Hi! gotta 99 trans am from the DC metro area holla if ur in the area
"Holla"? Oh my. :rolleyes:
hey VA part of the dirrrty So ;)
hey, welcome to the boards
Say what? :!: :?:
since it was asked, here it is
hey ladyswarbird. welcome to the forums.
I live a mile up a holla and then turn right for a quarter mile up another holla. Does that count for a holla? But we call them hollers :P Welcome, hope you have a sense of humor or armor plate.
Or maybe both... LOL... Actually this is THE BEST moderated site I have ever seen... Even by just the members... Quick to regulate, etc. Anyway, I don't post much, I am more of the "read more, post less" philosophy, but sometimes I get a wild hair to say something, but I try not to say too much unless it will actually do someone good... This post, however, does not fall into that category, but owell... Nice to meet you all, and all that good stuff. :D
I speak wannabe ghetto so I will do my best to translate.
LadysWarbird said "Hey, Virginia is part of the "dirty" South."
First let me say I'm not calling yout interpretation wrong, but... The DC
metro area is part of the "dirty south"? You're kidding me right. It
might be south of Racine but where I live that's Yankee territory.
On another note, why would a nice white boy like you want to talk "ghetto"? :rolleyes:
Why would anyone want to talk ghetto :?: I believe ebonics is only accepted in CA.
nah nowadays ive noticed high schools all across the country, as well as the slummy areas of cities, are "accepted ghetto speak" areas.....its terrible. 8O
I guess what I meant was- in the school system.
yeah. sometimes I just have to step back and think...what went wrong??
lol, so dat means dat dis topic was da one fo tha dicussion of da G's?
*thinks* what the hell did I just say?
UM. me too :rolleyes:
unfortunately, i have found out that the Mason-Dixon line, is actually the
northern border of Maryland... (now, this is from unconfirmed sources, but
i believe i looked it up somewhere, don't care to put in enough effort to
tracking it down now, maybe i will later)
this gives Marylanders the option of calling themselves "southerners"
being a native Floridian, i wanna smack them when they do this
you can't even get decent grits here, so no, they are not southerners in any sense, other than technically
wow... i was right, that never happens... ;)
i overheard one guy i work with mention something along the lines of "man, i should have gone to the south a long time ago! this southern hospitality is awesome!" (he was talking about girls in a club i think...)
i was stunned by that statement.... i just sat there looking at him like an idiot for a few minutes
Hey, im new on this site, and i'd like to introduce mytself. My names
dustin, and i have a 1996 cavalier. I was wondering who else has one?.. I
would also like to ask for help with my car. The cavalier logo on the back
and front of the car, i'd like to take off..give it a custom feel. Anyone
know how i'd go about doing that?.... Thanks !
ok man. We have a forums called "indroduce youself" for a reason. Click the naked ladies link in my signature to get a driect link.
You should put some effort into it. All around you is excellent reference
on the Civil War, as many of the larger battles were fought fairly close to
us. As a transplanted Northwesterner (Seattle/Bremerton, WA area), I've
found it quite fascinating. Marylanders are decidedly not Yankees, but
you're right in that they aren't truly Southerners in the classic sense.
But, the area from Baltimre to DC and Northern Virginia is still Southern
There's a lot to be learned here about American history.
I'm sorry, maybe its just me, but why did Dustin decide to post a question in a completly different Thread that was over 5 months old???? :screwy:
errr.... no clue?
EDIT: I Believe he's introduced himself allready??? why twice?
Oh well.... some folks just plum puzzle other folks...
I know! I saw Vwhobo's name in there and i thought he returned :hi: but then i saw that the post was 5 months old...oh well :banghead:
He introduced himself after he made the post in here. Then, after he read my post above, he went and introduced himself the correct way (or atleast the way we encourage). The reason for him to introduce himself in here first, well, we may never know...
Ah...Right, Missed that :thumbs: