English accent sentence

Tom Zurinskas truespel at HOTMAIL.COM
Sun Oct 19 09:44:46 UTC 2008

Here's a shot at an English accent identifying sentence.  Any thoughts?
"Will you take a ride in those cars out back on the lawn ahead for some laughs?"
Will = if said “wool” ~wool = W. US, if said “wheel ~weel = Hispanic
You = if said “yuh” ~yu = US generally
Take = if said “tike” ~tiek = Australian
Ride = if said “rod” ~raad = S. US, if “roid” ~roid, NY
Those = if said ~thoes instead of ~thoez = SW. US
Cars = if said “cahz” ~kaaz = New England, NY, or ~kaars SW. US
Out = if said “oat” ~oet = Canadian
Back = if said ~bak with sharp ~a = SW US, flat ~a = NJ, ~baak = UK
On = if said “awn” ~aun = New England
The = if said “duh” ~du = NY, Carribean
Lawn = if said ~laan = W. and N. central US
Ahead = if said “uh-HEH-yud ~uhheyud = S. Appalachian
For = if said “fur” ~fer = US, if “faw/fuh” ~fau ~fu = UK
Some = if said ~soom (~oo as in “look”) = UK
Laughs = if said “lafs” = US, if “lawfs” ~lauf or “larfs” ~laarf = UKTom Zurinskas, USA - CT20, TN3, NJ33, FL5+See truespel.com - and the 4 truespel books plus "Occasional Poems" at authorhouse.com. 
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