Wendy Zammit Scicluna
YA ANY PROUD OF IT.
YA ANY PROUD OF IT.
Looks like most of these are right on the nose!
^ I've lived here all my life and nobody says queues INSTEAD of lines or line ups. I've almost never heard that used.
I also don't get the passport one. I have a Canadian passport, because I'm Canadian and I like to travel.
Haha - it soo funny because 90% of it is true. BTW, Toronto should be it's own province and back bacon and KD should be a combined food group!
"You know the French equivalents of "free", "prize", and "no sugar added", thanks to your extensive education in bilingual cereal packaging." Some of the only French I can still speak!
I also have to agree with someone below, the only people I have ever heard call a napkin a serviette are my elderly relatives.
I can only hope to be a Canadian. THAT'S where the American Dream is really lived.
I have to admit,
these are all amazingly true.
My nitpicky analysis of this page because it's my civic duty as a citizen of the internet:
We say "queues" here instead of lines or line-ups. Must be a link to our colonial past fighting to stay alive.
I haven't heard anyone use the term serviette since I was a small child. I think it's pretty much out of vogue now.
I've never heard of Thrills. I must be from one of the deprived parts of Canada.
Don't get the passport one. What passport would I possess in lieu of a Canadian one? Has everyone else just been sneaking in and out of the country? I feel like I've been missing out.
You eat chocolate bars instead of candy bars.
"You have Canadian Tire money in your kitchen drawers. "
Yes I do. Well played, list. Well played.
oh canada,your just too kool.
Uh, most of this isn't true.
You know you're Canadian when you thought that page was funny
In Canada, Milk comes in bags...
donuts are also a legit food group
Most if it is not really accurate about Canadians... besides facts like spelling and provinces. So, It wasn't all that funny...
Nice way to know if I'm Canadian or not... eh?