1. The Red Sox World Series win was, and will
always be, one of the greatest moments in your
2. The guy driving in front of you is going 70 mph
and you're swearing at him for going too slow.
3. When ordering a tonic, you mean a Coke.
4. You went to Canobie Lake Park or Water Country
as a kid.
5. You actually enjoy driving around rotaries.
6. You do not recognize the letter 'R' as a part
of the English language.
7. Your social security number starts with a zero.
8. You can actually find your way around the
streets of Boston .
9. You know what a 'regular' coffee is.
10. You keep an ice scraper in your car
11. You can tell the difference between a Revere
accent and a Dorchester accent.
12. Springfield is located 'way out west.'
13. You almost feel disappointed if someone
doesn't flip you the bird when you cut them off or
steal their parking space.
14. You know how to pronounce the names of towns
like Worcester, Billerica, Gloucester, Peabody and
15. Anyone you don't know is a potential idiot
until proven otherwise.
16. Paranoia sets in if you aren't within eyeshot
of a Dunkin Donuts or CVS Pharmacy at all times.
17. You have driven to New Hampshire on a Sunday
just to buy alcohol.
18. You know how to pronounce Yastrzemski.
19. You know there's a trophy at the end of the
20. You order iced coffee in January.
21. You know that the Purple Line will take you
22. You love scorpion bowls.
23. You know what they sell at a packie.
24. Sorry Manny, but number 24 means DEWEY EVANS.
25. You know what First Night is.
26. You know at least one guy named Sean, Pat,
Whitey, Red, Bud or Seamus. Bonus: You know how to
27. McLobster = McCrap
28. You know at least 2 cops in 20 in your town because
they were your high school drinking buddies.
29. You know there are 6 New England states, but
that Connecticut really doesn't count.
30. You give incomprehensible directions to
tourists, feel bad when they drive off, but then
say to yourself, 'Ah, screw them!'
31. You know at least one bar where you can get
something to drink after last call.
32. You hate the Kennedys, but you vote for them
33. You know holding onto the handrail when riding
the Green Line is not optional.
34. The numbers 1978 and 1986 make you cringe.
35. You've been to Goodtimes.
36. You think the rest of the country owes you for
Thanksgiving and Independence Day. (...and they
37. You have never actually been to 'Cheers.'
38. The words ' WICKED' and 'GOOD' go together.
39. You've been to Fenway Park .
40. You've gone to at least one party at U Mass.
41. You own a 'Yankees Suck' shirt or hat.
42. You know what a frappe is.
43. You've been to Hempfest.
44. You know who Frank Averuch is.
45. Bonus: You know Frank Averuch was once Bozo
46. You can complete the following: 'Lynn, Lynn,
47. You get pissed off when a restaurant serves
clam chowder, and it turns out to be friggin'
48. You actually know how to merge from six lanes
of traffic down to one.
49. The TV weatherman is damn good if he's right
25% of the time.
50.. You never go to Cape Cod, you go 'down ta the
Bonus: People that live in Wareham say you are on
Cape Cod when actually you have to go over the
bridges to be on Cape Cod .
51. You think that Roger Clemens and Johnny Damon
are more evil than Whitey Bulger.
52. You know who Whitey Bulger is.
53. You went to the Swan Boats, House of Seven
Gables, or Plymouth Plantation on a field trip in
54. Bobby Orr is loved as much as Larry Bird, Tom
Brady, and Ted Williams. Maybe more.
55. You remember Major Mudd.
56. You know what candlepin bowling is.
57. You can drive from the mountains to the ocean
all in one day.
58. You know Scollay Square once stood where
Government Center is.
59. When you were a kid, Rex Trailer was the coolest guy around.
60. You remember the words to "Boom Town".
61. Calling Carrabba's an 'Italian' restaurant is
62. You still have your old Flexible Flyer
somewhere in your parents' attic.
63. You know that the Mass Pike is some sort of
strange weather dividing line.
64. The only time you've been on the Freedom
Trail is when relatives are in town.
65. The Big Dig tunnel disaster wasn't a surprise.
66. You call guys you've just met 'Chief' or
67. 4:15 pm and pitch black out means only 3 more
shopping days until Christmas.
68. You know more than one person with the last
69. You refer to Savin Hill as 'Stab 'n Kill.'
70. You've never eaten at Durgin Park, but
recommend it to tourists.
71. You can't look at the zip code 02134 without
72. You voted for a Republican Mormon as Governor
just to screw with the rest of the country.
73. 11 pm? Drunk? It means one thing: Kowloons!
74. 2 am? Drunk? It means one thing: Kelly's Roast
Beef! The one on Revere Beach , not the one on
75. 5 am? Drunk? It means one thing: You wish you
had a blanket in your back seat.
76. You know that P-Town isn't the name of a new
77. People you don't like are all 'bastids.'
78. You took off school or work for the Patriots'
first Super Bowl Win Parade.
79. You've called something 'wicked pissa.'
80. You'll always get razzed for Dukakis. And rightfully so - the piece of crap.
81. Saturday afternoons meant Creature Double
Feature with Dale Dorman.
82. Sunday mornings meant The Three Stooges on
83. You've slammed on your brakes to deter a
84. No, you don't trust the Gorton's Fisherman.
85. You know that Papa Gino's usually has a
86. You think Aerosmith is the greatest rock band
of all time. J Geils was even better
87. Your town has at least 6 pizza and roast beef
shops. Or chinese.
88. You know at least three Tony's, one Vinnie and
89. 20 degrees is downright balmy as long as
there's no wind -- then it gets wicked cold.
90. You were very sad when saying goodbye to the
Boston Garden .
91. Thanksgiving means family, turkey, High School
football, and the long version of Alice's
92. You know the guy who founded the Boston Pops
was named Athah Feedlah.
93. You know what the Combat Zone is.
94. You'll actually drive 45 minutes to New
Hampshire to save $5 in sales tax.
95. You've pulled out of a side street and used
your car to block oncoming traffic so you can make
96. You've bragged about the money you've saved at
the Christmas Tree Shop.
97. You've been to Hampton Beach on a Saturday
98. Playing street hockey was a daily after school
99. Hearing an old lady shout 'Numbah 96 for Sioux
City !' means it's time for steak.
100. You remember Jordan Marsh, Raymond's,
Filene's, Grants, Bradlees, Caldor, Zayres, or Ann
& Hope. Almy's,Gilcrest's, Kings, and Kennedy's.