An attempt to pass off incorrect usage or misspelling of a word or phrase as slang unique to one's own region. Most frequently used when the two people conversing do not live in close proximity to one another.
"You're a real donkie, you know that, Taylor?"
"Donkie? You mean, 'donkey'."
"No, I mean donkie. We say it all the time in Ontario, though I wouldn't expect you to know that."
"Mm. Well, Hannah is from Ontario and she's never used it before."
"Oh yeah? Hannah is from Toronto. We only use it in Scarborough."
by RaspberryFoxtrot August 16, 2005

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