Chatterbox #89 – You’re late!

The idea for this episode came from a Culips listener, Igor, who thought this might be an interesting topic. He was late to meet his friend, and his friend said, “I’m getting old here!” So here’s your episode, Igor. In it, Maura and Harp talk about the importance of being on time and what to do if you’re late in Canada. They also explain Igor’s friend’s expression, and give you a few others you might hear if you’re late!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • Better late than never
  • To show up
  • On time
  • Fashionably late
  • Who’s counting?
  • Under control
  • To stand someone up
  • I’m getting old here
  • I don’t have all day
  • Take a chill pill
  • A rhyme
  • To waltz in
  • Without a care in the world
  • From now on
  • To grace us with your presence

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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