2 thoughts on “It’s all Greek to me

  1. I usually say “it’s double Dutch to me” when people say things I don’t understand (which is most of the time).

    I’ve just Googled this phrase, and it seems it’s legit.

    Have you used it before?

  2. It’s Canadian to me.

    I was at a grocery store in northern New Hampshire and a very nice man insisted on carrying my groceries to the car. He spoke with a New England accent. I speak like I’m from central Ohio (I thought). This gentleman started talking to us as if we were from Canada. I said we’re not Canadian. He got very embarrassed and apologized beyond reason. I told him I’ve been called much worse things than Canadian. He got even more embarrassed.

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