Origin: Western PA / Monongahela Valley area of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Derivation from "You" and "Hunk" or "Hunky". Referrring to the Eastern European / Bohemian ethnicity (Slovaks, Poles, Hungarians, Russo-Slavic, et al) of the majority of 19th and 20th Century immigrants to work in the steel mills and coal mines. Bohunk is also sometimes used to describe the mixed / general ethnicity. Millhunk refers to one who works or has worked in one of the steel mills or foundries in the Greater Pittsburgh area.
Dickie M: Hey Yunk! You goin' dahntahn or over to Fuzzy's?
Bob K: Naw, goin' with Tuddy to have a few. Yunk - you should come aht too.
slang word for a penis that i've only heard used in the Mon Valley area of PA (this is located along the river in the old steel towns in the counties south of Pittsburgh)
-I've gotta take a piss. I'd better whip out my piece
-My slut told me that i had a big piece.
-Shake you piece!
n. Informal; term of endearment used to call a lover. Usually used in a relationship by young people who would like to appear responsible and mature, naive girls, girls who want their boyfriends or sugar daddies to buy them something, cheaters and people overcompensating for a lack of real intimacy.
*Disclaimer: Term has proven to be extremely annoying in 99.9% of the cases mentioned above.
"Babe, you know I didn't sleep with her."
"Babe, I totally care about you, don't you know? Why else would I call you babe?"
"I call him babe because it makes me feel all growed up."
"C'mon baaabbeee, it's only 500 dollars"
A whisky originating from the Speyside region of the Scottish highlands. Considered amongst experts as a vile whisky. I truth whisky is down your pallette, drink what you want, when you want, and how you want i.e. Ice, water etc.
Great place to work and to relise: you aren't (e.g.) Speyside a part of Scotland, you're Scotland a part of the world.....so get out there and live the world arond you and stop complaining!
"Mon' the Fiddich"
"C'mon the Valley of the Deer"