The people of Saskatchewan are a truly interesting group. The things we say prove it very well!
Here are a few terms that are still and mainly used in Saskatchewan today, enjoy!
**Collected from Canada.com/cbc.ca**
1) Combine Pilot
A “Combine Pilot” is a bad Saskatchewan driver.
2) Bush Party
A large party (hosted by teens) in a farmers field. Huge bonfires are common at these parties along with underage drinking… Recipe for disaster!
3) Cow Chips
Dried cow poop… Yup, we made a name for it.
4) Prairie Oyster
Fried bull testicle, and it’s a delicacy.. Who started this??
5) Saskatchewan Chrome
Duct tape used to repair vehicles… What ever works, bud!
6) Back Forty
40 acres of land that is a distance from home.
When family, friends, or neighbors come together to complete a task.
8) The Center Of The Universe
Aka: Toronto/ Ontario… (Makes sense)
A Prince Albert term for “good”. Is it Opposite Day??
When someone hits the ditch. I don’t think rhubarb or cabbage are a common ditch plant..