Canada, Eh? [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 5 years ago in

For all the crap I-A-B gives Canada, it"s not that bad a place. They don"t know how to dress for the snow, but that"s OK
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Female 212
Well, my bags are packed!
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Female 685
Zig Zag lines and words painted outside schools in the UK are sometimes yellow, and we DO have lampposts like that. This could be anywhere in the UK, England, Scotland, Wales or Ireland. That bus shelter looks like some we have in my town.
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Male 37,794
vv @JeepJones: Actually, there ARE some places where you can park any which way in Canada! I was shocked to learn that.

[quote]southern Canada can`t be THAT much colder than the UK :P[/quote]
@Orchieous: HAHAHA! Yes it can! But really, if you`re close to the ocean, NOT the Artic Ocean, it`s comparatively warm there.
Winnipeg? Regina? Yeah, it gets cold, and stays cold!
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Male 361
Oh and I don`t think this is the UK, we don`t have lamposts like that and the only yellow we use on roads are lines parallel to the pavement.

Direction of cars isn`t definitive anyway, there`s just as much chance these cars were on the right side of the road and pulled up outside their houses by crossing the opposite lane.

Besides, these women have the distinct jaw lines of those of eastern europe.
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Male 361
@patchgrabber

Funny you say that, not long ago I tried to acquire a taste for peanut butter, I just can`t bear it though =/

As for mayo can`t get enough of that stuff, molson? never heard of it, google tells me it`s a beer, I like it already.

And as for the winters, that`s a sacrifice I`m happy to make, southern Canada can`t be THAT much colder than the UK :P
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Male 554
Thats not Canada, unless they park on the left side facing the wrong way somewhere.
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Male 7,123
Yes, that`s the UK alright.
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Male 6,737
@003067 - Evidence? Or just jelousy?
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Male 1,810
@003067. Holy poo, you took that to a whole other level O.O !!
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Male 58
As stated by in previous comments, not Canada. The cars are driving (or at least parked) on the left side of the road.

Anyways, not that it matters. They`re having fun and that`s what counts.
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Female 1,589
I know! Going outside without a toque on. Crazy!
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Male 14,834
They look perky
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Male 11,740
They do know how to dress. Then when they come inside very cold, I will help them warm up.
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Female 150
They should open thier legs and allow the cool air to refresh thier disgusting std ridden vaginas.
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Female 362
How is it that I work out as much as I do and my legs don`t look like that? I`m jealous...and going for a run.
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Male 5,413
A colourful bikini selection
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Female 2,415
Dressed for the photo shoot... good job ladies. Please don`t assume all Canadians are like this regularly! Of course we know how to dress for winter! (most of us)
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Male 1,678
I know a way that they can keep each other warm
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Male 37,794
vv @VirtualParty: It`s not that cold! Look at the snow, it`s probably just a few degrees under freezing point...

Yes, we Canadians know a lot about snow!!!
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Male 1,810
Not a f*ck is given about the cold in Canada. U jelly ???
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Male 787
Impossibly sexy picture. Too bad they all died of hypothermia shortly thereafter.
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Male 2,762
Regardless of where they are located, I`m fine with the way they`re dressed.
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Male 37,794
Hooray for Canada! Even if this is a picture from England...
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Male 1,754
The brunette in the blue at the end. *drools*
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Male 6,737
This is in the UK.

But yay Canada anyhow.
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Male 4,746
I agree with oshta. The architecture looks English to me. At least European. I`d love to take credit for those girls, but I`m not sure we can...
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Female 857
We`re just used to it, eh?
5 degrees Celsius rolls around and the majority of people I know are wearing flip flops.
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Male 194
We DO know how to dress in the snow. No need to cover up so long as you can still see down the road.
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Male 159
I hope we get that kind of weather in Norway soon, i am sick and tired of winter now!
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Male 3
looks pretty english to me
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Male 1,558
Just a typical August day
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Male 10,440
[quote] In fact, if things go to plan I should be moving there! [/quote]
You`ll love it, *IF* you can get used to the winter.
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Male 48
That looks mild for a Canadian snow storm. No need to cover up yet.
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Male 5,811
@Orchideous: I guess you`ll have to learn to like peanut butter if you`re moving to North America. I hope you like mayo and Molson, eh?
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Male 361
Coming from a European with no north american connections, I`d much rather live in Canada than the USA.

In fact, if things go to plan I should be moving there!
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Male 5,811
[quote]Tourist sluts, those aren`t yours, Canada, but it`s a nice try.[/quote]
Proof?
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Male 7,747
Looks a little bit nipply.
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Male 8,132
caper454
Good. Please stay there.
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Female 1,566
Tourist sluts, those aren`t yours, Canada, but it`s a nice try.
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Male 594
I`m seeing red.
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Male 1,429
We know how to dress for snow. We can just handle it better than the US. I`m reminded of that "Big Storm" in New York, which was a typical Winter`s day up here.
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Female 511
Not that bad a place??!!?? I wouldn`t live in the USA for a million dollars. Aside from the crappy winters, Canada`s a freakin` PARADISE compared to the USA.
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Male 3,364
All-you-can-eat buffet :-)
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Male 20,169
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