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      Originally posted by Kaniaz
      right now there's a crisp packet that has been sat on my desk for about 3 days. I should get rid of it, but I can't be bothered.
      what's a crisp?
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      In england, "chips" means "fries" and crisps means "chips"

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      Originally posted by Kaniaz
      In england, \"chips\" means \"fries\" and crisps means \"chips\"
      i knew about the chips/fries issue, but didn't realize chips were called crisps. interesting...i wonder why that didn't catch on in Canada?

      So tell me, what do you call chocolate bars? They seem to call them candy bars in the U.S.
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      We call our chocolate bars, well, chocolate bars. We don't call anything candy.

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      Originally posted by Kaniaz
      We call our chocolate bars, well, chocolate bars. We don't call anything candy.
      interesting. hey, how about a couch? apparently some Canadians (maybe up north?) like to call it a chesterfield.
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      We call it a sofa. Only posh people call it a Chesterfield here

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      So what would you call a candy cane? Peppermint cane?

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      Good question. I think we just call it "that stick that tastes nice".

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