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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 7:00 pm 
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Ok, so we just had a Canadian join the board and I have to tell a canadian joke! So no one thinks i'm dising, Ilove Canada!

Ok, so France, Italy, and Spain were trying to think of a name to call the land they had found (Canada before it had a name). They couldn't agree on a name so they decided to draw letters out of a hat. The letters they drew out were as follows (in order):
C-eh
N-eh
D-eh

Anyone doesn't get it, ask.

Any one else have any other jokes?

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 7:18 pm 
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:lol: I am Canadian so I definitely get it.

you have a good sense of humour, eh? :wink:


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 7:25 pm 
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Yes, yes I do!

I wish I was Canadian.

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eeeeehhhhhhh!


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I don't get it... :oops:
or maybe i do, but don't think it funny...

I think it's quite funny that when you pronounce "Canada" a bit stretched, it sounds like German for "Nobody there!" or "Nobody here?" :lol:

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lol. Ok, Canadians say "eh" instead of "huh" or "what". "Eh" is in the place of every "A" in Canada because "eh" sounds close to"a".

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Daywalker wrote:
I don't get it... :oops:
or maybe i do, but don't think it funny...

I think it's quite funny that when you pronounce "Canada" a bit stretched, it sounds like German for "Nobody there!" or "Nobody here?" :lol:



C - eh
N - eh
D- eh

sound that out and you spell canada : c-a-n-a-d-a (i.e. the "eh" is pronounced like the letter A).

I think it was funny because I say "eh" in conversation all the time.

I notice that UK men say "yeah" a lot, for example: "You have a good night, yeah." :wink:


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"Yeah" is in place of "alright" or "ok" for the Brits (who are also very cool).

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Thanks Kourtney and Nat for the explanation!

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C - eh
N - eh
D- eh

sound that out and you spell canada : c-a-n-a-d-a (i.e. the "eh" is pronounced like the letter A).

I got that part before, didn't think it to be funny...

Maybe i was just missing that part:

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I think it was funny because I say "eh" in conversation all the time.

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Vamprilla wrote:
"Yeah" is in place of "alright" or "ok" for the Brits


is it? :shock: :?

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Richard wrote:
Vamprilla wrote:
"Yeah" is in place of "alright" or "ok" for the Brits


is it? :shock: :?


:shock: Isnt it? :?


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As far as I know, "yeah" just means "yes", even here in England

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Richard wrote:
As far as I know, "yeah" just means "yes", even here in England


SO when a UK guy says,

"Have a great night, yeah." they are saying "have a great night, yes."

:?: :?


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compassionategirl wrote:
Richard wrote:
As far as I know, "yeah" just means "yes", even here in England


SO when a UK guy says,

"Have a great night, yeah." they are saying "have a great night, yes."

:?: :?

Beats me, and I'm by no means British, but I use 'yeah' in place of 'ok' quite frequently.
So if nothing else, it's a Megan thing :D

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compassionategirl wrote:
Richard wrote:
As far as I know, "yeah" just means "yes", even here in England


SO when a UK guy says,

"Have a great night, yeah." they are saying "have a great night, yes."

:?: :?


To say "Have a good night yeah" is a question. It means: "Have a good night, yes?" In other words "Have a good night, understand?"

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