Tony Soprano Gabagool Sandwich

 
Gabagools
 
 
 
 
TONY SOPRANOS GABAGOOL SANDWICH
 
1. Gabagool

Definition : “Gabagool” is slang for “capicola.” It is not a mispronunciation, but is instead in Napolitan dialect, which is what the Sopranos and many Italian-Americans use. 
The rule in this dialect is to chop off ending vowels and to voice unvoiced consonants.
Ricotta-“rigot”
2. Manicotti-“manigot …  gabagool= Capicola Ham.

 “My wife sends me here to shop because they got good gabagool.” 


 3. Gabagool


The Sicilian pronunciation for the spicy deli ham “Capicola”. 


“Do you want provologne on your gobagool sandwich?”

4. Gabagool – The americanized version of the Italian word “Capicola” made popular by Tony Soprano and other ignorant 2nd & 3rd generation Italo-Americans who have forgotten how to speak italian properly. Capicola is a spicy deli meat similar to ham or salami.




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READ ABOUT TONY SOPRANOS GABAGOOL SANDWICH


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