A pronunciation of Missouri favored by uneducated hillfolk from southern Missouri's Ozark region, by asshole Confederate sympathizers, and by ignorant non-Missourians who insist that Missouri is a Southern state as opposed to a Midwestern one.
Chris Matthews of MSNBC: So, Claire, do you really think you have a chance against Jim Talent there in the Republican stronghold of Missoura?
Claire McCaskill of the U.S. Senate: Well, Chris, the Democratic party has quite a tradition in my home state of MISSOURI-- in fact it's known here as the Party of Truman, who is a revered figure in MISSOURI politics.
Chris Matthews: That's true, Missoura is the Bellwether State, huh? Uh-heh-heh-heh.
MissourA is a state in the US, wich is famous for its large population of "hook-people". The term "hook-people" describes a group of individuals, who have a hook instead of an arm. (you know...like pirates)
-Hey Johnnie! Where are you going with that hook?
-Oh, I'm just going to Missoura.
(However, in very rare cases, "Missoura" could simply be a dialect-form for the name "Missouri".)
what us californian's (and....pretty much the rest of the US) call the state of missouri. "missoula" is the same thing as "missoura."
ME: hey joe i moved outta cali
JOE: where to?