Affected tone of voice commonly heard in Locust Valley , New York by wealthy residents of the community. They speak
with little movement of their lower jaw.
Katherine Hepburn in a bad mood, or Jim Backus on Gilligans Island display some traits of this speech pattern.
Mimi, have you seen the keys to the Bently? I thought I might nip over to Piping for a spot of Golf.
by Jim January 24, 2004
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