Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 12:51:53 -0400 From: Benjamin Barrett Subject: oj and chocolate >There is a New York/New Jersey/Jewish pronounciation of GAZZ for gas >and ORANJOOSE as one word for orange juice. However, only New Jersey seems >to use CHAWKLIT for chocolate. >Seth Sklarey >Coconut Grove, FL I usually say "ornjjuss" when speaking casually. "chaklit" to me sounds natural, too. Also, "kerml" for caramel. I am a fourth-generation Seattlite on my mother's side and second- on my father's. My grandmother from WVa says "greazy" for greasy, but I don't recall how she says gas. yoroshiku Benjamin Barrett