Bostonians have an undeniably distinct accent. Even if you've never stepped foot in the city, you've seen the movies. The Departed, Good Will Hunting, Mystic River, Ted - all solid representations of the city's recognizable (and highly imitated) linguistics. But aside from dropping the Rs (chowadah = chowder), pronouncing multiple words as one (howahyah? = how are you) and adding Rs back on to words where they shouldn't be (soder = soda), Boston has a few slang terms that might require further definition.\nWicked\nDefinition: Synonymous with "very" or "really." Used to describe add emphasis to an adjective.\nSentence: There's no chance I'm leaving the apartment today, it's wicked cold.\nTownie\nDefinition: A native to neighborhoods in the Boston area, like Charlestown and Dorchester.\nSentence: The bar was packed with townies.\nPackie\nDefinition: A liquor store.\nSentence: I'll be over in ten, just gotta stop at the packie first.\nBubbler (pronounced bubblah)\nDefinition: A drinking fountain.\nSentence: If you're thirsty just go grab a sip from the bubblah.\nDunks\nDefinition: Boston's favorite coffee shop, Dunkin' Donuts - also referred to as Dunkin'.\nSentence: I'm stopping at Dunks, anyone want anything?\nCellar (pronounced cellah)\nDefinition: The basement.\nSentence: I can't find that old box anywhere, will you go check down cellar?\nGrinder (pronounced grindah)\nDefinition: A sandwich or a hoagie.\nSentence: I'll pick up a couple of grinders for lunch.\nSupper (pronounced suppah)\nDefinition: Dinner.\nSentence: I think Johnny's coming over for supper tonight.\nBang a Uey\nDefinition: AKA, take a U-turn.\nSentence: Drive past the gas station and bang a uey.\nBarrel\nDefinition: Garbage bin or trash can.\nSentence: Can you throw all that in the barrel, it's a mess in here.\nClicker (pronounced clickah)\nDefinition: The remote control.\nSentence: Hand me the clicker, this show is awful.\nParlor (pronounced pahlah)\nDefinition: The living room.\nSentence: Everyone's in the parlor watching the game.\nThe Pike\nDefinition: The Massachusetts Turnpike.\nSentence: It's not far, just take the pike.\nThe Cape\nDefinition: Cape Cod.\nSentence: We're going to the Cape for the weekend.\nNo Suh\nDefinition: As in, no sir. An expression of shock or disbelief, like "no way?!"\nSentence: No suh, that did not happen!\nYah huh\nDefinition: The correct response to "no suh,"\nSentence: Yah huh it did happen!\nThe Hub\nDefinition: Boston = the hub (and not beantown). Comes from 19th century Oliver Wendell Holmes description of Boston State House, "the center of the solar system."\nSentence: I can't wait to get back to the hub, it's been way too long.