There are many from where I grew up in Hawaii, these are all "pidgin' english", often spoken by locals there:
"Slippah" for flip flops, not house slippers! (people there really don't wear them, lol)
"Beef" can mean to fight
"Broke da mout" means absolutely delicious
"junk" means terrible, lousy, worthless (adjective, not as a noun)
"okole" (oh-koh-lay) means bum/behind/buttock
"da kine" (the kine/the kind, actually sounds like "duck-kine", lol. classic ubiquitous term, equivalent to "whatchamacallit" in English
"pauhana" (pow-huh-nuh) means finished work, as in "pauhana traffic" when going home.
I've heard my Canadian friends say, "coach" for couch/sofa, and "decal" is meant for sticker and rhymes with "jekyll" as in jekyll and hyde. There's probably a lot more, but can't think of any right now...I'm sure people from there can add more, to make it fun!
Interesting to note: I believe only Americans say the letter "Z" as "zee" while other countries say "zed/zet", including Japanese, Europeans, and Canadians, but please correct me if I'm mistaken!