "This must be a false alarm". But I had time, so I sat down and just straight away, liquid stool.
I think liquid stool is my favourite. Certainly the easiest to pass. Can be messy, though.
In other news, I got these biscuits called Eti Cin from a Spar recently. Oh my god, they're awesome. They're from Turkey or Iran or some shit but what's wrong with Muslims? Not a damn thing. They're like a Jaffa Cake but bigger, no chocolate, and sprinkles on top. They come in a few different flavours. So check them out if they're available at your local retailer. And if they're not available, you can speak to the manager and ask him or her to consider stocking them.