27? That’s nothing. Two weeks ago Toronto hit 36 with humidity that made it feel like 44. That would be 111.2 for the folks playing in Fahrenheit. I really don’t get why people think it’s so much colder in the US than it is in Canada - most of the population of Canada lives close to the Canada/US border, not in Nunvaut. It’s not going to be a hell of a lot colder in Toronto or Ottawa than it is in NY or Maine most of the time. People often buy the bagged milk when they have families - it tends to be significantly cheaper per litre than milk in a carton depending on where you buy it. I totally didn’t realize that bagged milk was just an Ontario/Quebec thing. OH. Here’s a question: I get a lot of shit from my American friends re: how I say sorry. Almost everyone I know in Canada pronounces it “sore-e”, while my US friends seem to pronounce it “sar-e”. Confirm/deny? “Sar-e” seems odd to me - it’s not sarry, it’s sorry.