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by Mark M. Orkin

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ISBN:
0773611185
Author:
Mark M. Orkin
Language:
English
Publisher:
General Publishing (1982)
Pages:
135 pages
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1548 kb
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1506 kb
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1396 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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991


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Canajan, eh? by. Orkin, Mark M;Bickerstaff, Issac. 138. Ppi. 300. Republisher date.

Canajan, eh? Paperback – Oct 1 1997. by Mark M Orkin (Author). Orkin provides a hysterical twist and satirical work on Canadian English. As in: I tellya Rick, the Leafs' lass game was sumpm broodle". Somethings never change. It promotes the glory of Canada and the foolishness of the . As an American, I found it hysterical to be referred to as the "Hugh Ess!" A must read for both Canadians and Americans.

Canajan, Eh? by Isaac Bickerstaff and Mark M. Orkin.

Canajan, Eh? Mark M. Stoddart, 1997 - Humor - 140 pages. Bibliographic information. Illustrated by. Isaac Bickerstaff. 3, illustrated, revised.

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I’m also working on a comic book and I’ll be sharing that with you guys too. Now if there’s someone out there who would like to help out with the page to bring the funny back.

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Humor, Canadian
  • huckman
This is a cute book. It gives some insight into the thinking of Canadians. It's mostly just for fun, but now I see what letters they drop, so the overall idea should help next time I hear a Canadian speaking rapidly!
  • Ganthisc
Orkin provides a hysterical twist and satirical work on Canadian English. It promotes the glory of Canada and the foolishness of the U.S. As an American, I found it hysterical to be referred to as the "Hugh Ess!" A must read for both Canadians and Americans.