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AKA - Darling. A universal
form of address. Used by women to refer to both sexes, men towards
Not the stuff
they gutted out ya house afta da storm! It's the residue of broken
up Roast Beef in the gravy left over after the big pieces of meat are
gone used to make a "Debris Po'Boy"
DIXIE - Famous song of
the South published in New Orleans and the local brew.
, MAKE DODO
- A coin,
approximately the size of a silver dollar, usually made of aluminum and
thrown from Mardi Gras floats by the parade riders. Each Krewe
(Organization) throws a
new version each year.
DOWN DA ROAD
Lower St. Bernard Parish down St. Bernard Highway.
DRESSED - A sandwich or po-boy, "dressed" indicates lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and mayonnaise
(AKA-Mynez). Also known as "dragged through da garden"
THEATRE - You could "Do It At the Do" and other drive-in theatres in the
New Orleans area, such as the Skyview, Airline, Westgate, St. Bernard
and others until the early eighties. Light your pic because the
mosquitos are biting and let the rest of the kids out the trunk.
The concession stand will close in five minutes!