The Bluenosers' Book of Slang

The Bluenosers' Book of Slang

By Vernon Oickle (CA)

Publisher: MacIntyre Purcell Publishing Inc.


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Nova Scotia is blessed with a rich language. It is literally littered with words and expressions that vary from county to county, and town to town. From a dog's breakfast, to blowin' a gale, bed lunch, giv'er, fill yer boots, dough funkers, back-ass-wards and right some good, Nova Scotia Slang will introduce you to a whole new language.

You know you speak Nova Scotian when...
- You've just made a hodgepodge.
- You caught your toe on the carpet and went arse over kettle.
- You know you've got a right nice car.
- Your mother is a bag of nerves after that near miss on the highway this morning.
- You invite your friends to come on over to the beach on Saturday night for a feed of lobster.
- You describe that really bad smell in your basement as being fowsty.
- Your kid is acting like a fart in a mitten.
- Someone calls you a hard-looking ticket and you know exactly what they're talking about.
- You are experiencing a severe case of the flying axe handles this morning.
- You ask your visitors, "Jeet yet?"

About the Author: Vernon Oickle is an international award winning journalist, editor and writer. He is the author of 27 books, including Red Sky at Night, Nova Scotia Outrageous Outhouse Reader, Ghost Stories of Nova Scotia and the bestselling series of books based on the saying, "One Crow Sorrow..." Maritime folklore, superstitions and traditions are his passion. Vernon continues to reside in Liverpool where he was born and raised.

Language: eng

128 pages

Publication Date: 20180723

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