From a Grammar Girl newsletter:
W'all. Bulldog and the Dude on KOCM in Baltimore informed me that not only do people say "y'all," but sometimes they say "w'all" as an abbreviation for "we all." I'm still walking around shaking my head and muttering "W'all?"
This got me curious. I'm from the South, so I'm used to hearing (and saying) "y'all), but I've got to say, I don't remember hearing anyone say "w'all" for "we all" (come to think of it, I can't remember the last time I heard anyone use the phrase "we all" either).
Maryland is a border state, not quite Northern, not quite Southern, but something of each. Is this a Baltimore thing or is it used in other areas, or were Bulldog and the Dude just pulling Grammar Girl's leg?