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That put aside, it`s weird to laugh at Canada about curling considering it`s not at all a national sport here. People laugh about other countries all the time, everyone does it. I can deal with that. But if you want to laugh at me, laugh at something I actually do. If you want to laugh at us, laugh about hockey, or laugh at lacrosse, our two national sports. Laugh at me and my poutine, or laugh at my French accent. But stop laughing at things that don`t even concern us, such as "eh" (never heard that in my life) and curling, which isn`t played more here than it is in the US, from what I can gather from the comments so far.
I know no other place than IAB for stereotypes.
Have a good look at the British.
BTW, very few of our population likes curling, like 15 percent, tops? Hockey`s where it is at.
I laugh at you howlies.
All those people had enormous teeth.
It is played in parts of Europe and the US as well, even if it isn`t as widely popular. That isn`t to say it is widely popular here either, because it is definitely not, depending on your province.
It is very annoying to see a lie being told to people who don`t have the immediate knowledge to know the difference.
2. we dont have an accent.
3. we dont say `eh`.. ever
Canadian people are ugly!
....Your a retard. Go die a quick and lonely death as soon as possible :) Thankyou.
and such horrable video and sport! ugh...im gonna get nightmares
Curling is like Bocce on ice!
Seems like women really are better at it. The womens Swedish Curling team won the gold.
Fun fact: In Kirby`s Adventures, one of the many things he was able to transform into was a curling ball.
Excuse me, no it`s drating not. Maybe you should actually visit Canada before you post whatever stupid poo comes to your head.
I however, choose not to be derogatory towards my northern neighbors.
"Rock On!" (curling term).
I`m way to obsessed with That 70`s Show.
And I can barely tell the difference between Canadian and American accents. They sound practically the same. A bit like Aussies and New Zealanders.