I'll have to get my manager on that right away!! Bred, born , raised and will die under the maple leaf, although I do have many transplanted relatives in the right to bear arms country. We constantly disagree about that point and their " Amendments". JIMHow do you manage to deduce that OldmanJim?
I can see the Star-Spangled Banner but no maple leaves!
you must check the punctuation. Eh! Is not Eh? Get it? lol After all as someone once pointed out to me you did invent the language, eh! Eh? JIMIt's the way you tell them Jim!
I read it as "A Canadian eh?"
On this side of the pond "eh" usually interprets as "what?"
As in "eh it's snowing again"
I read it as eh! But interpreted it as eh?Y
you must check the punctuation. Eh! Is not Eh? Get it? lol After all as someone once pointed out to me you did invent the language, eh! Eh? JIM
Never any offence taken from the crew on this forum. It's all fun, fun , fun till Daddy takes the z-bird away! JIMI read it as eh! But interpreted it as eh?
The inference I took from you is that somehow you knew they were Canadian from either a clue in the picture or some other intuition!
Yes we invented the language, you just need to learn to speak and write it (joke)
Had you said "Hi from Canada" all would have been unambiguous!!
Just let me or HardTop know if you need any more lessons
All said in fun with no offence intended
Yes! But mostly like A! Depends if you get the English or French version. JIMStill a little confused, hi do yo pronounce your "e" with a emphasis on the a b c d e sound like Austrailians eempty on eeggs" or a more phonetic sounding e like when the English say "air " without the r "aih' ?[/QUOTE