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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by lethal tupperwa, Oct 31, 2002.
Proud graduate of Slippery Rock University here.
Overbrook High-Philadelphia, pee-ay
Temple U. also Philadelphia, pee-ay
where did youse guys go to school?
Laurel High School-New Castle, Pee-Ay
Slippery Rock University-Slippery Rock, Pee-Ay
Pennsbury High-Fairless Hills, Pee-Ay
Penn State-State College, Pee-Ay
lt, My wifes mothers side is from The Shenendoah Valley area and Philadelphia/Bucks County areas. That is some funny stuff;i ;i ;i
Her fathers side is from Brooklyn, NY (her side is all Irish). My side are all guineas (as my grandfather used to say "From the Ol' Country). What family reunions we have;g . Thanks lt, I'm definately going to use these. My best, Eddie
I went to visit her family in the Shenendoah Valley area and we went for breakfast on a Sunday morning and it took us an hour and a half to hit the nearest IHOP and guess what? They were closed because everyone was in church. They didn't open til noon. We passed one town that had a sign that said Welcome to _______! (I forget the name now) Pop. 3. Right after the sign there was a gas station and a house, and on the front porch of the house was a guy his wife and daughter. And another sign about 200 feet down the road from the first sign "Thanks for coming!" Honest! I felt like I was on the Twilight Zone and stepped back 100 years. It was fun though and the people were real nice. It was just too quiet and after three or four days I wanted to come back to CT. It was real nice country though that's for sure! Eddie
Younz, or younz guys *appropriate for men or women*
the adverb "to be" is not proper, to say "the car needs washed" is proper
and many more i've probably forgotten since i've moved to florida...
Oh god how true...
North Penn High School Lansdale, PA
a few summer classes at "Montco" Blue Bell, PA
And I never though any of this was wierd....
All so true...except for cold pizza. That is barbaric.
Tulpehocken Area HS - Bernville, PA
Penn State University - University Park, PA
Hey younzes, eating cold pizza the next day is a burgh (not burg) thing. Plus it also depends on the pizza.
Thanks lethal tupperwa. This is good stuff. It was very nice meeting you and your wife and we hope to see you again sometime.
I found a store that sells Scrapple here in Ca.
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Ahhhh! The memories of youth!
But you missed one:
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I got a couple of hex signs on my shed.
I graduated from the University of Illinois. You should be proud to know that the announcer always gave the score of the Slippery Rock football game at the halftime of our game! They most often received a resounding round of applause from the crowd.
Oh, and I'm a real birch beer fan, too. Lots of old memories in this post.
whats dippy eggs ?
Swede, now that you mentioned it...yeah I did get my first taste of Birch Beer in PA...that is so funny! Thanks, Eddie.
Central York SHS, York, PA
PSU, State College, PA.
My god, that was refreshing. I've been living in upstate NY for 6 years now. I miss good dippy eggs, birch beer, and scrapple. Oh, and my car needs washed. And (one that was missed - at least for South Central Pee Ay), the pizza is all, so no cold pizza for breakfast.
...the only spices you have in your cabinet are Katchup and Mustard Salt and Pepper. People say the word heynah and you understand it. LOL
The yolks are runny so you can dip your toast into them.