Here in Indiana we really don't have much of an accent. However, we do have a few words that are somewhat unique to the area. I'm certain that many of these words transcend our fair state and into the depths of the Midwest (or at least Ohio and Michigan), but that's ok. So, here they are...
hunerdIf you're confused, I can use all three of these words in a single sentence for you:
hun - nerd (hŭn' nurd)
-noun definition: a cardinal number, ten times ten.
prol - ly (prol' ee)
-adverb definition: with considerable certainty; without much doubt
(NOTE: This is sometimes pronounced "probly".
sa - tis - tic (suh tis' tik)
-noun definition: a numerical fact or datum, esp. one computed from a sample.
There was prolly over three hunerd people in Earl's satistic class, but he skipped out to watch basketball on tv and play in a euchre tournament.
And speaking of "Midwest" I had a business associate from Australia asking me the other day why Indiana is considered the Midwest. I assumed that it prolly had something to do with what the country looked like on a map a couple hunerd years ago when Indiana was right in the middle of the western portion of the United States.