- 6 months ago
- Wedding: October 2017
I come from northern Ontario Canada so there are a few slang words that aren’t really used in other places.
Word/slang “Jar” “Jar out”
Context “That’s a jar” “Buddy over there made me jar out”
Meaning Someone made you laugh like crazy or you’re having a fun/good time. No one knew what I was talking about outside of northern Ontario so I tried to drop saying this.
Context “My packsack is really heavy”
Meaning Another word for back pack.
Word/slang “May run”
Context “You doing anything for May run?”
Meaning The holiday weekend in May. It has something to do with fish runs opening at that time. I would say this when I first started dating my husband and he thought I was talking about running in May haha
Word/slang “May 2-4”
Context “I’m going to the cottage May 2-4”
Meaning May 24th is Queen Victorias birthday and it’s a long weekend. It also references a 24 case of beer.
Context “Buddy got me so wet after that snowjob.”
Meaning It sounds dirty (haha) but it’s when someone takes snow and shoves it in your face. Southerners call it a face wash.
Context “Wanna go out for a rip on the sled?”
Meaning Go out for a drive usually on a ski-doo (sled) or any motorized vehicle.