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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by OStateMan, Mar 8, 2012.
Because it's one helluva "speed trap". The cops drive BMW SUV's for a reason.
Harrah and Ada - Oklahoma's only two palindrome towns
I am an OSU grad in the city of Despair (Des Peres) in a state of Misery (Missouri).
...quit pretending to be smart...
I'm curious how many of you can pronounce Vici correctly. . .
Speaking of mis-pronounciations it is fun to watch the weather channel during severe weather season and listen to their meterologists butcher Oklahoma town names.
Geez... Wappy..... what a dump of a town but somehow they still have a high school that graduated like 8-10 people. Half are girls and they are all attractive. Made no sense to me!
You can always tell the new guys. . .
Muskogee and Okmulgee always messes them up pretty good
Chickasha, gets them every time.
Tishomingo! Just the nickname "Tish" is sorta neat I've always thought....
Lots of odd named towns around here in our county (Johnston Co.)
When storms hit Dewey County, the new guys always butcher the town names. Vici, Taloga, and Cestos get them every time. Seiling is pretty much the only one they get right.
^^^born and raised !!
the girls there are called "geronahoes"
Canute!! The clear winner!!
I'm from Liberal... At least speaking English is still a priority in Boise City.
We drove through Falfurrias, Texas, over spring break. Like saying it, but don't know if I'm saying it right ... Fal-furry-us? Fall-Furry-ass? Fal-fury-ass?
Never been there, but it reminds me of what those idiots at Whataburger call me after they forget my fries: Full-fury-ass.