(You may or may not be able to see the lyrics, the guy who did the video says it depends upon your screen, but they're damned near impossible to read on my high def 22 inch monitor. Guy needs to learn that red--or yellow--are not recommended for text on videos. Oops, sorry, went off on a rant again.)
To get back on track, yesterday I was reading a blog about what "kids these days" call condoms -- where my generation used to call them rubbers...although to me a rubber will always be an eraser. And a thong? They're what you wear on your feet at the beach. Well, maybe not this sparkly pair.
I've blogged before about how my critique partners have to check my writing to weed the Canadianisms out. (Remember my story of how I originally had Jodi from Private Property tugging on a toque and one of my critique partners thought she was putting some sort of French pastry on her head?)
Today is the first day of Canada's Victoria Day weekend, that many of us Canadians call the May 2-4 (as in two-four) weekend, and that's not just because it generally falls around the 24th of the month. Do you know what it means? Got any terms from way back when that have a totally different meaning than when you used them? Or got any colloquialisms from your area you want to share? Or ones that an author has attributed to your area or era that aren't right?