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  • Vikka_VVikka_V Posts: 8,179Member Member Posts: 8,179Member Member
    I worry that I sound like a hoser
  • Wingsont84Wingsont84 Posts: 335Member Member Posts: 335Member Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    I worry that I sound like a hoser

    No hoser eh
  • Wingsont84Wingsont84 Posts: 335Member Member Posts: 335Member Member
    Iscah13 wrote: »
    Does getting an A in Canadian studies in college count??

    It would be eh
  • Vikka_VVikka_V Posts: 8,179Member Member Posts: 8,179Member Member
    Wingsont84 wrote: »
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    I worry that I sound like a hoser

    No hoser eh

    You get it!
  • Wingsont84Wingsont84 Posts: 335Member Member Posts: 335Member Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Wingsont84 wrote: »
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    I worry that I sound like a hoser

    No hoser eh

    You get it!

    Didn't get A but I know about the eh
  • justlogjustlog Posts: 125Member Member Posts: 125Member Member
    I'm full of Irish/Canadian blood - but not from Canada officially. My Grandmother/Grandfather were born there. Still have A LOT of family there who I connect with.
  • ThinGoldLineNSThinGoldLineNS Posts: 267Member Member Posts: 267Member Member
    Originally from Ontario, lived in Alberta for 18 years, currently in Nova Scotia
  • EternalTruthEternalTruth Posts: 451Member Member Posts: 451Member Member
    It's gravy and cheese over French fries. The Perfect post break-up food.

    For non-Canadians...

    It has to be cheese curds... not shredded cheese. And if you want to get even more specific, Quebec cheese curds are best.

    I really miss poutine...

  • Wingsont84Wingsont84 Posts: 335Member Member Posts: 335Member Member
    Looks like all the funny people on the forums are Canadian, neat!

    Definitely Canadians rock
  • CodyjorybellaCodyjorybella Posts: 9Member Member Posts: 9Member Member
    British Columbia
  • ShawnLee67ShawnLee67 Posts: 5Member Member Posts: 5Member Member
    It's gravy and cheese over French fries. The Perfect post break-up food.

    For non-Canadians...

    It has to be cheese curds... not shredded cheese. And if you want to get even more specific, Quebec cheese curds are best.

    I really miss poutine...

    In the summer I ate 5 pounds of potatoes and a pound of cheese curds that way (also hella lotta gravy). Me thinks my Canadian is showing B)
  • EternalTruthEternalTruth Posts: 451Member Member Posts: 451Member Member
    Question for all: What is the best part about where you live in Canada?
  • ThinGoldLineNSThinGoldLineNS Posts: 267Member Member Posts: 267Member Member
    The ocean, more temperate climate (Jan 13 we went up to 18 degrees Celcius!)
  • JDArnold80JDArnold80 Posts: 548Member Member Posts: 548Member Member
    Ontario here.
  • angelxsssangelxsss Posts: 2,402Member Member Posts: 2,402Member Member
    I'm not Canadian
  • Jimb376mfpJimb376mfp Posts: 4,409Member Member Posts: 4,409Member Member
    Who’s Canadian?

    First name that came to my mind was
    Margaret Joan Trudeau, shows my age.
    She and I were both born in 1948.
  • YogiJearYogiJear Posts: 127Member Member Posts: 127Member Member
    Up in the GT eh over here!
  • EelkovEelkov Posts: 88Member Member Posts: 88Member Member
    ooh, I love this game of "Who is canadian!"
    ok...
    Alanis Morrisette is a pretty obvious one
    William Shatner (Captain Kirk)
    Mike Myers (comedian)
    Ryan Reynolds is also canadian...

    also maple syrup
    The bare naked ladies
    and Justin Bieber
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