I love the language that we learn from others. We heard a great story from a visiting family whose sons were horrified when a woman nearby loudly told her toddler, "Sit on your fanny!"
When traveling with some new Aussie friends, they thought it was hysterical that after sunset I said I was going to change from shorts to long pants (I should have said 'trousers'.) And when it was my turn to make dinner, one asked if 'tea' was almost ready. What? I was making her dinner, and now she wants a cup of tea! (We laughed when it was explained.)
We hire a limo because that includes a person. You can hire a limo, hire a car, rent a hotel room, never use the word fanny, or whatever you want! Just be sure to enjoy your time in California. シ
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