Most people around the world will agree that Canadians sound funny.

Of course, we don't notice it much. But since the rest of the planet seems to find so us so freaking adorable when we speak, I guess we must acknowledge it.

But it's not just the accent that makes us unique.

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It's actually the words we use.

We use words that aren't used anywhere else, words that don't sound real, words that we we pretty much invented.

So, how well do you speak Canadian?

Chesterfield: Sofa or couch


Chinook: A warm wind in the Rocky Mountains


Deke: To fake of feint


Donair: Beef pita or wrap


Double-Double: Coffee with two creams and two sugars


Dart: Cigarette


Eaves Troughs: Gutters


Eh: Short for "Don't you agree?"


Fuck The Dog: Being lazy or doing a job very slowly


Fifty: Nickname for Labatt 50


Garburator: Garbage disposal


Giv'n'r: Doing something well or enthusiastically


Had The Biscuit: Dead or broken


Homo Milk: Whole milk


Housecoat: Bathrobe


Hydro: Electricity


Joe Job: Low paying job


Keener: Bown-noser


Kerfufle: A commotion


Klick: Slang for kilometer


Knapsack: Backpack


Kraft Dinner: Mac & cheese or KD


Loonie: One Canadian dollar


Lumber Jack: Thick, plaid, flannel jacket


Mickey: Pint of hard liquor


McDicks: McDonald's


Out For A Rip: Going out and "takener' easy" with your buds.


Pencil Crayon: Colored pencils


Pogey: Welfare


Pop: Soft drink or soda


Rink Rat: One who hangs out at a hockey rink


Runners: Running shoes or sneakers


Shinny: Unstructured game of hockey


Timbits: Donut holes


Timmies: Tim Hortons


Toonie: Canadian 2 dollar coin


Tuque: Winter hat or beanie


Twenty Sixer: 750 ml beer bottle.


Two Four: Case of 24 beers


Washroom: Bathroom


Zed: The letter "Z"


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