Re: Something new for the New Year (2008).

From: Bob Badour <>
Date: Tue, 08 Jan 2008 13:53:59 -0400
Message-ID: <4783b8b8$0$19876$>

rpl wrote:

> Bob Badour wrote:

>> Gene Wirchenko wrote:
>>> JOG <> wrote:
>>> [snip]
>>>>> Since Sarah lives in Canada, the concepts of husband and bride might
>>>>> need some adjustment. What happens when there are two husbands? Or two
>>>>> brides?
>>> Then there is a different model of marriage data implemented.
>>>> I know nothing about Canada apart from there are a lot of moose, who
>>>> all play ice hockey and say 'aboot'. I'm visiting in April so I will
>>>> find out more then ;)
>>> "aboot"? That sounds Easternerish, Newfoundlander? Where in
>>> Canada will you be visiting? I am in B.C.
>> The Yanks think we all say "aboot". I cannot say "out and about" among
>> Americans without causing peels of laughter.
> We don't say "aboot", they say "abowat".. easiest way to speak 'Merkin 
> is to put an Elvis-sneer at a random place in any multisyllabic word.

Da hell youse do! You say "abatt" and think we sound funny. (Or more properly "aba-ah-att".) Received on Tue Jan 08 2008 - 18:53:59 CET

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