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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by B_Think_Kink, Oct 25, 2007.
Self explanatory. Lets share some Canadian pride! I am proud to be Canadian!! Are you?
Im an Canadian / Aussie, the two best countries in the world( maybe NZ too). Easy going people that know how to have a good time at no ones expense. and we like to say aay after our statements.
All of these copycat threads are about pride (at least in stated purpose), and that's fine, I guess, but the thread you're copying wasn't supposed to be about pride. It was supposed to be about what makes you culturally unique or identifiable.
So what makes Canadians Canadians? I usually think of friendly, easy-going people, too.
Let's hear it for our friends in the Great White North!!! :biggrin1:
Oh NIC, don't be so down on this thread. There's no law saying they can't start a thread with whatever they want!
We love Canadians!
Sheep skin mits together and clap!
I AM CANADIAN !
and you know what that means...
Truth be I never opened or read the caption for the other threads.. I wanted one about pride and Canada..
I wasn't trying to be down on it. Just seemed like a lot of people were missing the point of earllog's thread.
OK NIC -- gawsh, you're too cute to be mad at! :wink:
I love Canada... it's America's hat! So warm, and it protects us from the snow (mostly).
Also, all the Canadians I know are so prideful about their country. But not in a mean way, in a funny way.
Plus, who doesn't love real, fresh maple syrup? Seriously... it's one of the major things I miss about living in the New England.
As for what makes them unique... well, they have Quebec. :tounge-in-cheek:
My ancestors came to Canada in the late 1600's. And we've been here ever since.
What makes me Canadian, well, Not bragging after I've accomplished
something, being proud but not yelling it to the world,
never starting a fight, but always finishing it.
And of course, the following....
I like Canadians but I hate maple syrup.
Does passive aggressively insulting your neighbors with barbs disguised as self-congratulation make one Canadian?
I am American, but I ate at a Tim Horton's once. Does that qualify me?
OMG! So getting something like that done!
Wow! most Americans haven't a clue what they are missing out on. I heart Timmy's!
Yeah, beauty way ta go, eh? Sti' Tabernache!
More for me then!
My s/o has been in Canada THREE times this year, and he loves it. (He was just in Toronto)
I haven't been to Canada YET, but judging by the pics, someday I'd like to buy a second home on the coast of Vancouver Island and commute between Los Angeles, San Francisco and British Columbia.