Editors at the New York Daily News labored hard over their cups of cawfee to come up with:
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation rolled out traffic messages which dropped the 'r' in favor of 'ah' to resonate with drivers using the notorious New England pronunciation.
Associated Press felt compelled to explain the sign to its readers westa Wuhstuh:
"Blinkah" is how Bostonians pronounce "blinker," otherwise known as a turn signal.
CTV, up in the Great White North, noted:
The creative spelling is a tribute to the so-called Boston â€śdialectâ€ť that makes New Englanders stand out from their neighbours along the U.S. eastern seaboard.
Across the pond, the Daily Mail declared:
Wicked awesome! Massachusetts police encourage driver safety with road sign accents they can understand
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