Being born and raised in a small town, ya know, eating, sleeping, breathing, working living alongside other isolated individuals, seeing and speaking to the same 20 people every day creates lovable “humanoid-able” characters. When a community begins to develop its own slang, it creates its own meaning to everyday words…it becomes a mixture of local aboriginal languages and dialects. In North West River we hear four languages every day including English plus French, Inuit, and Innu. Of course, we learned all the swear words first, lol! Every generation, every wave of local folk grow up hearing stories and jokes about the people who lived in North West River back in the ’50s, ‘60s, and ’70s. Their humor has been passed down. We all find it funny, just because we can still relate to exactly what they meant. Not much has changed here in the past 60 years. That’s how the cast of Last Stop garage became lovable “humanoid-able” characters.
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