Were you planning to visit Mexicadia in order for tequila and fajitas and travel too far?
Are you stuck in Manitoba, Winnipeg, Saskatchewan or some other obscure name of a city/province with roaming homosexuals?
And, in answering these two questions, can you not understand the way these Maple-Leaf People speak?
No, it's not Mexican they're speaking. They're speaking "good" old-fashioned Canada.
Here I will teach you some of the main words spoken in this third world country
Eh(?): The most heard word in Canada. A question mark is sometimes used. It is used as in question of agreement or disagreement at the end of a sentence or is used to conclude a statement.
Washroom: Canadas use this word as another word for bathroom. The origin is still not found.
Pop: Another word for soda, in this continent.
Gitch: Another word for men's underwear. Much like "tighty-whiteys".
Mickey: A small amount of alcohols in which you carry in a small container. Many know how to use alcohol, in which you pour it out on a hard surface (like a table), cut up and snort. Also known for injecting with a syringe.
Safe: Another word for a condom.
Frog: A name for those pesky French-Canadians.
Homo Milk: Another name for homogenized milk. Not sure why it was necessary to shorten "homogenized" as I can understand that it would bring up much confusion in many situations.
Double-double: A phrase often followed after ordering coffee implying one wants two sugars and two creams.
Triple-triple: Much like double-double, but three sugars and creams instead of two.
Loonie: The name of what we would call a dollar.
Gorby: You might often hear Canadas refer to you as this as it is a name for a tourist.
Cashed: Meaning something is finished.
Hosed or Pissed: Drunk/high.
How's She Bootin'er?: Used in Newfoundland to say "How are you?"