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I've heard it a lot in BC in the past few years more and more Comment by: Chris    Rated:5/5
Comment on: Dart: A nick-name for a cigarette, commonly used among students in the prairie provinces mostly in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan. Details
 
Also used for "what's wrong?" "what happened?" or when you don't hear what someone said "huh, what's up? I didn't hear you" Comment by: bailey   
Comment on: what's up: how are you doing friends? Details
 
In rural Alberta a prairie dog is a gopher Comment by: bailey   
Comment on: Prairie Dog: Needing to have a bowel movement, derives from the feces poking out of the rectal opening mimicking the Prairie Dog poking its head out of the ground. Also "Prairie Doggin" a Details
 
Definitely not a bus, we use Loser Cruiser for minivans Comment by: bailey   
Comment on: Loser cruiser: The bus. Details
 
Also called "krap dinner" Comment by: bailey   
Comment on: K. D.: Kraft Dinner a popular boxed macaroni and cheese dinner that is often served with pieces of cut up weiners in it and topped with ketchup. A staple food for most Canadian children. Occasionally found on children's menus in restaurants and has been featured on pub fare menus, served right in a pot with a wooden spoon. Although traditionally thought of as a comfort food, it is thought of as trailer trash fare in some circles. Details
 
Actually, it's pronounced "two-six". Never in my life have I heard someone say "a twenty sixer" HA! Comment by: bailey   
Comment on: 26'er or Twenty-sixer: The real term to describe what the Amercians call a "fifth" - a 26 oz. bottle of alcohol (a fifth of an American Gallon. Up hear it is just two mickeys in one bottle (see mickey, or flask) Details
 
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