Our friends in Canada have many regional words and phrases that may amuse Americans: For example, a knit hat is known as a in most areas, and flip flops often go by the name " word="" target=_blank> .
美国的幼老友增拿年夜有良众几众益众场合场面词汇和习语，开常让人忍俊不禁。益比，在增拿年夜年夜年夜都区域，编织帽（knit hat）被称作无边女帽（），人字拖（flip flops）叫做丁字鞋（thongs）。
But one province has a word for sweatshirts that could cause a , in the best way.
Data journalists recently surveyed more than 9,500 people across Canada about regional words and phrases, then organized those words into maps that show how popular certain terms are in a given place. This particular map has us itching to visit Saskatchewan, if only to hear them say “bunnyhug” instead of “sweatshirt.”
Yup, that snuggly garment is commonly called a bunnyhug in Canada’s rugged, beautiful Saskatchewan province, CBC News has also reported. Information about the term’s origin is slim, though a 2007 article says it may have come from a 1950s dance called the bunny hop, in which participants wrapped their arms around the waist of the person in front of them.