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Panty Remover
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I am feeling so Canadian right now and beaming with pride when I tell you it is gin!
I have heard this as "liquid panty remover" in Alberta, and it refers to gin for the older generation, but tequila for the younger generation because of the country song "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off". Comment by: WestSmith   
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Panty Remover
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Gin and Pink lemonade
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Parkade
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A public parking garage with multiple levels. (Western Canada)
Every province in Canada has parkades Comment by: Bobbi   
Eastern Canadians are still using horse and buggy. Comment by: Young Diefenbacker    Rated:5/5
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pecker pension...
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family allowance check
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pepsi
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derogatory term for French-Canadians due to their perceived non-nutrtious food intake.
You mean it's a term for Americans. Comment by: Chiley    Rated:1/5
Not entirely, ie the American bit. But its Also a stereo Type if in Quebec its easier to find a Pepsi than a Coke because its preferred there Comment by: Mr.Me    Rated:3/5
Chiley: uh, no. why the hell would it mean american? it's for frogs, because quebec is one of the only places in the world where pepsi consistently outsells coke. Comment by: Sam   
I LOVE pepsi its so much better than coke. It doesn't leave you with dry mouth after. But that just may be because im part french Canadian? hm Comment by: I LOVE pepsi its so much better than cok   
Yeah it is way easier to find here (Quebec) but I don't like it, I like Coke. Coke is way better, most people I know around here agree and hate that you always have to really look for one. Comment by: Micah    Rated:4/5
I noticed a lot of Vancouver people never heard of this - mostly Ontario and Quebecers knew of it. As witnessed by the brilliant SCTV skit where Guy Lafleur and Daryl Sittler are doing a commercial together and Sittler starts calling Lafleur a "pepsi". Hilarious! Comment by: j.   
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Pissed
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Dead drunk unlike the British meaning of angry, "Boy is he ever pissed"
"The term also means angry in addition to drunk, the British meaning"
It can mean either really drunk or angry where I am in Ontario. Alternatively, it can also mean someone urinated in their pants. Comment by: J   
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Pogie
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Posted by: wwRating:2.2  
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Unemployment Insurance - from the term for a poorhouse
I've never heard of Pogie, but I have heard Pokie. My mom uses that one more often. Comment by: Ashley   
Yes, this term exists. You'll even hear comedians use it. Comment by: Chris   
I've always heard the word "pokey" or "Pokie" here in the US of A, but that usually refers to going to jail or prison. Comment by: Amanda   
I believe it's more commonly spelled "pogey", and it is very much in use. Comment by: danae   
Definitely "pogie" with a "g". Comes from the British slang word "Pogue" which means a bottom feeding fish. Comment by: Sean   
Here in the States, a Pogie is a little fish. Comment by: Rebecca   
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Pongo
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A derogatory name for people in the armed service's that act in a pompous or arrogant fashion.
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Pop
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A carbonated beverage
I don't mean to be rude, but...duh? You could have at least cleanly clarified that we say "pop" and not "soda". Comment by: Shane   
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Porch climber
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Moonshine or homemade alcohol.
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pound
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to pound or to pound down refers to drinking really fast and usually refers to beer or other alchoholic beverages.
-A last name -Pound the piss out of someone Comment by: Sally   
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Poutine
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Originally from Quebec, French fries covered in cheese curds with hot gravy poured over. The gravy melts the cheese, so it's all stringy and yummy.
It may sound gross, but it's delicious!(: Comment by: Shane   
Basically the best food ever. Comment by: Jack   
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Prairie Dog
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Needing to have a bowel movement, derives from the feces poking out of the rectal opening mimicking the Prairie Dog poking its head out of the ground. Also "Prairie Doggin" a
Unfortunately, we use this in the States too. (Gross.) Comment by: Dragonclaws   
We also use "turtle head" to mean the same thing. Comment by: Young Diefenbaker   
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prairie nigger
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Posted by: tarapotoRating:0.9  
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An offensive and derogatory term used to refer to aboriginal people living in the prairies (mainly Saskatchewan)
They use it in the US. It's for a Native American (by which I mean Native North American, American Indian), but it isn't often you hear it. Cause it's effin' rude. Comment by: Pshhhh    Rated:1/5
I've lived in Saskatchewan most of my very long life and I've never heard this one. Comment by: Katrina    Rated:2/5
Sorry, meant to give this a 1/5. It's not Canadian, it's not from the Prairies, and it's disgusting. Comment by: Katrina   
..i'm from the praries, and I've never heard this word, and hope that I never ever do. What a horrid term...please don't think this is actually used! Comment by: Jay   
From Western Canada and it's not really a term that is often used because yes, it's really rude and I've never personally used this but I have heard it used. Perhaps it's not necessarily from Saskatchewan but used by others outside the province. Comment by: Kay   
i have heard this used in winnipeg all the time, my buddy from leth uses it alot too. Comment by: someguy   
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Prairie Oysters
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Posted by: PrairieRating:0.9  
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A bovine bull's casterated testicles.
Also, a hangover cure: 1 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce 1 teaspoon Apple Cider Vinegar 1 whole Raw Egg Yolk 2 dashes Hot Sauce 1 dash Pepper 1 dash Salt 1 shot Brandy Pour into a wine glass taking care not to break the yolk. Swallow whole. Comment by: Jared82CA   
that's "castrated" actually. aren't these served fried in some places? Comment by: Laura R   
In America we call them that sometimes but mostly rocky mountain oysters. Comment by: Ian   
At Buzzards Restaurant in Calgary they actually have "Testicle Festival" serving up cooked testicles aka prairie oysters. Comment by: Dani Dee    Rated:5/5
Delicious when fresh and fried in a good batter immediately post-branding! Comment by: albertan   
In New Zealand we use the term Mountain Oysters, it means sheep's testicles, usually cooked on a campfire straight after docking, often cooked with fresh wriggling lamb tails. Comment by: Arangi    Rated:3/5
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proverty-pack
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a 6 pack of beer, common in Ontario, obviously you don't have enough money for a 2-4, so you buy a 6 pack
also referring to a 20 pack of cigarrettes Comment by: sam    Rated:3/5
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Puck Bunny
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A hockey groupie on the road to being a cougar.
"I'm just tired of being called a puckbunny, when I'm a REAL fan."
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