Bug2k: Montrealers such as myself are largely sick of these laws, including most of my francophone friends.
lilplatinum: Bug2k: Montrealers such as myself are largely sick of these laws, including most of my francophone friends.Is francophone what they have to call the iPhone there?
ZAZ: What is the Québécois word for pasta?
Kumana Wanalaia: PFK? Splitters.
Robo Beat: In Canada, the Québécois are surrounded by Anglophones.
Magic_Button: ..so I don't know much about Quebec, except that it's a part of Canada, which I have always thought of as a primarily English-speaking country. Reading this article, I'm amused that there is such a thing as a "language minister" and a "language office" or department or whatever...I mean, seriously? When it comes to government waste, I can hardly think of anything more potentially wasteful that whatever a "language department" does.Office of Religion ?A federal office that has no powersA Committee that has never met or decided anything
uttertosh: Kumana Wanalaia: PFK? Splitters.HA! You got a serious chuckle from me for that!! :DWe have NFC in Sweden (Nordstan Fried Chicken)[www.collectiveshopping.se image 416x280]
quatchi: karmachameleon: quatchi: Except in Quebec where it is PFKWhat does the P stand for?Poulet is French for Chicken. So... Poulet Frit Kentucky.
karmachameleon: quatchi: Except in Quebec where it is PFKWhat does the P stand for?Poulet Frite Kentucky , je suspect.
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