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16. Carriage: Shopping cart.  
17. Grasshopper: A vegan restaurant on North Beacon Street, in the Allston-Brighton area of Boston.  
18. Corrupt Midget: Nickname for former state Senate President and former University of Massachusetts President William Bulger.  
19. Northeastah: Very bad windy storm spinning off the coast causing ferocious northeast winds. EX: "Mary, get the shovels outta th...  
20. 18-1: The New England Patriots' record in 2007 after going a perfect 16-0 in the regular season. It's a joke that non-Pat...  
21. Polio Water: Stinky water from the gutters that mixes with garbage. Don't step in the polio water, or else the polio smell will ...  
22. suppah: dinner  
23. Coke: Any type of soda.  
24. Nickel Chasers: Taxi cabs.  
25. Beantown: Locals never actually call it Beantown. That's how we know you're from out of town.  
26. Bostonian: What one would call a resident of Boston.  
27. Cantab: Nickname of what people that live in Cambridge are called.  
28. Salemite: People from Salem, MA.  
29. Big Papi: Big Papi is the nickname for superstar DH for the Red Sox, David Ortiz. Big Papi has been a media darling in Boston...  
30. Bo Sox: Bo Sox is short for the Boston Red Sox. The 'Bo' part is highly unnecessary in Boston, as Bostonians will never ref...  
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Many houses built in the inner city of Milwaukee that have a second or sometimes third unit in the lower bottom of the house sometimes known in other areas as the basement.

Term for the organized carpooling system in San Francisco where carpoolers meet at a designated spot and share rides. Started in the mid 1970s when oil prices were sky-high, casual car pools are not run by an established organization, but are rather arranged ad hoc and continue on tradition. People involved will know the pickup and drop-off points, as well as the rules--the most important of which is that there's no money exchanged between drivers and riders.

House of Paign refers to Assembly Hall, the home of the University of Illinois basketball teams.

A holiday, similar to Valentine's Day, celebrated the third Saturday in October. This holiday was invented by candy confectioners to sell more candy, but it is taken pretty seriously in Milwaukee.

32 ounces of soda, normally obtained at a drive-thru window at a gas station. "Let's drive-thru for some 32s"