One of the more distinctive features of the Satsugu (薩隈) or Kagoshima dialect is its intonation. This commercial for a Kagoshima-based vocational school that helps students cram for the employment exam for civil servants pokes fun at the local accent. Where kōmuin (公務員, public official, government worker) is normally spoken without inflection, in Kagoshima, the final syllable is stressed: kōmu-EEN. Show this video to a native of "Kagomma" and they'll laugh.
From Wiki: "One of the most oft-studied aspects of the Kagoshima dialect is its prosodic system. With the exception of Tanegashima and Makurazaki City, the system is described as a two-pattern pitch accent in which phrasal units may be either unaccented units will bear a low tonal pitch until the final syllable, at which point the pitch rises. In accented units, however, the pitch rises on the penultimate syllable, and then drops back down on the final syllable."