Everyday things that have totally different names throughout the US
When you travel from state to state in the USA, you can encounter some words that have totally different meanings in different areas. Read on to learn more about how everyday items are called throughout the country.
#1 A long sandwich with meat, vegetables and cheese
Anyway, in NYC it's called a hero.
In Pennsylvania, you will hear the word hoagie.
#2 A shopping cart
#3 Sugar strands
#4 A major road
#5 A water tap
#6 A flat cake
#7 A sofa
#8 Freshwater crustaceans which look like tiny lobsters
#9 Shoes designed for sports
#10 A carbonated drink
#11 Bugs that light up
Which of these words do you use? Do you know any other names for these things?
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