At the end of 2013 the New York times listed its most visited stories of the year and the number one most visited was a quiz of sorts. What amazed the paper and other outlets was not only was it not a real story, but that it was published on December 21st and still outdid all other stories.
But the quiz or maybe it's a set of informational questions, is pretty cool. The point is to end up with a geographical location for how you pronounce words or how you'd describe certain situations. Multiple choice questions which brought up maps after you've answered each one that show you what part of the country is most like you or least like you. At the end you get 3 cities where your speaking pattern is most like you.
I got Rockford, Illinois St. Louis and Fort Wayne, Indiana. Frankly I'm surprised Chicago didn't turn up for me.
Answer the questions yourself and see what geographical area you belong in.