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Twitter has flared up recently over the oft-argued question of whether a flat circular disc of battered and deep-fried potato should be called a potato scallop, potato cake or potato fritter in Australia. The correct answer? It depends on where you live.
We’ve mentioned before that knowing a few words in the native language can help improve your travel experience. Knowing some of the local slang can help, too — though it’s a bit tougher. Natalie Holmes at Conde Nast Traveller lays out local slang for a few major international cities.