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Also our coins taste like syrup if you suck on them long enough.
Can confirm that it is actually true, but only for the $100
I smelled every bill and they all smell like syrup
We don't even have a dollar bill... - PetSoundsV 9 Comments
I just LOVE maple syrup on my bacon and pancakes.
Pancakes and bacon with maple syrup, delicious! If you haven't tried it then you should - CanadianGirl
Maple syrup adds a great flavour to everything, but sometimes those things ruin the maple, and that's not good.
Haha I even put maple syrup on top of maple syrup! I LOVE maple syrupV 18 Comments
Although French is an official language of Canada, only about 22% of Canadians speak French.
French is our second language
Not really, yes Quebec is a French province, but most people speak English.
Wow. Whoever made this really needs to review their History.V 7 Comments
I AM A KID PEOPLE! where do people get this idea?
Its not all we drink. But a cold beer after a hard days work? No one can complain about that.
We r not drunk every day if we were it would be on the news several times
Oh and...KEITHSV 22 Comments
Sled dogs are for the rich. Personally, I ride a polar bear to work every day
Oh yes we ride our polar bears on our one road to get back to our igloos - Morgie2311
No we have cars nethier do we ride polar bears
Yep! Sure do! We ride them on our roads of plowed snow, to our buildings made out of ice! Oh! We also wear our winter parkas in the middle of summer to! - CanadianGirl
And Australians ride in kangaroos to work. whoever made stereotypes are idiots. I'm blaming Americans until I'm proven wrongV 26 Comments
No it isn't. Bologna is bloody disgusting. Canadian bacon is just.. bacon? I've never had American bacon but I've heard it's nasty.
Well does that make it less good? I think not
1. You have to get permission to ice-fish in a lot of places.
2. Do you know how cold it is to sit on ice while you're exposed to the wind? Around a hole?
3. A lot of fish are smaller in the winter. Not as much meat.
4. It's easier to just stock a pond.
5. I have lived in Canada my whole life and only went ice-fishing once, and that was because we had exchange students from China who wanted to try it.
I don't think we ice-fish for our food.
What?! Where in the world do people get these? We don't eat ice fish laugh out loud
I have never even caught a fish while ice fishing so consider me starved lol
I'm vegetarian so I'm not sure about that lol.V 14 Comments
I don't eat even eat caribou so why would I hunt it - CanadianGirl
It is illegal to hunt caribou in Alberta.
No but caribou is REALLY good
I don't even huntV 7 Comments
What the hell are "colored pencils"
Kay, it's COLOURED not COLORED and we say Pencil Crayons... What the heck is COLOURED Pencils?
I'm used to saying it as "pencil crayons" ever since I was in first grade. "Coloured pencils" sounds odd for me.
They are not pencils! not even pencils with color added
they look like pencils right, and they have wax added right JUST LIKE CRAYONS!
Yeah right that's a good joke! Just because he is Canadian doesn't mean we have to like him.
Wow hilarious we are all laughing our heads off at your "funny" joke he came from Canada but he seems to like the U. S so America, you can have him
Yes, he is Canadian, but that doesn't mean we like him. Mostly little girls did now, no one really listens to him.
Haha, funny joke! I'm Canadian, and I'm personally ashamed that that idiot comes from my country.V 21 Comments
To be fair, nobody likes the dark
I'm sure most Americans aren't all that fond of the dark either
Oh no it's getting dark, I better go ride my polar bear out of this snow storm so I get home to my igloo so I can finish watching hockey with my brothers eh
Ok, I sorta am. Not really, though.V 12 Comments
Ok that one is very true, we do say zed. That one is not a stereotype
ZEE just sounds stupid. ZED actually makes senses
Some say zee, some say zed.
British say zed, and zee sounds weird. As in zeeebra, no. zebra - HaterV 15 Comments
It's called accent idiots - CanadianGirl
Well maybe we're pronouncing everything right, and you're the ones mispronouncing everything
No, we just have an awesome accent.
What are you talking aboot?V 3 Comments
These three countries experienced a rapid, massive and multicultural input of immigrants... With very small part of the population expressing intolerant racism (racism exist in every corner of the earth)... those countries welcomed them, helped them to settle and only expected the minimum payback from immigrants; Respect and Integrate as much as possible to their cultures, without asking, expecting or forcing them to stop professing their believes and traditions from their homelands...
Canada is only ONE country...and America is more social than us.
I can say this is mostly true, they're still people who commit race hate crimes. Expecially targeting visible minorities such as Muslims due to 9/11 and it's after effects.V 1 Comment
I'm Canadian, I'm a canuck if that tells you near where I live. I can honestly assure you that we are, in fact, not living in igloos. And we have telephones. And I don't say EH after everything. And I ride in cars opposed to sled dogs. I am not a lumber jack. I can be rude. I don't watch hockey, in fact, I hate it. It isn't our national sport, lacrosse is. I say about. I buy my food in a store and yes, it can be cold, but it warms up in the summer and spring. And no, I do not know Santa personally. I'm done here. Congrats, you read the whole comment.
To be honest, igloos are pretty comfy. There's lots of storage for my bacon and maple syrup. It keeps my beer nice and cold, my polar bear really likes the temperature, and eh, the cold lets me wear my toque in peace.
I'm Canadian and just to clarify we don't live in igloos or ride polar bears so who ever thinks that is pretty uneducated no offense. I mean think about places Vancouver or Toronto their city's. And it would be pretty weird if you were waking down the street in a city and you saw some one "ridding a polar bear to their igloo". it would be weird right?
Who made this, an uneducated child?! No offense.V 14 Comments
We don't ride polar we drive in cars just like every one in the states
Polar bears can kill you what I live in northern Quebec no one uses polar bear
My polar bears name is mr. Red green and I ride him to work every day
We can't. There aren't enough polar in the world for every Canadian.V 14 Comments
Even If it were true and all of us ate them it's nothing to be ashamed of, it just means we got good taste - CanadianGirl
I eat it ALL the time! It's amazing! Who wouldn't love fries in rich gravy and squeaky cheese curds. And yes Americans, poutine is on our McDonalds menu
I wouldn't know what Poutines were until I heard Canada had them. Blame the PR - An American Girl
I don't like poutineV 9 Comments
Not true, sure there are a lot of homeless people there, but there are also many great native folk.
No! I live in Winnipeg there may be quite a few homeless people but not all natives are dirty! I don't know where this started bit its NOT true! - CanadianGirl
? never heard of this one
NO!V 5 Comments
Really! Bet whoever said this ain't never been to Canada, cause we have more sense then most! - CanadianGirl
That's just mean.
We love smoking dope NOT
What the heck is dope?V 10 Comments
It's only good in Quebec though...
I love poutine, but that is not all we eat.
I personally prefer pancakes instead. With maple syrup of course.
I Rarely eat poutineV 8 Comments
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