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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)

Country Code:CA
Submitted September 1st, 2009 by:


Hey I just see this sight about canadian slang. I'm from the southen part of the country so I donut know much about the north states. The only thing I know is what I saw in this old movie The Trap. Man it look cold! And everyone hunts fur animuls for a living! And the accent is so strange and the woman don't speak! It crazy! Comment by: MC Master Mix   
Hey, you are aware that Canada isn't a northern state, right? Comment by: Leamop   
Yea, I not am stupid, I know Canada is north state. Miss McClinktok needs us to do a show and tell on Canada - my mom says I can take a Ms Butterworths surip into the clas and talk about the butterworth surip trees in Canada. Comment by: MC Master Mix   
Thanks this site is really useful.....I'm from canada and need to write a history project.... Comment by: lyndsey   
Lynnseed r u from north state? Comment by: MC Master Mix   
okay, Canada is not a state. Get your facts right. It's a COUNTRY. Comment by: mich.   
also referred to as a twixer Comment by: Tweak   
HEY! Canada is a country we have 10 province's and three territories. We have our own Prime Minister and most of us don't follow the Canadian stereo types with a few minor exceptions such as being nicer and less violence. Most of us live within 60 Km from the border. And yes Kilometres are a form of measurement! Comment by: real canadian   
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Canada does not has a dirty history like United States. Comment by: Roberto   
Actually, it's pronounced "two-six". Never in my life have I heard someone say "a twenty sixer" HA! Comment by: bailey   
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