This annoys me a bit. In Canada we say we are going to barbecue something, an the rest of the world says “Hey stupid Canadians: barbecue is not a verb. You are going to grill something on your barbecue.”
So why is no one saying “Hey you stupid American: Grill is not a noun. You are happy with your new Barbecue that you can grill on?”
my buddy’s half-sister makes $68/hr on the internet. She has been out of a job for 5 months but last month her check was $12864 just working on the internet for a few hours. Go to this web site and read more>>>>>>>>>>>goo . gl/Ab1mm
wtf, they deleted my post? there are some odd moderation standards round here.
things that are OK:
-hamptonernest type spam about working from home and making tons of money
-novella sized rants about sexual molestation of: animals, women, men, boys, girls, the elderly, inanimate objects, …
things that are not OK:
-a link to amazon to a product that is germane to the conversation at hand.
Hey Teeko , dont worry in Australia we barbeque everything . on the bbq and when we hold a party in our back yards its called having a barbeque .. I didnt realise it was such a touchy subject for the rest of the world .. oh we also call flip flops (or jandels ) thongs which confuses the fuck out of anyone not from here and call our duvet’s ‘doona’s” But then we are all crazy down here ….