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    Yes yiros that would be right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by singa06 View Post
    I say glad wrap.
    Do most people say runners?
    I call them joggers....always have but no idea why.

    Hubby and i bicker all the time over doona vs duvet. Though hes a kiwi so maybe thats why?

    Ive always called a stereo/boom box a Ghetto Blaster (coz, you know, i love to blast the ghetto with my beats ). Mum called it thatvwhen i was younger and ut stuck. I always got funny looks when i went into Harvey Normans asking for a Ghetto Blaster!

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    I call them joggers too. And I loved my ghetto blaster as a kid haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by singa06 View Post
    I used to say napkin. Recently I've been trying to change my ways to 'serviette'
    Noooo napkin is much better than serviette!

    Serviette is the 'lower class' version of the two, historically

    Re forehead, I've always pronounced it as it's written. My understanding was that 'forid' was a regional /dialect variance on the traditional pronunciation.

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    Just thought of another...

    I call the thing you put your dirty clothes in a nally (not sure how to spell it) but I know others call it a hamper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    Re forehead, I've always pronounced it as it's written. My understanding was that 'forid' was a regional /dialect variance on the traditional pronunciation.
    I thought it was written "forehead" but pronounced "forrid", though I find that I have pronounced it "for-hed" since discovering the meaning of the prefix "fore-". I just thought I was saying it wrong.

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    We call the Prima's Fruit Box
    The bottle a Pop Top.

    I noticed when I lived in S.A for a year A souvalaki is a yiros.

    My DH comes from Scotland, Glasgow. Some of his words drive me bonkers lol.
    Like a packet of chips are crisps.
    Sauce is Ketchup.
    Coke a Cola or Iron Bru is juice.
    Poo is Jobee which I get a laugh at.
    'Think that's funny ya wee Jobee?'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Out To Pasture View Post
    We call the Prima's Fruit Box
    The bottle a Pop Top.

    I noticed when I lived in S.A for a year A souvalaki is a yiros.

    My DH comes from Scotland, Glasgow. Some of his words drive me bonkers lol.
    Like a packet of chips are crisps.
    Sauce is Ketchup.
    Coke a Cola or Iron Bru is juice.
    Poo is Jobee which I get a laugh at.
    'Think that's funny ya wee Jobee?'
    I call it fizzy juice. And jobbie is big from my dad. Along with toley. Ew.

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    Primal are juice box. Bottle are pop tops.

    I never understand why nsw/QLD call potato cakes scallops? And still call scallops scallops. So bloody odd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Primal are juice box. Bottle are pop tops.

    I never understand why nsw/QLD call potato cakes scallops? And still call scallops scallops. So bloody odd
    I don't know but I say scallop for a potato one but always say seafood scallop when I want a seafood one.


 

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