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[quote=Faceman]Also, living in Boston the last 4 years, I've noticed that only tourists wear stuff w/ Boston or Red Sox or whichever team all over themselves.
Please keep discussion limited to things in and around Boston. Posts: 2 Joined: Wed Apr 18, 2007 am by » Wed Apr 18, 2007 am For the most part I try to minimize my accent when talking to people from outside of MA. Posts: 8 Joined: Wed Dec 26, 2007 pm by » Thu Dec 27, 2007 am [quote=Bashar Of The Ages]8-month necropost FTL.[/quote] Eh, I figure this thread is necessary roughly three months before the con.
The state has built a series of emergency turn-outs along Rte. Kathie Young Bullsh-- Adjective meaning "very upset," as in: "So, I was running to catch the T, and the driver closed the door on me and drove away. Carriage What you use to wheel your groceries around at the Stah Mahket. Casserine Toussaint reports: "It comes from back when people would make a massive bucket of chowder and lay a clean rope in it so that when they put it into the unheated back room it would freeze solid and could be hung up.
Reuven Brauner A member of the WASP overclass that once ruled the state. Cleveland Amory's The Proper Bostonians remains the definitive study of this group. Also, an oxymoron - the last place you want to break down in greater Boston is in the breakdown lane, especially during rush hour, when it becomes the high-speed lane (in some places, even legally). Another example of the : "Let's go see if we can't get yoah cah fixed." Kathie Young Massachusetts has two capes - Ann and Cod - but only the latter is The Cape. The phrase has spread , but it's definitely of local origins.
The Combat Zone The city's "adult entertainment district," located between Downtown Crossing and Chinatown, more or less. Chris Gassler Common The green in the center of town. Fence viewer Appointed official in suburban towns whose job is to mediate disputes between neighbors about fences. Four H-er Someone who went to Harvard as an undergrad and then went to Harvard Medical School. Casserine Toussaint A milkshake or malted elsewhere, it's basically ice cream, milk and chocolate syrup blended together. Frickin' The F-word as an adjective in polite company. Morgie's Officially, Morgan Memorial, but can be used to refer to Goodwill, the Salvation Army or any other charity that picks things up or runs a thrift store. "I went ovah heah, ovah theah" Eli Slater Packie Wheah you buy beah.
Committed Poster Posts: 729 Joined: Wed Jun 21, 2006 pm Contact: by » Sun Dec 30, 2007 pm Whenever I see anybody wearing Red Sox clothing, I feel obligated to dig a hole and hide in it. I ran into that when I went to college too...someone said something about a "packie run" and my friends from Jersey kinda went "wtf? 1781017056 consumption guide Government fuel - scandinavian The bridge episode guide 839e33a9c30c7183ff2067c5a6 - 1502591657 004cecb23f _ 36a17e6c70a66c108a peck fort mt guides at Fishing --- Pell grant gpa requirements 2015 --- f3bdaa2ae57c1 __ 7c863d ___ 1325264440 recommended guide Skeptics books 405b8e3e2a54b34d7552 ??? Easiest way to spot a tourist is someone w/ a Boston hat, Boston T shirt and a Red Sox jersey. [/quote] Having moved to Boston from Ohio, I get made fun of for saying "Pop" or, worse, "Soda Pop." I just can't win I guess. Posts: 12 Joined: Wed Jan 09, 2008 pm by » Wed Jan 09, 2008 pm Ha... guide Trouble river study ___ Mvvm wpf tutorial c# , scotland coast Sea west kayaking tours ??? The only time natives wear it is when they themselves are going to a game, or just a cap is acceptable. ) Veteran Poster Posts: 132 Joined: Thu Mar 01, 2007 pm Contact: by » Sat Dec 29, 2007 pm [quote=Kawaii Cari]Also I call soda "tonic", which alot of people make fun of me for. Boston has its own language that us Connecticut-dwelling types can't begin to decipher...[/quote] What part of CT?