tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3321328193086175758.post886266693932476067..comments2010-08-24T16:35:14.309-04:00Comments on How to Spot a Canadian: They Say "Eh"HowToSpotACanadian.cahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02286711529179969368noreply@blogger.comBlogger8125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3321328193086175758.post-72777438734657144022010-08-24T16:35:14.309-04:002010-08-24T16:35:14.309-04:00Eh, I love you guys.Eh, I love you guys.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3321328193086175758.post-81319226328425783902009-05-22T19:57:20.282-04:002009-05-22T19:57:20.282-04:00Thanks for not giving away any secrets here, eh?Thanks for not giving away any secrets here, eh?marehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08369629608272488082noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3321328193086175758.post-37904087825145282492009-05-14T20:54:00.000-04:002009-05-14T20:54:00.000-04:00I'm from da' Bronx and once shared a room w/a Cana...I'm from da' Bronx and once shared a room w/a Canadian for 2 days during a conference - all she said was eh? and all I said was yo! She asked and I agreed - perfect !Kate Rawlinshttp://www.kateswindow.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3321328193086175758.post-22405923119735461402009-05-14T11:08:00.000-04:002009-05-14T11:08:00.000-04:00I think you missed the whole thread on "F#@#ing EH...I think you missed the whole thread on "F#@#ing EH!" Usually, the previous statement is "Beer?" So, to recap...<br /><br />"Beer?"<br />"F%^$ing EH!" (Note.. no question mark)Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3321328193086175758.post-37383413959044048352009-05-12T13:15:00.000-04:002009-05-12T13:15:00.000-04:00My first word was "car-car". And I didn't learn "...My first word was "car-car". And I didn't learn "eh" until my first visit to Vancouver. I was 19. But once I learned it, it was like I'd been born doing it. <br /><br />P.S. I'm a Newfoundlander. We have our own "eh". It's called "Wha?"gilliebeanhttp://clubfritch.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3321328193086175758.post-46606518080670926872009-05-12T11:10:00.000-04:002009-05-12T11:10:00.000-04:00Thanks for the Stumble. I don't notice myself doi...Thanks for the Stumble.<br /><br />I don't notice myself doing it usually either, but when I try and pay attention I realise I use "eh" A LOT.HowToSpotACanadian.cahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02286711529179969368noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3321328193086175758.post-45565775237483578252009-05-12T10:56:00.000-04:002009-05-12T10:56:00.000-04:00Eh is our calling card. When surrounded by foreign...Eh is our calling card. When surrounded by foreigners, it's how we signal for help to each other. <br /><br />I'm glad you pointed out how it's so much more than something we just tack on to the end of a sentence or statement. A true Canadian use it many ways.<br /><br />Well done and Stumbled.freetheunicornshttp://freetheunicorns.wordpress.com/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3321328193086175758.post-33800730717759807172009-05-12T10:50:00.000-04:002009-05-12T10:50:00.000-04:00I always tried to explain it as a verbalization of...I always tried to explain it as a verbalization of the question mark. You know, eh?<br /><br />I don't even NOTICE myself doing it, but I have been caught by Americans so often that I must be "eh-ing"... like a subconscious call to other Canucks!Pamhttp://frozennowhere.comnoreply@blogger.com