A phrase that is stereotypically attributed to people from Maine, usually by people in the lower New England states to feel superior to our Northern neighbors (like we don't talk funny enough). It has to be said with a northern Maine accent: "there" is pronounced "they-ahh" and "here" is pronounced "hee-yahhhh." The "you" is implied and does not need to be said.
An interjection used by people in New Hampshire. Sometimes the "dude" has other words between it before the "guy". Sometimes the "guy" directly follows the "dude." Sometimes the order is reversed. Occasionally heard spoken by massholes.
Dude guy... 59 bud lites guy... flyin out the T-Tops guy... 150 miles per hour dude.
A person who cannot drive worth shit because they only drive two weeks out of the year when they vacation on the Cape. They usually can be spotted driving slower than your grandmother and being passed by little kids on bicycles.
What the fuck, how'd I get behind this fuckin New Yorker??