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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by seaboard
    Here in the south barbecue is pulled or chopped pork. Cooking outside on the grill is grilling....speaking of which it's time to light the grill.
    I'll have mine inside, outside, chopped and sliced with a side of brunswick stew.

  2. #15
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    Originally posted by texan30
    In lots of areas of Texas all carbonated beverages are cokes. They just come in flavors of Pepsi, Sprite, Orange, etc.

    "What do you want to drink?"

    "coke"

    "What kind?"

    "Pepsi"
    My daughter-in-law's father is from the Houston area. He loves this kind of stuff too and we'll be meeting up with him this weekend in NYC.

    Thanks for the ammo.

  3. #16
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    And yall (you all)say we talk funny down here in the south. hahhahahahahah

  4. #17
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    How about use of the word "wicked"? It was snowing wicked bad. Pedro threw a wicked curve.
    What a wicked pissah.

    Is this a regional thing?

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  6. #19
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    Yes, that's a better example. It was wicked good

  7. #20
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    Originally posted by texan30
    In lots of areas of Texas all carbonated beverages are cokes. They just come in flavors of Pepsi, Sprite, Orange, etc.

    "What do you want to drink?"

    "coke"

    "What kind?"

    "Pepsi"
    not a Pepsi--how about a Dr.Pepper or the real deal-a Dublin Dr.Pepper...

  8. #21
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    I drink pop.

    When I cook on the grill I just grilled out.

    If I add bbq sauce to the food I cooked on the grill, I just made some bbq whatever on the grill. A friend of mine refers to whatever they do on the grill as bqq'ing even if it's just metts or brats.

  9. #22
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    In many sub shops in the Boston area, a grinder means a toasted submarine sandwich. Usually. One year on vacation in NH, I ordered a "hot grinder" and got a cold italian sub laoded with hot peppers!

    I lived in Michigan for about a year. Tonic, I was informed, was something that you put in your hair. I stumped them when I asked for an "elastic". They thought I wanted a new elastic thing for my underwear, when I was of course seeking a rubber band.

  10. #23
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    Alot of people should know these.

    1. Slider

    2. Coney

    3. 3 Way, 4 way, 5 Way

  11. #24
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    Originally posted by icemeister
    That's wicked good.
    could be wicked awwd

  12. #25
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    Originally posted by btj steamfitter / ref
    Was chatting online with a girl from Australia, as she told me about the local blokes who used to get "pissed" and want to screw. lol having never heard being intoxicated refered to as "pissed" I was thinking along the lines of anger.
    we get pissed here to, also hammered, ****tered, wasted, killed,

  13. #26
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    A grinder is a nothing more than a hoagie, by the jeezus, unless, of course you make it on a bulkie.

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