Get on the state Land a job with the MBTA, MWRA or some other state agency. The candidate's the one who doesn't have a sign in his hand. Mc Vout Jimmies Those little chocolate thingees you ask the guy at the ice-cream store to put on top of your cone. Reuven Brauner submits the following similar examples: We saw BSNDS at the zoo in Franklin Park. Mother always said, "Don't forget to wash behind your ES." The Boos and GS got to Mantle. " Soft Crazy, bold, daring: "You're soft for questioning the professah." Southie South Boston. Now largely obsolete; refers to old-style pans that had legs to keep them off the coals. What some Bostonians still call a sub or hero (there's even a sub shop in Dorchester called Spukies 'n Pizza). Something that's just absolutely too cool for words. Feel free to correct him on his Boston English, at . PITCHA- it can be anything from the guy on the mound at Fenway or a movie (motion picture) as in "Did you see the Depahted? The latter was "wet" (coffee grinds, waste vegetables, and other food remains) and would be picked up by a local pig farmer to feed to his animals. Half moon Pastry known as "Black and Whites" elsewhere. When a waiter or waitress states the obvious - what they say when they put food in front of you. Actually, pretty much the only people who use the word anymore are headline writers looking for a short synonym for "Boston,'' as in the aprocryphal Globe headline: People who stand at rotaries or on overpasses with campaign signs, sometimes causing . A direction on : Away from Park Street/Downtown Crossing. Yes, yes, it's really "pahty platta," but darnit, if you're not from around here, the first time you ever hear somebody say it, it sounds like "potty platta." PSDS What you get when you want to wear earrings. The Back Bay and Beacon Hill do not have rats, at least not of the human variety. Some people claim that "scrod" is a young cod, while "schrod" is a young haddock, but, in fact, there's no difference - it's basically whatever's cheaper at the fish pier that day. Sked Teen-age druggie; may be limited to Saugus, Lynn and Wakefield. Used like this: "I just love the food at Kelly's." "Oh, so don't I! Whoa Expression of surprise: "He was like, my parents have fifteen kids, and I was like, whoa." Diana ben-Aaron Whole 'notha A complete replacement; "I got a whole 'notha computa on my desk now." Reply to "" Laura Mc Avoy Zoo on To make fun of, for example: "What are you, zooin' on me? The author of this is originally from New Yawk, so he's probably missed a word or two. " " Yeah working narcotics looking for Mickey Cohen's missing H." Kevin Spacey as Sgt Jack Vincennes... If you're new to the city or taking the T in from out of town, this is where you can get advice from people living in The Hub. Justin Corriveau - Anime Boston Fan Creations Staff 2016-2017 Sakura-Con AMV Room Staff - 2013-2014 Another Anime Convention AMV Contest Coordinator 2008-2016 Getting the hang of this...
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.
Standout An assemblage of : "We've got a standout at the Holy Name rotary from to 6 on Thursday." Stylene A grown-up who never quite adjusted to becoming older. But townies also live in Reveah and Whiskey Point ("da Point") in Brookline, so it's also a state of mind, or perhaps hair. And Quincy was Quinzee and Worcester was Wista but Medford was not Meffa unless you lived on the north shore.
The word is not used much anymore, because there are so few of us that know what it means. Time A party, usually of the political or retirement type: "We're throwin' a time for the Dap down at the Eagles. Tookie Somebody who goes out with a much younger person: "He's such a tookie! " See also, "." Townie Often, a resident of Charlestown. Filene's was pronounced Fill•eans We shopped at the Quinzee bahgin centah.
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If employed, a hair stylist, bahtendah, or receptionist. Sometimes also called "triple decker." In Dorchester, though, they'll tell you that "triple decker" is a Yuppie affectation; but in Winthrop, that's what everybody calls them. And typing this on an i Phone with auto correct on has been quite a chore. Thank you.[/quote] You have no idea how many times I've said that I'm going to the Hynes and people respond, "Oh, you mean like the ketchup? AB Staff Posts: 118 Joined: Thu Aug 17, 2006 am by » Wed Apr 18, 2007 pm A lesson for beachgoers: We don't drive to Cape Cod. John Bautista AB 2014-17: Junior Tech Staff l 2007-2013: AB volunteer l 2006:attendee PAX East Enforcer:14-17 Show-off Posts: 1260 Joined: Sun Jul 23, 2006 am Location: Walpole by » Thu Apr 19, 2007 am [quote=Pasquino X]For the most part I try to minimize my accent when talking to people from outside of MA. I hadn't realized there were so many slangs in Boston.