prichard at LINFIELD.EDU
Fri Mar 23 20:53:41 UTC 2001
That was called a "thank-you, ma'am" in my father's family, which came
from NE Pennsylvania. A road full of thank-you, ma'ams needed repair.
> Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. I am trying to find out the origin of the term
> "yankee bump." A yankee bump is a bump on a sled riding hill that sends your
> sled flying in the air or it is a bump on a steep old country road that will
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