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8. Re: Out of the Blue Apr 23, 2013, 12:54 Cutter
nin wrote on Apr 23, 2013, 11:24:
We use the phrase "heater" here as well. Hence calling a "heat and air guy" as opposed to a "plumber" that Blue mentioned the other day.

Also we have "pop" here and not "soda".

We generally say pop, but sometimes say soda. When we refer to a heater we usually mean the small, portable types. Yes, and a plumber for us is someone who works specifically on plumbing. Anyone else is a furnace and air guy. I remember when I was younger we used to say chesterfield all the time but now everyone just says couch or sofa.
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