One of the most common words uttered in Maine is “wicked”. With the summer-like weather today, we are reminded that visitors are about to invade Vacationland before we know it. It’s important to instruct them on the proper way to use this popular New England word in a sentence.  For instance, you can’t just say something is wicked, cause that would be negative. In Maine when we use the word wicked, it’s a positive as in wicked decent. Translation: That’s really decent! Now watch the video and “say it right!”

These two Downeast knuckleheads are here to explain the proper use of the word, ‘wicked’ with their Maineglish instructional video. Meet Chipper and Randy from Glenburn  (up neah Bangor, guy). These friggin’ guys are hilarious! They are the Wayne and Garth of Maine.