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    I say glad wrap.
    Do most people say runners?
    Last edited by 2BlueBirds; 10-04-2013 at 15:36.

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    Where I live a party pie is always called a nibble pie! But it might b a local thing

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    I remember a good one. The evening meal.

    "Tea" was what I grew up with. (Many people don't understand because they think of a hot drink.)
    "Supper" was the next I encountered (but I always thought that was something like milk and a biscuit before bed - or for older people perhaps a cup of tea and slice of cake before bed).
    "Dinner" seemed to be the most accepted, but many people seem to use that to refer to the midday meal also or instead, or any meal.

    Then I remember the following phrase, "If you don't eat your tea, then the dog can have it for dinner." So I guess in my house - tea was the evening meal for people, and dinner was the evening meal for the dog.
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    Im from Wa i say juice box and pop top.
    Middy & pint
    Doona, lounge, bathers
    Polony, cabanossi

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    I went into target the other day looking for underwear and I was asking the lady where the pants were and she directed me to trousers. I got very confused until I remembered you guys call them pants lol
    underpants - knickers, jocks etc - gets shortened to pants (unisex) or panties (girls only).
    long pants - trousers, slacks, shorts, etc - basically daywear that covers your bottom and has separate holes for each leg - also shortened to pants.

    I see "trousers" as a particular type "long pants".

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    Me too!
    Also plastic shopping bags are coles bags ??!! No idea why
    Quote Originally Posted by singa06 View Post
    I say glad wrap.
    Do most people say runners?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsOhara View Post
    DF looks at me like I have two heads when I say kibble.
    Lol! Glad Im not the only one I grew up all over Australia with dad being in the army so not sure which state 'kibble' actually comes from!

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    My grandparents say dinner for lunch, tea for dinner and they call a sweater/jumper a guernsey! (sp)

    Life was very confusing.

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    Guernsey is a place where lots of jumpers etc were made (its one of the Channel Islands)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    Guernsey is a place where lots of jumpers etc were made (its one of the Channel Islands)
    Ooooohhhhh!!!!!


 

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