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Translate please: Pakkanabs

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by JayFarrar, Jul 30, 2008.

  1. JayFarrar

    JayFarrar Well-Known Member

    So if someone, a native-born American, said, that they were going to the store for a "pakkanabs" or some "nabs"
    Would you have any idea what they were talking about?
  2. Inky_Wretch

    Inky_Wretch Well-Known Member

    Pack of nabs = pack of peanut butter and crackers

  3. writing irish

    writing irish Active Member

    I would have presumed it to be an Indian subcontinent import of some sort. Like curry-flavored papadam or fried nan traingles with garlic powder.
  4. JayFarrar

    JayFarrar Well-Known Member

    I would have thought some sort of Indian food as well.
  5. Inky_Wretch

    Inky_Wretch Well-Known Member

    Jay, it's a good thing you know somebody like me who is down with the lingo of the street.
  6. zeke12

    zeke12 Guest

  7. Inky_Wretch

    Inky_Wretch Well-Known Member

    To my mother?
  8. Sam Mills 51

    Sam Mills 51 Active Member

    Yes. Instantly.

    My grandfather eats "nabs" at a blinding rate. And that's what he calls them, not cheese and peanut butter crackers. Nabs.
  9. zeke12

    zeke12 Guest

    To ya moms.
  10. JayFarrar

    JayFarrar Well-Known Member

    Yes, when I think of someone young and hip to the kids, I often think of Inky.
  11. The Granny

    The Granny Guest

    Top notch!
  12. Songbird

    Songbird Well-Known Member

    isnt it inkslice?
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