Utah is a painful place to live if you are like me. Grammar is very important to me, and you might even notice me wince (involuntarily) when I hear mistakes. Most people do not use proper grammar or pronounce words as I think they should be pronounced. They don't seem to know the difference between further vs. farther, less vs. fewer, I vs. me, etc.
My kids either already say or will soon be saying things like:
"It's helling outside." (talking about the HAIL)
"Let's sell the boat." (when we someday have a sailboat like Bill wants, talking about SAILING)
"What's that fur?" (what's that FOR?)
"Do you want to play the wii er legos?" (OR)
There are too many examples of Utah grammar mistakes and mispronunciations to even list. Plus I don't want to offend anyone who might actually read my blog that might not have stellar grammar. (If you grew up in Utah, just know that it's not your fault, and there is help available.)