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31. didga: didga-"Did you"  
32. Newes From America: A restaurant at the Kelly House Inn, close to the Chappy Ferry in Edgartown. The Newes has a great, simple menu tha...
33. Edgartown Wharf: Edgartown Wharf sits on Edgartown Harbor, overlooking the water and provides excellent views of the Edgartown Light...  
34. Harbor View Hotel: The Harbor View Hotel is an award winning hotel overlooking the Edgartown Harbor and lighthouse. Aside from being a...  
35. pissah: really excellent; often combined with "wicked" (wicked-pissah)  
36. Boozie: A drunk. Someone who likes to get drunk. Someone who is getting drunk. EX:("Hey Boozie, why don't you chill out")  
37. Booze-bag: Drunk person. Female drunk person.EX: "She's a real Booze-bag"  
38. hookah: A Middle Eastern water pipe in most parts of the US, or a sex worker if pronounced by a Bostonian.  
39. Spuckie: I remember an Italian variety store and sandwich shop next to the Green Shoe factory. The workers used to come over...  
40. rokka: rokka-A rokka is a rocking chair.  
41. Tonic: Tonic---Coke, Pepsi, 7-up, ect...  
42. Waddaya: Waddya - As is "what do" you want.  
43. lemmie: lemmie - Let me  
44. wannah: wannah - As in "want to go to the beach"  
45. drink, The: The Drink - Booze/Alcohol "he has a problem with the drink"  
 
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Savannah has earned this somewhat dubious designation, probably due to the popularity of local 'ghost tours' among tourists.

For some reason, low-numbered license plates have become a status symbol in Rhode Island, to the point of a rash of illegal auctions taking place for these prestigious items.

The most famous event in New Orleans, essentially one humongous free party that includes a parade and costumed revelers, the latter of which are known for their reputed debauchery and prolific consumption of alcohol.

Old nickname for Milwaukee, esp. in the 19th century. The source of the nickname was the cream colored bricks once manufactured in Milwaukee.

(noun) Round dessert treat common throughout Maine consisting of a marshmallow filling in between two firm pieces of cake (usually chocolate). Its shape resembles a hamburger in a bun.