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Drunken phrase used by local New Englanders for the more common pardon me.
Tituba: "How much for this treasure?"
Person 2: "Ten dollars"
Tituba: "Par'me?"
Person 2: "Ten dollars"
Tituba: "Ten dollars? Ta!"
by negal01 January 16, 2007
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A New England local version of "pardon me." Commonly used by 50-something alcoholics that frequent garage sales and flea markets.
Tituba: "How much for this treasure?"
Seller: "Ten dollars"
Tituba: "Par'me?"
Seller: "Ten dollars!"
Tituba: "Ten bucks for this? Ta!"
by negal01 January 14, 2007

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