After the NyTimes gets done with Boston

Well, the Times and real-estate brokers, that is. Look at the new name for Boston's southernmost neighborhood, though and tell me that isn't pretty close to how the locals already pronounce it.

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Death before SoBo.

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LeDi

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No iDistrict?

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No iDistrict?

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I think JP

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Should be abbreviated WaCa "Wannabe Cambridge"

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I lost it at...

All-Bro!

At least it speaks truth: there's alot of bro-dudes in All-Bro.

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Oh, same

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I don't care at all for the rest, but this one's disturbingly fitting.

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The one for Neponset Circle...

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...reminds me of that company that does the dining hall concessions at a lot of colleges. Sodexho or something like that?

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We attended the SoWa Art

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We attended the SoWa Art Walk.... to some it is sowa
In some places, the neighborhood rebranding battle is already lost to the real estate brokers and their hipster allies.

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No homo?

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I live in J-Play, BoMa, UnSt, on the world called PlEa, in a star system where the center is the SunSol. But at the micro level I like to call my house homo, because it is a household that is a little bit queer and a whole lot gay, I mean happy of course.

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There's a stretch along Dot

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There's a stretch along Dot Av from Savin Hill Av to Adams St where one can get GOOD PHO.

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My favorite place

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to get PhoBo (pho bowl is Pho So #1

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SOBO?

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Sobo is the street name for a certain drug that stops addicts
from getting sick. I have yet to hear a single person use it in reference to the neighborhood.

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