You know how to pronounce “Towson.”

You remember what the Inner Harbor looked like before it was the Inner Harbor.

You have eaten at Haussner’s.

You love the Domino Sugar sign you can see across the harbor.

You know B&O is not body odor.

You remember that downtown smelled great near McCormicks.

Every kitchen has a can of Old Bay.

You refer to your state as “Marilyn.”

You know where “Downey Ocean” is.

You know how to eat steamed crabs, but also know how to tell the males from the females.

You don’t think that Assawoman Bay is a strange name.

M. R. Ducks makes perfect sense.

Everybody knows what a “zink” and “payment” are.

Anywhere else, you can only laugh when you see signs saying “Maryland Crab Cakes!”

You say “Blare Road” for Bel Air Road.

You remember Jerry Turner and Al Sanders.

You remember Oprah and Richard Sher together in the mornings on Channel 13.

You know which bridge their talking about when someone says, “The bridge traffic is backed up.”


One Response to you know you’re from maryland when:

  1. Lisa says:

    or when you don’t even blink when a waitress calls you “hon!”

    or when someone says “Double T” and your mouth begins to water…

    or when you can tell people about the time your car (yes, car) got stuck in high tide in Fells Point…