Colleen Dunn Bates

Publisher of “Talk Like a Californian: A Hella Fresh Guide to Golden State Speak”

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Publisher of “Talk Like a Californian: A Hella Fresh Guide to Golden State Speak”

Colleen Dunn Bates on KCRW

From slang to quirky pronunciations of names, we Californians have a “hella” unique way of saying things that sounds foreign to most transplants.

Hella fresh, The 405: How to speak like a real Californian

From slang to quirky pronunciations of names, we Californians have a “hella” unique way of saying things that sounds foreign to most transplants.

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