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#1

You ask your roommate how the weather is today, and he replies, “It’s brick.” What would the weatherman say?

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  • Very cold, freezing.

  • Perfectly mild and slightly breezy.

  • Hot and humid.

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#2

While the rest of the world uses “dumb” as an adjective, New York uses it as an adverb. When would you use it?

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  • To indicate negativity.

  • To express astonishment.

  • To emphasize, like “very” or “really.”

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#3

New York’s tap water is surprisingly safe to drink. But if someone’s “thirsty,” they’re not looking for a bottle of Poland Springs. What does this word mean in the Big Apple?

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  • Drunk

  • Desperate

  • Ambitious

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#4

Everyone likes to have more moolah. Which is NOT a word New Yorkers use for money?

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  • Guap

  • Paper

  • Tinsel

  • Cake

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#5

If your friend boasts that he’s “gully,” what does he claim to be?

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  • Overly authentic or genuine

  • Stylish and dressed well

  • Making lots of money

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#6

A whip is not just a tool of pain! What do New Yorkers call a “whip?”

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  • Dominant wife or girlfriend

  • Nice car

  • Coffee with steamed milk

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