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    Thumbs down Penna. Slang - "Red It Up" or "Red Up"

    Where does thios come from....

    Penna. slang term "Red It Up" or "Red Up" as in to straighten up a room

    or "Red UP" as in clear the table after a meal

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    Re: Penna. Slang - "Red It Up" or "Red Up"

    Quote Originally Posted by Deltamommy View Post
    Where does thios come from....

    Penna. slang term "Red It Up" or "Red Up" as in to straighten up a room

    or "Red UP" as in clear the table after a meal
    Pennsylvania Dutch Saying: Red up your room (Ready up OR Clean/tidy up your room)

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