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46. tapped: Tapped - You're broke, no money.  
47. gutta: Gutta - I gutta go to the store.  
48. summah: June, July and August. EX: "Thank God summah's finally heeya":.  
49. wintah: November-April: 6 months of snow, rain, ice, wind and darkness.  
50. Spring: May 1st-31st.  
51. Fall (no one calls it Autumn): October 1st-31st.  
52. bastid: derogatory name for anything/anybody: EX: "Those bastids booted my cah again".  
53. peatzer: Pizza  
54. Leaser: Not to be confused with a person who leases an apartment, Leaser is Bostonian for anyone with the name Lisa.  
55. North Shore (north shoah): Chelsea, Reveah, , Malden, Lynn, Saugus, Salem Etc. Any town north of Boston adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean or pret...  
56. Reveah: City north of Boston named for Paul Revere. EX: "I'm takin' my buddy to The Squiya in Reveah for his batchella paht...  
57. METS: Metropolitan District Commission (MDC) Police. Parks and recreation police absorbed into the staties years ago. EX:...  
58. 10-Speed: Street racing bicycle with multiple gears. Before the 80's the technology only allowed 10 speeds. EX: "Ma, I'm gonn...  
59. keggah: Drunken party featuring keg(s) of beer.  
60. People's Republic of Cambridge: People jokingly refer to Cambridge as the "People's Republic" because of its left-leaning residents.  
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A popular breakfast food in New England; a pancake made with cornmeal, generally served with butter and/or maple syrup. And to the gluten-free...a good cause for celebration (and a visit to Rhode Island)!

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Runner's World named the Crazylegs one of the 100 races. Crazylegs was started in 1981 and was named in honor of the then-Athletic Director Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch, a Wausau native and former professional running back...

A term for Detroit coined by former president Franklin Roosevelt during the second World War to describe the transition of the Ford Motor Company's production from cars to tanks.