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    Quote Originally Posted by sumthin fishy
    Ok, now that made me curious. What is the deal with pancake totting bunnies?
    Click here for bunny with pancake info
    55g: 21 tiger barbs, 1 red tail shark, Java fern
    38g: corys, rasboras, neons, danios, amazon swords, Red Wendtii, Java fern, 1 shrimp
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    I eat spam sumthin fishy's Avatar
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    So, I recently found another one. In the US schools (at least arround here) you get grades, in Canadia you get marks eh.



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    yes but here in Canada eh you get marks that make up your final GRADE eh?!



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    ok, this is the very first time I opened this thread at 3 pages long and holy shnipes do I want pancakes!!
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    Completly agree, DD......and yes, that hurt me too say



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    Those things in the pictures previously are so not pancakes!!! Pancakes are really big and really thin.

    By the way, "pop" is used in England too, but only up north.

    And I think the american term "to blow you off" would be "to blow you out" over here. If you get blown out, then you've crashed and burned on a date for example. To "blow off" in England would mean you were suffering from excess wind that just had to be released.



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    why do you call soccer football? lol.



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    bump.


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    Quote Originally Posted by msouth468 View Post
    The engine is under the hood.

    The storage place is a trunk.

    Fill the car with gas.

    The shifter is the fourth.

    And, if you were playing with 400 pound linemen you would want allot of armor too.
    allot means to parcel out or to set aside, allocate. Correct American English is to have a lot of armor.
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    adverts vs advertisement or ads, news presenter vs newscaster and the main newscaster is also called the news anchor.

    petrol vs gasoline or gas
    "Faith is not about everything turning out OK; Faith is about being OK no matter how things turn out."



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler718 View Post
    Isn't that a basketball team in New York.

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    HAHAHA!! I usually hear/say....undies, panties, draws for those. Knickers make me think of capri pants.

    Quote Originally Posted by Galaxie View Post
    I deal with "shield" vs "screen" in cables too. Americans like to call a cable shielded, English call the same cable screened. For me, a screen is something over a door or window to keep the bugs out.
    Yep, have to agree with ya there

    Quote Originally Posted by reiverix View Post
    Using moose instead of mouse causes confusion. I was once telling some workmates about the time I rescued a moose from my cat. I prized the cats jaws open to get the moose and then the moose bit me. I dropped it and the cat ran away with it
    Bahaha!! That made me lol for real, I bet they were wondering exactly what kind of cat do you have!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by sumthin fishy View Post
    Eh (like the letter "a") is a word used in Canadia. "it's cold out, eh?"
    Not sure about meh.
    Hmmm, I hear that quite a bit here in Wisconsin also...eh!
    They also say "or no" alot here, it is something that just is odd to me, as in "do you want to go to the game...or no?" Why exactly do they add the "Or no" at the end...I just don't get it. Then the "can you borrow me some sugar" (or whatever they want to borrow) No, I can't "borrow you some" but you are more then welcome to "borrow some from me"!
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