Something A steriotypical Canadian Pirate would say.
First introduced on a flash animation called Claveman on Newgrounds.com
(This definition is not intended to be taken seriously!)
I was quietly walking along and a Canadian Pirte attacked me shouting Arr! Eh?
1) A Giocheque received from the British government, esp. as payment of Unemployment Benefit.
2) A small, narrow alleyway between houses
Sense 1)"Arr eh laa, I 'aven't got yer dough dis week kidda, me jigger's late!"
Sese 2)"Deez plods wuz chasin us, so we run down de jigger and inter dis fella's back gaaarden"
Possibly the oddest simpsons character ever. His sole purpose in life seems to be dancing for "nickles"(thats 5 cents for all the none american people) whilst playing an accordian.
He has been known to dance for up 25 cents/a quarter (clever these yanks eh?) and this, according to our only source, means he will dance for hours (at least 2).
Pete's place of work is the Sea Captain's store (or shop, for the none americans again) on Springfield Harbour.
Arrr! Thats handsome pete! He dances for nickles!
or in extremis
Arr! A quarter! He'll be dancing for hours!
Basically the same meaning as Bull-Shit, but far more socially acceptable, and it's kind of funny sounding. Comes from the dynamic and complicated, vowel defficient, language that is known as NARTHERN.
"Yee, I did a hef-arse job o tha vehucle in aboot a hef an arr."
"BULLWOCKY, tha wauint a hef-arse job, that was bayd, cher ass over here and I'll learn ye ow te do er righ."
Pirate slang for doubloons
Eh, ye get ani dubs in da booty? .. yar?
The short term for the best country in the world, Canada !
Some foreign dude: heelo comrade ver arr you from?
Canadian: C-NATION!!!!!!! YEAHH!!
Some foreign dude: guud... cao...
The way Canadians, British, Australians, and any other English-speaking country aside from the United States pronounce the final letter of the alphabet: Z. The American pronounciation "Zee" is derived from a now commonly obsolete late 17th century English dialect. The pronounciation "Zed" is ratified by the French "Zède", the Spanish and Italian "Zeta", and the Dutch "Zet", to name a few.
Eh, Bee, See, Dee, Ee, Eff, Gee, Aych, Eye, Jay, Kay, El, Em, Enn, Oh, Pee, Cue, Arr, Ess, Tee, You, Vee, Double-You, Ex, Why, **Zed.**