If You Use This 'Slang' Word You Probably Grew Up On Long Island


Yes it's ON Long Island, not 'IN' Long Island, and we're breaking down exactly the phrase you need to know in order to be a part of the cult.

Everyone who is anyone knows that if you are from Long Island you know the word 'B.E.C.' What do the letters 'B.E.C.' stand for? Well if you're asking yourself that, you're probably not from Long Island but we'll still let you in on the secret. B.E.C. stands for 'Bacon Egg and Cheese.' The BEC on a bagel or roll of course is an absolute staple if you're from Long Island. And anyone on the Island, more specifically Suffolk County, knows that Seaport Deli (tagged above) is the place to go.

Where do you get your usual BEC? Let us know in the comments!


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