A New Jersey Clarification In Grammar. Our Thing With The Word, “WATER.”

Everywhere I go whether it is at a restaurant, convenient store, or someone’s home. We South Jerseyans and Eastern Pennsylvanians have this thing with the word, “WATER.”

Here is some South Jersey, “Wooder”


Yes, this is correct. We can’t.

We say and I’ll try to do it the best I can, “Wooder.”

I know that it is said correctly and pronounced, “What-errrr.” However, almost every contact I have with folks in The Delaware Valley pronounce it as the above.

I have been with friends outside the area. We have sat down for dinner. They have asked for “Wooder” to drink and the waiter/waitress is like, “huh?”

I usually have to chime in and say.. no they mean “What-errr” and then everything is fine.

It’s kind of funny. I’m not sure where it originated from, but every time someone says it when I am out and about, it truly makes me cringe.

Yummygal’s Fun Fact Friday

Well here it is… another Fun Fact Friday my friends.

Did you know that a bald eagle nest can reach lengths of 6 feet in diameter? It also averages about 3 feet tall.

The killer fact my friends is this….


Old eagle’s nest at the Cedar Run Refuge

The nest usually weighs approximately 2-3 TONS. Yes, TONS.

Now that’s one heavy nest!!

I actually learned this fun fact at the Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge in Medford, NJ. (Previous Posting)

Have a great weekend, everyone!! Enjoy the rest of your summer!