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Rasta Gnawi
boston, ma Massachusetts USA
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08:29:54 AM Monday Aug 8, 2005


I woke up this morning dreading the feeling at noon when the heat and humidity will be in full bloom. I took a look at the mirror before shaving. There is nothing wrong and an ungroomed appearance. So I walked out the door unshaved and with hair undone. This will be my social experiment for the week. Let's see how my meetings go this week.

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11:41 am    August 8, 2005

hudhud message
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i've heard and used purty since i was little, but i think it's more like a rural slang way of saying "pretty", sometimes city ppl say it sarcastically to make fun of country ppl or to belittle something/some one.

rasta tell us how your experiment goes ;-)

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10:37 am    August 8, 2005

Adnane Ben. message
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I never heard purty before, I thought it was pretty misplet, but it was pretty. american heritage dictionary says: ...For example, the word third used to be thrid, and bird, brid. By the same process, English pretty often came to be realized as purty in regional speech. Most such words stabilized because of the influence of printing and the resultant standardized spelling, but purty for pretty has survived in regional American dialects.
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10:29 am    August 8, 2005
frenchie
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As long as you are clean shaven and hair is all purty for the 19th, who cares about meetings this week.
-j
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