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how do you like the weather... the city... the hmmmm girls ?
heheh, you start dropping "R"s spontaneously...and also adding them where they don't exist (pizzaR etc.). it's very chaHming
I think Boston is all around wicked sweet... Maybe except for the weather though. Winters suck. Tons to do though. Really low median age. Girls are hot if you know which colleges to ignore
PizzaR? TunaR? ... What are you talking about? I've never heard anyone in Boston talk that way. (You're dead on with ChaHming, though.) ... The Boston accent eliminates "R's." It doesn't relocate them to the ends of other words!!!
"The truck" is the bus that shuttles girls from Wellesley into Boston. One of their stops was right in front of my house, so it was always funny to see them standing outside at 7:00 am on Sunday morning in high heels and mini skirts. I'm pretty sure they weren't on their way to church.
have you ever been to quincy or southie? if you have, then you'd know what i'm talking about. Rs are often inserted when a word ends with a vowel (this is especially common for older bostonians).
This is the funniest thread I have ever read on SDN.
I would assume that BU, MIT, and Haahvud would be to schools to stay away from because that's where the most studious girls in high school ended up going. I remember what most "straight-A" girls from my high school looked like.
Glad your streets are safe once again, Boston.
disclaimer: If you are a female and DO attend one of the aforementioned schools and are NOT unsightly, I am sorry for the offense. I am just telling my theory, that is all. I am also well aware that, like all theories, it only takes one example to disprove it.