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    meleliza @meleliza

    Yes, I thought so. It means underwear and I’m sure it has an old fashioned ring to it here : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skivvy. But it is funny the differences in the “same” language. I’ll never forget the first time I met my mother in law in England and telling her about how I wants to go shopping for some “pants” not realizing that meant underpants in England and I should have said “trousers.” she was quite taken aback. Then there was the time when my husband asked my parents for a “torch.” lol, he meant “flashlight!” They hadn’t the first clue what he was talking about and probably thought he wanted a pitchfork too to chase some villagers. When we first met in Germany, DH once had to translate into German what he meant because I couldn’t understand his English! So funny.

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