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"British Sayings" I think it's cool how in South we use a lot of these. It's probably because this region is mostly of English decent, which also accounts for our accents.  Okay, phonetics rant over. lol

Vintage British Sayings Tea Towel

"British Sayings" I think it's cool how in South we use a lot of these. It's probably because this region is mostly of English decent, which also accounts for our accents. Okay, phonetics rant over. lol

French Canadian Sayings- - Comme on dit au Québec - -Les dits quebecois at Bill Casselman's Canadian Word of the Day

French Canadian Sayings- - Comme on dit au Québec - -Les dits quebecois at Bill Casselman's Canadian Word of the Day

Keener: A person who is extremely eager or keen. Used interchangeably with terms like "brownnoser" and "overachiever" among Canadian schoolchildren.

35 things Canadians say that Americans don't understand

Keener: A person who is extremely eager or keen. Used interchangeably with terms like "brownnoser" and "overachiever" among Canadian schoolchildren.

/ˈtuːk/ Definition: A knit cap worn in winter. Or spring, fall, and during freak summer snowstorms. It’s cold in Canada.

15 Real Canadian Slang Terms And What They Actually Mean

/ˈtuːk/ Definition: A knit cap worn in winter. Or spring, fall, and during freak summer snowstorms. It’s cold in Canada.

24 Canadianisms Way More Interesting Than Eh? | Mental Floss

24 Canadianisms Way More Interesting Than "Eh?"

35 things Canadians say that Americans don't understand

35 things Canadians say that Americans don't understand

This whole business about Canadians saying a-boot instead of about is just crazy. If anything, we say a-boat or, more accurately, a-beh-out. So, don't say a-boot unless you want to get kicked by one.

This whole business about Canadians saying a-boot instead of about is just crazy. If anything, we say a-boat or, more accurately, a-beh-out. So, don't say a-boot unless you want to get kicked by one.

Holiday: Canadians use the term "holiday" interchangeably with "vacation."  E.g., "When are you taking your holiday this year?" "I think I might go on holiday in July."

Holiday: Canadians use the term "holiday" interchangeably with "vacation." E.g., "When are you taking your holiday this year?" "I think I might go on holiday in July."

Oliver Gal Canadian Sayings 'True North' Textual Art on Wrapped Canvas

Oliver Gal Canadian Sayings 'True North' Textual Art on Wrapped Canvas

"Shit Canadians Say, Eh?" - Sorry for the language, guys, but this video is really funny. And, before any of my fellow Canucks get offended about "American representations of us"...the guy in this video is CANADIAN. So just take this as us making fun of ourselves and it's all good, okay? ;)

"Shit Canadians Say, Eh?" - Sorry for the language, guys, but this video is really funny. And, before any of my fellow Canucks get offended about "American representations of us"...the guy in this video is CANADIAN. So just take this as us making fun of ourselves and it's all good, okay? ;)

Stag and stagette parties: bachelor and bachelorette parties.

Stag and stagette parties: bachelor and bachelorette parties.