http://ww2.nationalpost.com/m/wp/blog.html?b=news.nationalpost.com%2F2013%2F12%2F26%2Ffrom-toque-to-mickey-ten-canadianisms-that-will-leave-other-english-speakers-utterly-confused A funny read. Some of the things I use on a regular basis such as: Mickey Used by 88% of Canadians A 375 ml bottle of liquor. In the United States, the term mickey is slang term for a date rape drug, and 69% of Americans were unaware of its more benign Canadian usage. Mickey is actually one of a series of uniquely Canadian booze measurements revealed by the survey. Two four (a case of 24 beers), twenty sixer (a 750 ml bottle of liquor) and forty-pounder (a 1.14 liter bottle of liquor) were all virtually unknown outside the Great White North. Toque Used by 100% of Canadians Virtually every culture with both cold weather and access to sheep has some national variant of the knit cap. The Afghans have the pakol, the U.S. Coast Guard supplies its crews with watch caps and Canadians, for half the year, wear toques. But while this was the only word on the survey that obtained unanimous usage among the Canadians, a majority of the non-Canadians said they had never even heard of it Robertson Screwdriver (far superior to Phillips imho) Used by 92% of Canadians Technologically superior to its wedge or Phillips-head cousins, the Robertson screw, invented by Ontarian P.L. Robertson, is ubiquitous on Canadian construction sites, yet only constitutes a fraction of all U.S. screw salespurportedly because the screw was long-ago eschewed by carmaker Henry Ford. Thus, while respondents had probably encountered square head screws before, only 16% of Commonwealth respondents and 5% of Americans recognized the products technical name. and while there's mention of the Homo (aka whole) Milk, there is no mention of the phenomenon that is bagged milk.