The New Bedford Edition of ‘Never Have I Ever’
New Bedford, in my opinion, is a cornucopia of food, entertainment and culture. Locals know what's good and what to avoid. Me, on the other hand, I'm still learning the area and all that it offers.
From the Feast of the Blessed Sacrament and all of its Madeira wine glory to the late nights (and perhaps regrets) at Bar 908, if you grew up in the city of New Bedford, and you're over 21, then chances are you've experienced at least one of these staples, if not both. I've spent only a few years in the city, but have lived all over: Collette Street in the North End, Padanaram Ave in the South End and now, I'm sitting comfy over in the West End of New Bedford. No matter where I end up, I'm still experiencing new things and extending my knowledge of the city
Have you ever heard of the game "Never Have I Ever?" It's an entertaining game where the amount of fingers you put down or keep up amount to your overall score. For example, I say: "Never have I ever... had Portuguese food." If you have had Portuguese food, you would drop a finger. Once you run out of fingers, you're out of the game, but the goal here is to see how far you can get before running out of fingers.
The point of this particular game of "Never Have I Ever" is that the quicker you lose, the more "New Bedford" you truly are. Make sense?