When I was baking my aforementioned cheese on toast the other day, I said to the person whom I was with "Do you want the standard cheese or the "ma-choo-a"? To which they replied "Don't you mean "mat-yure".
Now, I did feel rather annoyed at being corrected on how I speak but it also made me realise that I perhaps sound a little local at times. Also, it make me think of other words which perhaps can be said with varying amounts of syllables.
And, erm, I can only think of two others right now:
Family - "Fam-ly" or "Fam-i-ly"
Daniel - "Dan-yul" or "Dan-y-ul"
Anyone else care to join in with these thought-provoking... thoughts?