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1. Posted by grasshoppa (Full Member 202 posts) 10y

is there anyone here that lives in Rhode island or has visited it? I watch the show family guy and would like to know what it is like lol.

2. Posted by coldwarspy (Travel Guru 1108 posts) 10y

heya
i was born about 5 miles from Providence in Mass. Great show and i love seein the Rhode Island jokes!! James Woods!

The area is like any suburb in the North East, while Quahog doesnt exist its like most small towns in the area. but ive never seen a talkin dog anywhere in Rhode Island

3. Posted by grasshoppa (Full Member 202 posts) 10y

Quoting jeffG

heya
i was born about 5 miles from Providence in Mass. Great show and i love seein the Rhode Island jokes!! James Woods!

The area is like any suburb in the North East, while Quahog doesnt exist its like most small towns in the area. but ive never seen a talkin dog anywhere in Rhode Island

i suppose youd know better but i thought quohog was a real town. but yeh your probably right about the talking dog thing lol. It seems like a pritty good state... good schools etc a bit cold in winter tho i think?

4. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 10y

You won't find quahog (that's the correct spelling - but still pronounced ko-hog) on a map, but you will find them on the menu. I hear the quahog sandwiches are delicious. I'm afraid I don't know - I don't care for seafood.

5. Posted by karazyal (Travel Guru 1596 posts) 10y

Quoting grasshoppa

is there anyone here that lives in Rhode island or has visited it? I watch the show family guy and would like to know what it is like lol.

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"What Cheer, Netop."

Quahog is a local name for a small clam. You can sample some quahogs at one of the many "clambakes" that pop up during the summer months.

Rhode Island is small enough to be used as unit of measurement for size comparisons. When describing cities or small countries the term "about the size of Rhode Island' is often used!

Some of the names of cities, streams, and "clams' are derived from the "Native Americans" who originally inhabited RI.

6. Posted by coldwarspy (Travel Guru 1108 posts) 10y

YUM i love Quahogs! and Clams! Oh i miss New England!
and Dunkin Donuts!

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