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Old 03-30-2017, 05:47 AM   #38
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Originally Posted by Green Eyed Fairy View Post
A shopping cart can be referred to as a buggy...though I think that may be another southern expression. Some of the people that I used to work with that migrated to the USA tripped out on that one.

Oh and one thing I learned from yahoo chat rooms,Loop....don't use the slang expression used in England for cigarettes. That's a definite slur here...big no no.
Slang and references change region to region....just like the foods and how they taste can. Little countries within a big geography.
Chicago is known for some foods...which I plan to try.


Interesting to see that Loop's travel plans started another argument in Soap Box
Hahaha, a buggy over here is something you put a small child in to walk them around!

And yes, I know not to use to word 'fags' around americans, even though it amuses me that the word has such a different meaning over there! I think that "Aunt Bessie's Best Faggots" would probably not be the best name for frozen meatballs over there!

Didn't you know that I have the power to start arguments wherever I go?
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