Are you sure it's not WAS?
As a fellow sufferer from Wandering Accent Syndrome, I can't help but sympathise with the Devonian Diva. Wandering Accent Syndrome (WAS) is a distressing condition caused by close proximity to Americans. A few days in their presence and I develop a noticeable TransAtlantic twang. Give me a week and I could pass for a local, left unchecked I might even forget how to pronounce the last letter of the alphabet.
I'm led to believe that the only cure lies in sending me very large amounts of money. (My colleagues contend the cure involves 'a big stick wiv a nail in the end'). Please send your generous donations to the usual address.
Y'all have a good day now y'hear?