I learned a new word this summer. As a 30-something communications professional, this doesn’t happen to me all that often.
The word is–you ready for it?
Have you heard that one before?
According to Urban Dictionary: “To have had enough to eat, to be full. Apparently of Canadian origin.”
Ahh, another unique Canadian colloquialism.
And the perfect Canadian illustration for this suffonsification? A jar of maple syrup, homemade on our farm. Notice the jar even says “Made in Canada.” Personally, I am never suffonsified when it comes to pure maple syrup.
Like many people who work in communications, I’m a word nerd. I love alliteration (see above), rhymes (see above) and vocabulary. Finding the exact right word to describe a particular situation is my job–and something I love doing.
Now to work this into my daily vocabulary… or even better, my professional writing.