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It is bloody cold here.
Americans/Canadians: is "eager beaver" an expresion on your side of the pond?
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3/2/18 11:30 am (UTC)
Yes. I do believe that would be an expression any due South character would use.
3/2/18 01:14 pm (UTC)
I'm trying to write some dS (emphasis
Ray and Fraser are up to meet the lead responding officer at the crime scene. His name is Eager.
"Do people call you Beaver all the time"
"'S okay, I'm Stanley Kowalski and he's a brand of shoe polish"
(He's not but how do they know? Also people are going to ask "so, uh, where's the hat?" and Fraser's answers are going to get more and more ludicrous and people aren't going to notice.