Every day I'm frustrated that I cannot express myself as well in English as in Swedish. Sometimes I sound really stupid, like when I try to talk about bikes. How could I know all the names of the parts on a bike? But I wouldn't blame anyone from just assuming that I don't know what I'm talking about at all.
But it's also stimulating to be totally immersed in an environment of a language which I know this well. I note little things here and there, funny things which I like. Like how it says on the vending machine that it takes loonies and toonies -- that took me about ten seconds to figure out. That's the one dollar and two dollar coins!
And I think people here are very fond of rhyming. "My ride, my guide" (time table for buses), "Hot eats, cool treats" (some restaurant), "Turn the knob to Bob" (ad for a radio show), "Stoop and scoop" (clean up after your dog!), "Pay and display" (parking meter), and so on... Little phrases that dance inside my head, very catchy this rhyming thing.
I was never good at wordplay based on the sound of words, even in Swedish. Rhyming is difficult. But I do have an ear for it.