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is "wicked" a new england thing?

I think wicked is just a Massachusetts thing

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Got a new one I just heard. Most of you know the term "farang" refers to westerners in Thailand. It's neither derogatory or insulting. But the there's variation of it, "farang kee nok", which translates to "bird shit farang".

It refers to the ghetto ass backpacker hippies wondering about the khao san area.

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I think wicked is just a Massachusetts thing

oh no, it's used in connecticut too... I'm almost positive that it's used throughout new england. I can definitely picture some guy in maine saying, "wicked good lobstah"

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Got a new one I just heard. Most of you know the term "farang" refers to westerners in Thailand. It's neither derogatory or insulting. But the there's variation of it, "farang kee nok", which translates to "bird shit farang".

It refers to the ghetto ass backpacker hippies wondering about the khao san area.

thanks analyst, i'm sure that's gonna come in handy the next time i go to bangkok. i saw a lot of farang kee nok littering the streets last time i was there.

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something i say that i started saying randomly and people need to start saying:

crooked - wrong, disrespectful, out of line

"i stepped to that dude cause he was crooked"

"you better not come crooked"

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what's the Patrick Bateman style definition of hardbody?

I've always known 'hardbody' to mean the same thing that the other guy mentioned....

like a physically attractive woman?

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in modenese 'lofi' means 'weak' or just describes something that sucks. in italy every city has its dialect and thus have unique vocabulary/slang besides regular italian.

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ALSO GOOD: BUCKLED - Dude her face was buckled.

Not sure if it's regional, but me and a bunch of friends say "Goof Troop." Like that girl is goof troop, or she's in the goof troop.

Also, instead of "Bootsy" we just say "Boot." Like if something is bootlegged or just shitty. "That shirt's boot man" or "Ugh, this slice is fuckin boot"

Boot is also sometimes vomit. "Oh shit, this kid's fitna boot!" Yak is also vomit.

Oh yeah, fitna. It's like "Fitting to" Like "I'm fitna go soon man"

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a fag is a cigarette.

so next time ur in the uk, and someone says"let me have a suck o your fag"

dont offer your gay friend, but pass them your cigarette.

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a fag is a cigarette.

so next time ur in the uk, and someone says"let me have a suck o your fag"

dont offer your gay friend, but pass them your cigarette.

Eugene Mirman has a bit where a British girl walks up and asks for a fag and he says "ugh, in America we say faggot!"

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The word 'hella' is mostly Northern California, most people will give you shit for saying it here in SoCal.

Orange County

gnarly-cool, awesome, extreme

shatted- bummer, in a bad mood

crip- good; i.e. "That place has some crip burritos."

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I prefer divine

"well I never!"

Used when shocked by someone's awful outfit. Often accompanied by your monocle flying off your face and landing in your champagne.

ie: "look at that gentleman's supreme box cap. By jove, I think it's the same one that you are wearing!" "well I never!"

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maybe you dirty new yawkers can confirm this or not

because i think you guys say "fierce" like five times a sentence.

"oh man it so fierce last night at the club, i went up to these fierce lookin' girls and laid my game down fierce."

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^fierce and tight are probably interchangeable in that context.

or maybe even shexy.

yeah, i know at least one new yawker who'd probably say something like

"oh man it so shexy last night at the club, i went up to these shexy lookin' girls and laid my game down shexy."

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this was a new one on me. "motorboating" aka when you see a pair of breasts so nice you just want to stick your head in between them and shake your head, thus making a noise like a motorboat.

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next level shit: "no homo"

to be used ad nauseum a few weeks between resolving to come out of the closet and actually outing yourself

pioneered by boise's underground gay scene in an attempt to decrease shock-related hate crimes

dont sleep on it

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fierce and wicked are both an english-thing. ( i think ) I first heard it used in london years ago.

munter-equivalent to 'fu-gly'

baps- slang for tits (short for burger bun tops)

mince-usually a 'gay' ref 'mincing about the bar' acting 'camp'

hectic-when things are too much, people to much, mental overload

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