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91. Please?: The unique Cincinnati way of saying 'pardon me?'  
92. Harriet Beecher Stowe: The Harriet Beecher Stowe House is now a cultural and historical site in Cincinnati, dedicated to the author known ...  
93. A Taste of Julia's: A popular and affordable soul food restaurant.  
94. Aunt Flora's Cobblers and Down Home Diner: A full-service diner offering famous fruit cobblers, meat pies, and healthy soul food.  
95. Pony Keg: A drive-through store.  
96. Macy's Music Festival: One of the largest and longest running R&B festivals, hosted by the city of Cincinnati.  
97. Ohio River: Separates Cincinnati from Kentucky, and spanned by a lovely pedestrian bridge.  
98. Graeter's: A huge ice cream parlor in the downtown area, located at Fountain Square.  
99. Putz's Creamy Whip: An institution among ice cream vendors, serving the West Side of Cincinnati since 1938.  
100. Excite, The: Part of the American Indoor Soccer League. They play at the Tri-County Sportsplex on the largest indoor soccer fie...  
101. Jungle Jim's: Jungle Jim's International Market is a warehouse-sized food store/shopping complex that features an unbelievable se...  
102. CincyLatino: In July, the CincyLatino organization puts on a well-attended festival celebrating Latino culture in Cincinnati.  
103. Argosy Casino: One of the most popular riverboat casino in the world; on the Ohio River.  
104. Pyramid Hill: One of the few sculpture parks in the United States, with 265 acres and 45 sculptures for your viewing pleasure.  
105. Taft Museum of Arts: One of the finest small art museums in America, and a National Historic Landmark.  
 
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While outsiders might assume you can borrow money from your buddy and he will lend it to you, in Wisconsin we borrow everything. i.e. "Can you borrow me ten bucks?" "No, sorry. I can't borrow it to you 'cuz then I won't have enough left for the brat fry."

A shortened form for Mall of America, standing for big, frickin' mall. See also: MOA.

Common nickname for the Pennsylvanian Railroad.

1. Hafa Adai (pronounced "half a day") is "hello" in Guam's native Chamorro language. It's used more or less the same way as "aloha" is used as a greeting on the Hawaiian Islands.

2. Can also be close to "what's up" in its meaning. Just "hafa" is often used, but it's the informal usage.

Used in the children's game Duck, Duck, Gray Duck elsewhere in the States the chosen child is called "Goose" as in Duck, Duck, Goose.