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Next in an ongoing series on York County-isms Quick: Ex. “Do you want to run to the store quick?” or “Let the dog out quick before we go.” This is very similar to awhile, in the you drop it on the end of sentences to signify someone should get on

What about butter bread? And dippy eggs? And sock feet? These Yorkisms seem to stem from yet another chance to drop a word or a syllable. Not “feet with socks” or “bread with butter” for us. No, why not just reverse it and save? “Dippy eggs” would be slightly different,

Any memories of what used to be the North Mall (where The Crossroads or Manchester Crossroads is now) in Manchester Township, on Route 30? Although it was still primarily a strip mall, there used to be an indoor part where you went from one level to the other, and in

I got a lot of responses on my “awhile” post, with enough other Yorkisms suggested to keep me posting for a long time. Thanks to everyone who wrote and posted comments! One that drew a few comments was It’s all. Most people said this is also a Lancaster County thing;