Native Saskatchewan dance, usually performed at weddings
A small hill
Two small hills
An unintelligent person
Died, or quit working. As in: “My pickup calved on me.”
Closed fisted punch
Conversation with little value
Walk or kick. Almost anything foot-related.
A Saskatchewanite who moved to Alberta, made a lot of money in the oil industry, and then returned to Saskatchewan to toss his money around.
Travel or leave a scene in a hurry
A very large person. (Possibly a derivative from professional wrestling legend Haystack Calhoun.)
“This stumpwit rig-wig was standing in line in front of me at the L.B., yabberin’ about this and that till the cows came home. I was noodlin’ the notion of slapping him snotless, but he was a bit of a Calhoun, so I just hoofed him in the coins and pinned ‘er. But, as luck would have it, my pick-up calved half-way up the mountain.”