Is "What's up, Doc?" an appropriate response to a Scot who asks if you're wabbit?
Is it logical to assume that a cowhand has been dipping into the loco weed when he tells you he's six feet above snakes?
If an Australian gives you heaps, should you thank him, laugh, get angry, or see a doctor?
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