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[[Megan]] and [[Cueball]] are playing a card game (maybe {{w|Dominion (game)|Dominion}} or {{w|Magic: The Gathering}}) and Megan whips a common insult, a play on the word "suck" that adds a typical city name suffix to the end of it. Other variations are: "Losertown", "Lameville", etc.
 
[[Megan]] and [[Cueball]] are playing a card game (maybe {{w|Dominion (game)|Dominion}} or {{w|Magic: The Gathering}}) and Megan whips a common insult, a play on the word "suck" that adds a typical city name suffix to the end of it. Other variations are: "Losertown", "Lameville", etc.
  
The phrase is originally based on the ubiquitous signage you see along roads that say "Welcome to Town X Population Y".
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The phrase is originally based on the ubiquitous signage you see along roads that say "Welcome to Town X - Population Y".
  
 
Then, since Cueball one-ups Megan by indicating there is a city by that name, she can only resign herself to the fact that her smack talk did not work.
 
Then, since Cueball one-ups Megan by indicating there is a city by that name, she can only resign herself to the fact that her smack talk did not work.

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