Canadian Translator

Jul 29th, 2002, 11:06 AM
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Ricky
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Will I need a Canadian to English Dictonary for my fall trip.
I am pretty good at figuring them out, but some of the phrases catch me off gaurd eh!
 
Jul 29th, 2002, 11:09 AM
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Mike Bilinski
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I note that now that the LP TT is shut down due to hacking the Trolls have started here.

PLEASE IGNORE!
 
Jul 29th, 2002, 11:40 AM
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Takeoff
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Come on over eh and we'll beat ya eh
 
Jul 29th, 2002, 12:53 PM
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xxx
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Kiss me arse....Translate that one!!!
 
Jul 29th, 2002, 05:01 PM
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xxx
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Its kinda like how those southern yanks catch me off guard. "Hey y'all, where y'at. Lets go catch us some nigros and string em up."
 
Jul 29th, 2002, 05:20 PM
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Jack
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Hey Yank, try this one:

"Va donc chier, mon ostie de gros plein de marde"
 
Jul 30th, 2002, 10:30 AM
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flo
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Kiss my grits
 
Jul 30th, 2002, 10:47 AM
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Flynn
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Ricky, here are some websites to get you started on Canadian slang.

http://www.slanguage.com/canadian.html

http://abe.www.ecn.purdue.edu/~agenhtml/agenmc/canada/speak.html

http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A179561

http://www3.sympatico.ca/taniah/Canada/misc/



I don't know why you are receiving somewhat hostile responses. Maybe you don't need a 'dictionary' but more of a slang converter since Canadians do speak English. You just need to learn the 'slanguage.'
 

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