Where you're likely to hear it: Vancouver, British Columbia
What it means: Describes how lifestyle can be a currency. When you're doing something incredible that money can't buy: being with friends at a music show, riding the cleanest wave ever, etc.
How it’s used in a sentence: He tagged a picture of hiking near Garibaldi Lake with, “Life money well spent.”
Go out for a rip
Where you're likely to hear it: Toronto, Kingston, across Canada
What it means: To go out and have an easy-going, laid-back time.
How it’s used in a sentence: "Hey, I'll pick you up in a few, and we'll go out for a rip."
Where you're likely to hear it: Nova Scotia, Eastern Canada
What it means: Pronounced like "funded," it means to be extremely hungry or famished.
How it’s used in a sentence: "I was gutfoundered last night till I got some cod tongues and poutine."