C'mon people! it is the damn blinker in your car.
"I have to put my directional on for this left hand turn"
Decked or Decked out, Dressed nicely. or liked "pimped out"
1. Man you got all decked out for the dance
2. You decked your car all out
supper, suppa, DINNER, the meal after lunch generally served around 6pm.
Maaa, what's for suppa?
People who collect in standouts at rotaries or on overpasses with campaign signs. Sometimes to advertise a menu, or just a sale.
(i guess it is a New England thing)
Look at that human billboard
if it is said in sarcastic tone then meaning it is a piece of shit.
::messy homework:: well that is some quality work.
A traffic circle. One of Massachusetts' two main contributions to the art of traffic regulation (the other being the red-and-yellow pedestrian-crossing light).
Note: Proper rotaries ah big, typically where several roads (two main roads) come together. They are not to be confused with roundabouts, which are cute, dainty little things used to "calm" traffic in subdivisions.
I just learned this was a New England thing, who knew.
Usually there are a lot of stores all around it, and like a little "green" in the center with some memorial.
becareful going through the rotary, you have to pay attention to right-of-way.
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