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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Twofingerlou, Feb 10, 2021.
Can I have a bag for the pop, please?
Ya'll don't seem to know your poke from a hole in the ground.
When you buy a pig, what do you buy him in? A pig goes in a poke for Pete's sake.
IT'S A PIG IN A POKE!
Poke. As in "pig in a poke", or a "poke of tobacco".
Only SE PA calls it a hoagie. NY & Great Lakes - Hero. Deep South - Po' Boy. The rest of the country - Sub.
Watched a documentary called The Harbor on amazon prime about Aberdeen. Definitely needed subtitles and at times even the subtitle writer just let things go.
Cart or buggy?
Count me in with the "Other". I call it a sandwich.
The one that drives me nuts is when people call a pizza a pie. This is a pie:
Paper sack is only proper when used to describe an event, example. I slept like a mouse in a paper sack!
That’s right, who would use a paper bag in a sack race?
I don't know about this. Living in Chicago in the 50s and 60s and Atlanta from 70s on, it's been none of the above, nor a hero either.
Always a sub.
My family always used bag for a laundry bag and any thing smaller. Bigger might be a sack. So when my grade school teachers told us to bring a "sack lunch", it always sounded strange to me.
Depends what's in it. Sack - nuts. Bag - everything else.
(It also has some other meanings, which may be confusing at times)
Upper Peninsula: 12 pack + a bug zapper = entertainment
Depending upon contents.
Bag of groceries.
Sack of fertilizer.
If it's paper, it's a bag.
A sack is where you keep your boys.