This weekend I was with my family in southeastern Pennsylvania. Most of my relatives who live there use awkward English phrasing because of the heavy Pennsylvania Dutch influence on the local dialect. Sometimes there are weird turns-of-phrase.
On Friday afternoon, after two days of re-exposure to this, I found myself saying something quite unusual, which was completely in the mode of my relatives... as we were getting ready to leave and half of the family was out the door but my sister was still inside talking to my grandmother...
"Let's go out before the door gets cold!"