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    I just saw this meme on Facebook and everyone was like "lmao so truuuu" and I was like WHAT DO YOU MEAN, IS THIS A DIALECTAL MISPRONUNCIATION??? DO OTHER REGIONS NOT SAY IT "MAN-ays"???
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    Please help, my world is caving in
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    I say may-uh-nays ??
    Suggested by @allysonarno
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    I also say man-ays I think it's east coast??? Boston def says man-ays
    Suggested by @sarahgorman
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    But you can call it mayo
    Suggested by @Lisa_Fav
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    I say MAYO
    Suggested by @shanaz
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    But sometimes may-nays, maybe?
    Suggested by @ramivaa
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    I say "Dukes" because that is the only acceptable mayonnaise to use
    Suggested by @edoublebubs
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    I say man-ays
    Tf.. Who says it different?
    Suggested by @olive
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    I grew up in Indiana and it was usually Man-ays there too.
    Suggested by @gwcoffey
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    Man- nays
    I'm a disaster and usually just say mayo tbh
    Suggested by @feminist
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    Suggested by @audreypalumbo
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    I'm thinking about this too hard and now I don't know 😶
    But I think I say may-nayze ?? I prob just say mayo tbh.
    Suggested by @LeahG
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    From NYC/NJ (also I think the one thing we all have in common is that no one anywhere knew anyone pronounced it differently??)
    Suggested by @slg710
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    I think May-naze is west coast and Man-nays is east coast
    Suggested by @audreypalumbo
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    Māhn (like Manhattan) nayze (like daze but with an N)
    Suggested by @drugs
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    Suggested by @dubstep
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    Everyone in my family says Man-Ays
    But we also say grocery beg instead of grocery bag, so you probably shouldn't put much stock into our pronunciation of words.
    Suggested by @supabg
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    I just always think of the part in Otis Redding's version of 'White Christmas' when he sings "may your days, may your days be so merry and bright" but it sounds like he's saying "may-yo-nayze" ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    Suggested by @jb_piper
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    In Ohio & NC
    Suggested by @kate81
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    I whispered "man-aze" and "may O naze" to myself so many times in a row the word has lost all meaning. (But it's probably the 2 syllable version.)
    Suggested by @kcupcaker