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You can take the boy out of Boston, but ...

License plate reading WKDPSSA

Guy was tooling around the South End today in a pickup with Georgia plates sending a message only Bostonians would get.

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I don't get it.

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It wasn't clicking for me after staring at it for a bit, but yeah, now it's obvious.

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n/t

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The first person I ever heard say that was from Pembroke. To her Boston was practically a foreign country. I met her in Vermont, and she probably knew Vermont better than she did Boston.

Let me also say that she was wicked smart, and wicked beautiful. And sometimes just wicked.

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Strangely, one of the few adjectives that wicked-as-adverb doesn’t seem to modify is wicked-as-adjective...

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I grew up in MA exurbs where a trip to Boston was a once-in-a-lifetime event for many residents, but I was well familiar with the expression 'Wicked pissa'.

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How do we know it’s a boy?

Might have been his mama’s truck.

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because the RMV might object. (License plate rules tend to be pretty strict.) But GA officials may not have known what it meant.

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Nothing to do with the message, everything to do with the 6 character limitation.

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As someone who grew up in JP in the late 70s and hasn't left and who has been told by my friends that I could stand at Logan and get $5 from tourists to just here a real Boston accent, I can assure you that "Wikkidpissah" went out with the Valley Girl shit. Now excuse me while I get Awwwl fukktup!

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And asked where your from while out of state. Most people say Boston. Drives me insane when I ask what part. Springfield?

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