No, No That’s Not How You Say It
John DeVore

A very entertaining and conscientious piece .( I am english- we speak our own language funny too,as often as not .) There are only a few minor misunderstandings i’ve noticed in the more general differences between your english and ours . Our word ‘pissed’ simply means ‘inebriated’ , and our ‘mad’ just means ‘insane’. For those interested in other variations of the ‘mother tongue’ : your trash is our rubbish. your longshoremen are our dockers. your truck is our lorry. your candy is our sweet(s) your ass is our arse. our ass is a donkey . ( as in , Jesus rode on an ass . . . . )

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