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As much as we learn traditional English in school we all are familiarized with the American way of speaking This paperwork is meant to pinpoint the informal language and a bit of the very informal one in order to bring a little amusement As George Bernard Shaw once said England and America are two countries separated by the same language The truth is that the Americans are used to cutting down to size even little words And that goes for all vocabulary from A to Z Time is money And therefore is more economic to buy some tix instead of tickets a boss-a-tonic instead of a two liter bottle of tonic to read an add instead of an advertisement or to say sqeet instead of Lets go eat It is indeed PDQ- er PDQ pretty damn quick If you are D and D drunk and disorderly or bazzo which means the same thing just to be sure you dont misspell youd better say to a person that heshe has SA instead of sex-appeal And you shouldnt be afraid of a Mub mafia message when going to a restaurant in the US and seeing on the toilet door the letters XYZ Yes it is indeed an warning but only that of eXamining Your Zipper For Americans especially those living around Boston the letters FBI represent another reason to upset them Foreign-Born-Irish are the recent immigrants from Ireland who take highly paid jobs in high tech Americans do not seem to have any trouble in understanding these codes They come up with such witty new phrases all the time What does PED XING mean written in large letters on the road It means the pedestrians X there or in other words they cross the street American kids will understand this kind of code as soon as they learn how to read or to drive- whichever comes first So if one of the American kids tells you Hey
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