Everyone knows different parts of the country have different accents, but could the language be that different? We found out that yes, yes it is. 

The best example of someone butchering a word would be the street "Guadalupe" in Austin. For people in El Paso, we know that name and how to pronounce it, and most likely know someone with that name. For the poor Austinites, the ending always comes out "loop."

KLAQ decided to send up some common terms to our friends at WGRD in Grand Rapids, Michigan to see how bad it could be. The answer? Really, really, hilariously bad. In their defense, they sent us some common words for Midwesterners and we butchered them. But I'm pretty sure I've heard poutine salad somewhere.

Check out our video of their words below.