Mark Wahlberg Massachusetts Slang
The people that brought you Massachusetts Top 50 Slang Words, are back with The World Of Mark Wahlberg Massachusetts Slang.
You can argue that the Wahlberg’s of Dorchester created Massachusetts slang. Or at least enhanced it, with their national notoriety.
As we have discussed many times before, our state, and our people possess a unique speaking style. Our manner of speaking has been used in countless Hollywood productions. We have gotten so good at spotting fake Massachusetts accents, it’s become hours of internet click bait.
Another movie that missed the mark when it comes to an authentic Boston accent, was Thirteen Days, starring Kevin Costner. Costner plays Kenneth O’Donnell, who was the special assistant to President John F. Kennedy. This movie focused on The Cuban Missile Crisis. The real O’Donnell was born in Worcester, but Costner’s forced accent fell far short of authentic. Bruce Greenwood, played JFK and did a much better job at the famous Kennedy, New England accent. Despite the fake Costner accent, I enjoyed the movie.
Last November, my blog sharing Massachusetts top 50 slang words could be my most successful blog EVER, with thousands of views. It still does well today! But WHY? Maybe our own, special language, makes us feel closer to our childhood, closer to home, closer to who we really are.
Watch Mark Wahlberg Teach Us
We found a recent Vanity Fair video with Marky Mark schooling us on how we must speak if we live here. Enjoy with caution! Mark uses his best Dorchester-ese, complete with profanity. If there are kids in the room, turn it down, or UP. Your choice. Do you know what jimmies are?
So, let’s take our deep dive into The World Of Mark Wahlberg Massachusetts Slang.
You may be surprised of what Mark thinks of the word, Masshole. After you watch the video, see the Massachusetts TOP 50 Slang words below! Did we leave any out?
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