Welcome to Toronto: Our mayor smokes crack and our hockey team sucks.
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From a reader:
Something that my American coworkers seem to be really confused about. This may be more of a cockney thing, but I think it’s worth noting.
When an English person greets you with “Hi, you alright?” It means, in English- ‘hi, how are you?’
Americans hear ‘hi, what’s wrong…you look like there is something wrong with you’
The English usually omit the “Hi” part, which adds to the confusion.Source: english2english
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