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I have no idea. Also, Bostonians, like Nooyawkas, often leave out consonants in their rush to get words out, in particular, d's and t's at the end of words.
So " so don't I " is more properly pronounced "So doan I," real-estate brokers babble on about houses with "plenny a chahm" and we get such phrases as onna-conna. Place names The quickest way massachhusettes convince girls chat random native that you're just a tourist is to refer to "the Public Gardens" even if you pronounce it "Public Gahdens" or "the Boston Commons.
The pronunciation of many other Massachusetts locations bears little resemblance to their spelling; to avoid the chat panama that the natives are snickering at you behind your back, take The Massachusetts Quiz. And never, never call Boston "Beantown;" it grates on the local ears sort of like "Frisco" does on the ears of San Francisco residents.
Neighborhood variations There is actually more than one Boston English. Some people grew up referring to long sandwiches as "spuckies;" other people, equally long of Boston tooth, say there is no such word.