Canadaian State of Mind

Blitty

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Types of people in Canada:


Me: getting on bus “Hi I have USD and credit card. How can I purchase my ticket?”


Bus dude- “Sory. Neither of those will work. Just get on the bus. And sory for the inconvenience. Sory”


Me: “Okay.”
 

Blitty

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Random guy: “I wear a red shirt and it says Canada on it. So there is no second-guessing where I’m from. Just take a look at my shirt and you will know where I’m from. Says it right there.”

Me: “Okay.”
 

Matty

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Says the guy who comes from a place where people plant a flag on their porch. Just so you know you're still roaming the same country.

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xpansive

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Says the guy who comes from a place where people plant a flag on their porch. Just so you know you're still roaming the same country.

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Go and misappropriate a trans person and then show us your freedom of speech rights as they charge and arrest you for hate speech.

Nationalism be the threat to skippy's socialist paradise 😁
 

vagabond

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Types of people in Canada:


Me: getting on bus “Hi I have USD and credit card. How can I purchase my ticket?”


Bus dude- “Sory. Neither of those will work. Just get on the bus. And sory for the inconvenience. Sory”


Me: “Okay.”
Is anyone surprised that Blitty pulled this free rider trick? Can you do a variant of this experiment in the US?
 

Matty

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Many of them do. My old neighbour across the hall knows all the stars from the 80's and 90's. He can barely speak English, let alone French, but he's a massive Mario Lemieux fan.
 

Matty

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Did you know there's a Punjabi version of Hockey Night in Canada? We've probably had that discussion before.