crick vs. crook in the neck (was: Eggcorn v. dialect)

David W. James vnend at ADELPHIA.NET
Sat Apr 23 13:28:47 UTC 2005

On Apr 22, 2005, at 11:18 PM, Victoria Neufeldt wrote:
> I've always said (and, to the best of my knowledge, heard/read)
> 'crick' for this.  I don't recall ever encountering 'crook', either in
> my native Canada or the U.S.

> Victoria

Ditto, save for starting location (mostly Indiana/Kentucky, but a lot
of other places in the US as well.)


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