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    ^ A French nightmare
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    Quote Originally Posted by AshyPhoenix View Post
    Hey, I use "whilst" and "in hospital". The latter is very common to hear among Canadians; that's how they say it on the news.
    Many of you also say "mum."

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    Many of you also say "mum."
    Yeah, on the east coast. Newfies talk funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Lexington View Post
    I learned if you tweet a jokingly derogatory comment about a certain chain restaurant, they'll respond to that tweet in less than five minutes.

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    They have people getting paid to do that, what did you expect?

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    I'm pretty clueless about how social media works. And restaurant chains. And people. And a bunch of other stuff.

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    I learnt that some people here are pussies




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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Lexington View Post
    I'm pretty clueless about how social media works. And restaurant chains. And people. And a bunch of other stuff.

    Lex
    And all that is supposed to go along with the fact that you tweet on Twits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PreTTy PeTe View Post
    I learnt that some people here are pussies
    You mean pussies like assholes, manholes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    And all that is supposed to go along with the fact that you tweet on Twits?
    Yet another thing I don't know much about. I'm starting to wonder if I know anything at all. That's OK - I never let it worry me none.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    Many of you also say "mum."
    As if "mom" sounded any less silly, said by over-five-year-olds.

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    You mean pussies like assholes, manholes?
    more like shit heads.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PreTTy PeTe View Post
    more like shit heads.
    Oh No yellowbellies, no assholes, just shitheads. Get it.

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    B Lemon is ugly.

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    QUOTE: JohannBessler [JUB quote function isn't working for me today; happens once in a while]
    ^We used to use "supper" all the time in the South. No one--at the time--ever used the word "dinner".
    I don't know if they still use it.

    Another one--the expression "in hospital". Or "maths". I chuckled the first time I heard the word "maths", because it sounds like someone "doing it the hard way."
    I was born and raised near Detroit, and my parents ALWAYS called the evening meal "SUPPER." I wonder what a "supper versus dinner" map would look like. (Somewhere I saw a map showing where soft-drink beverages are variously called soda, pop, coke, and tonic. Maybe there was another term as well, I forget. Quite interesting.)

    I will sometimes say "in hospital" and "to hospital." Which brings up THIS question: Why do we say...

    go to school
    go to college
    go to work
    go to court
    go to jail
    go to church

    but we say go to THE university, and THE synagogue?
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    Hee Haw..........
    "You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
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    That life really, really wants to shit all over me for the previous and next two weeks. I'll be glad when this is all over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    Another one--the expression "in hospital".
    Up here in snowdrift land, the hospital (a big building with a lot of windows, but there isn't time for that now), as in "The accident victim was taken to the hospital" is replacing the standalone hospital. More rarely now would be said, "The accident victim was taken to hospital," which makes more sense, and prevents my yelling obscenities at the news reader.

    The hospital moves hospital from the general to the particular; it suggests there is only one, perhaps in the entire universe.

    At least "He goes to school," used in the general sense, isn't likely to gain the superfluous "the" — I hope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    QUOTE: JohannBessler [JUB quote function isn't working for me today; happens once in a while]

    I was born and raised near Detroit, and my parents ALWAYS called the evening meal "SUPPER." I wonder what a "supper versus dinner" map would look like. (Somewhere I saw a map showing where soft-drink beverages are variously called soda, pop, coke, and tonic. Maybe there was another term as well, I forget. Quite interesting.)

    I will sometimes say "in hospital" and "to hospital." Which brings up THIS question: Why do we say...

    go to school
    go to college
    go to work
    go to court
    go to jail
    go to church

    but we say go to THE university, and THE synagogue?
    Quote Originally Posted by Keeland View Post
    Up here in snowdrift land, the hospital (a big building with a lot of windows, but there isn't time for that now), as in "The accident victim was taken to the hospital" is replacing the standalone hospital. More rarely now would be said, "The accident victim was taken to hospital," which makes more sense, and prevents my yelling obscenities at the news reader.

    The hospital moves hospital from the general to the particular; it suggests there is only one, perhaps in the entire universe.

    At least "He goes to school," used in the general sense, isn't likely to gain the superfluous "the" — I hope.
    You two have very valid points. I guess "the hospital" really doesn't make sense, does it?

    One thing I can see about Canada is that it seems to have characteristics of both influences. For example, Canadians use the "flavour" etc., spelling, but don't use the linking "r" that the Brits do--"Cuber and America, Vodker and Gin, Laura Norder", etc.

    Here's another one: In the US, the 1st floor represents the floor that sits on the ground; in the UK, the 1st floor represents the level directly above it.

    What do the Canadians use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post

    Here's another one: In the US, the 1st floor represents the floor that sits on the ground; in the UK, the 1st floor represents the level directly above it.

    What do the Canadians use?
    Are they really that Chinese in the US: so what does "ground floor" mean to them? "Basement"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    Here's another one: In the US, the 1st floor represents the floor that sits on the ground; in the UK, the 1st floor represents the level directly above it.

    What do the Canadians use?
    The first floor is the ground floor, as in the U.S.

    Deep thoughts: What's printed on the ground-floor button in a U.K. elevator/lift? And if there are two identical buildings, one in North America and one in the U.K., is the U.K.'s taller, notwithstanding?

    Does the European Parliament dictate lift-button signage in the Sceptered Isle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    You two have very valid points. I guess "the hospital" really doesn't make sense, does it?

    One thing I can see about Canada is that it seems to have characteristics of both influences. For example, Canadians use the "flavour" etc., spelling, but don't use the linking "r" that the Brits do--"Cuber and America, Vodker and Gin, Laura Norder", etc.

    Here's another one: In the US, the 1st floor represents the floor that sits on the ground; in the UK, the 1st floor represents the level directly above it.

    What do the Canadians use?
    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    Are they really that Chinese in the US: so what does "ground floor" mean to them? "Basement"?
    The Japanese language does the same as well. I could be wrong but I think the word for the 1st floor (as Americans would think of it) is more like "ground floor", and then 1st floor 2nd floor translate more like "storey", implying being up from ground floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    The Japanese language does the same as well. I could be wrong but I think the word for the 1st floor (as Americans would think of it) is more like "ground floor", and then 1st floor 2nd floor translate more like "storey", implying being up from ground floor.
    Oh, that's so enlightening

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    Do they still leave off the 13th floor on buildings that are taller?
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    Quote Originally Posted by borg69unimatrix View Post
    Do they still leave off the 13th floor on buildings that are taller?
    I am typing to you right now from a thirteenth floor/storey/whatever named "Planta 13"... depends on the particular silliness of different cultures, I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by borg69unimatrix View Post
    Do they still leave off the 13th floor on buildings that are taller?
    They would, but no one knows which floor is the 13th because of the floor-numbering system. They have two 12th floors or two 14th floors, which causes no end of problems with the mail.

    Besides, in Spain everyone uses Roman numerals but no one is taught them, because the government doesn't want anyone to know they might live or work on the 13th floor. Happily for the government, Roman numerals printed on elevator buttons have to be so small no one can read them.

    So the 13th-floor conundrum is avoided.

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    It amazes me that in today's age we're still that superstitious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keeland View Post
    They would, but no one knows which floor is the 13th because of the floor-numbering system. They have two 12th floors or two 14th floors, which causes no end of problems with the mail.

    Besides, in Spain everyone uses Roman numerals but no one is taught them, because the government doesn't want anyone to know they might live or work on the 13th floor. Happily for the government, Roman numerals printed on elevator buttons have to be so small no one can read them.

    So the 13th-floor conundrum is avoided.




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    ^ I never liked the Marx Brothers. definitely not has brilliant as The Three Stooges.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PreTTy PeTe View Post
    ^ I never liked the Marx Brothers. definitely not has brilliant as The Three Stooges.
    I am only a big fan of that sequence. LOVE it. Totally. The whole movie is fine, if you ignore the infamous minstrel sequence as you ignore just all the musical interludes in their movies.

    This one is not bad either... (though the rest of the movie is rather a bore)...



    Then there is, of course, Duck Soup... but I never found A Night at the Opera all that much of a big deal, not even the contract sketch.

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    Humility....
    "You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
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    Humility....
    You finally actually SAW yourself in the mirror?

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    You finally actually SAW yourself in the mirror?
    Not a pretty sight, that's why i never look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BENDERBOY View Post
    Not a pretty sight, that's why i never look.

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    Don't be so modest: you are a work of art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    I don't seek to get enlightenment from JUB, but you can always find it, occasionally, more or less hidden, anywhere
    This explains why everyone in Spain gets lost in elevators.


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    Yes a right piece of work.
    "You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
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    That no one will ever perform a better "Caruso" than Luciano Pavarotti

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keeland View Post
    This explains why everyone in Spain gets lost in elevators.

    Spain's financial system in the global financial system shaft of ups-and-downs...


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    Hmm...I learned a lot. A virtual world is for those whose cannot make it in the real world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigma-taylor-E View Post
    That no one will ever perform a better "Caruso" than Luciano Pavarotti
    Bleh!.. Burp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piggyboy View Post
    Hmm...I learned a lot. A virtual world is for those whose cannot make it in the real world.
    You definitely read like a virgin... in both worlds.

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    You definitely read like a virgin... in both worlds.[/QUOTE]

    If you say so. xD LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piggyboy View Post

    If you say so. xD LOL!
    Just elaborating along your fine line of wisdom

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    Just elaborating along your fine line of wisdom
    Yep, no doubt about it...your father should have pulled out early!

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    They say a little learning is a dangerous thing. I'd say there are more lessons to be learned yet.

    Pig, perhaps it's true. Perhaps all of us on JUB are social misfits who can't function in actual society. Are you here as a member, or simply swinging by to point that out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piggyboy View Post
    Yep, no doubt about it...your father should have pulled out early!
    If you say so... I seem to have been by dragging men from the very beginning, and the doctor, taking my dad's lead, agreed to pull me out only while in the tenth month of pregnancy already

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Lexington View Post
    They say a little learning is a dangerous thing. I'd say there are more lessons to be learned yet.

    Pig, perhaps it's true. Perhaps all of us on JUB are social misfits who can't function in actual society. Are you here as a member, or simply swinging by to point that out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    The Japanese language does the same as well. I could be wrong but I think the word for the 1st floor (as Americans would think of it) is more like "ground floor", and then 1st floor 2nd floor translate more like "storey", implying being up from ground floor.
    Some esteemed British author believed that the American/Canadian system actually makes more sense.

    This time, I agree. 1st floor means the first floor that sits on the ground. The second floor, of course, is the second one that sits on the ground, and so on.

    The European system of the first floor meaning the "second floor up" doesn't really seem logical to me,

    I've wondered something. Say, you plan on buying a house. A two-story house in the US means exactly that--two floors; the first floor (story) sitting on the ground, second floor(story) the one above it.

    How do Europeans refer to this kind of dwelling? How would a European refer to a one-story bungalow?

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    ^Touche, Lex.

    I used to use that analogy all the time on AOL Chat. People would come into the From the Left and talk about what cunts the chatters were, and of course we'd all say,"Then what are you doing here? So we can get a good sniff?" and so on...

    It never failed to shut them up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    If you say so... I seem to have been by dragging men from the very beginning, and the doctor, taking my dad's lead, agreed to pull me out only while in the tenth month of pregnancy already

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    Only narrow minds, not little learning, are dangerous.
    Yet you were the sperm that won the race to the finish line. o.O

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    that tv infommercials are getting worse and worse.



    so this in the early morning and i . really, breh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    Some esteemed British author believed that the American/Canadian system actually makes more sense.

    This time, I agree. 1st floor means the first floor that sits on the ground. The second floor, of course, is the second one that sits on the ground, and so on.

    The European system of the first floor meaning the "second floor up" doesn't really seem logical to me,

    I've wondered something. Say, you plan on buying a house. A two-story house in the US means exactly that--two floors; the first floor (story) sitting on the ground, second floor(story) the one above it.

    How do Europeans refer to this kind of dwelling? How would a European refer to a one-story bungalow?
    Floor is what is built over the ground. Your system would then "make better sense" only when a "ground floor" is built over a basement floor, wouldn't it?

    As for your question, we call it a two-floor/storey/whatever house: ground floor and first floor... over a basement

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