The Most Canadian Things, Eh? [Pic]

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago in Funny

Well they forgot poutine and 5Cats but overall... nailed it.
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Male 237
Went through the zamboni xing every day to commute to work. Indoor ice skate @ 1000 de la Gauchetière, Montréal.
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Male 41,069
@carmium: I`ve never met a poutine I didn`t like! Even fast-food versions are yummy!

Being a prairie person, I`ve been eating fries & gravy (with vinegar! & ketchup!) since I was a tot.

All reports I`ve heard are that poutine in Quebec is FAR better than anywhere else.
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Female 6,381
At my advanced age, I had never eaten poutine until the other day, when I had to kill some time in a cosmopolitan Vancouver neighbourhood. I wanted lunch, and one place posted a poll result saying they had the best poutine west of Quebec, so I went for it.
So-so fries, lumps of what seemed like melty mozzarella, and generic gravy. I didn`t finish it, and tossed half away.
Please tell me the real stuff is much better than that? Anyone from Quebec out there?
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Male 292
have a nice day!
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Male 1,284
but where is the poutine in all that?
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Female 3,696
and that was my 3000th comment!
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Female 3,696
Reminds me of watching Anthony Bourdain (sp?) in Eastern Canada and there was a group of guys sitting out on the open ice, ice fishing drinking...yep, you guessed it, ice cold beer.

Thhiis is how we doooo itttttt

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Male 194
@carmium
You never buy maple syrup? Hand over your passport, we`re revoking your citizenship.

It seems to be a staple here in Ontario for sure. Funny story, I had a friend do a degree in England. Before he left his friends all had a big breakfast and he brought real maple syrup but just the generic store brand. He got yelled at by the Europeans for not buying Aunt Jemima because that was "real syrup". Then they tried the good stuff. The entire bottle was gone by the end of breakfast.
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Female 6,381
"Eh?" is just Canadian for "Huh?" Neither is any more articulate than the other.
And what`s with this thing you Americans have about maple syrup? That stuff`s expensive as hell and I never buy it. Maybe it`s a "back east" staple, I dunno.
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Male 1,059
Damn, this is the second post to feature "YOLO" today. Don`t tell me that poo is coming back!

Also, syrup in a cardboard container??? Mind officially blown.
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Male 194
Lol Gerry. It`s spelled "Eh?". The question mark is the most important letter.
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Male 40,206

Q: What`s the first letter in the Canadian Alphabet?






A: Aye
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Female 254
I have family in Toronto... they love it!
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Female 2,415
These urinals are not for moose use!!
Gosh I love living in Canada :)
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Male 1,775
GPS coordinates for Tim Hortons isn`t necessary. Just stay on whatever road you`re on and you`ll eventually find a Timmies. Hell...there are 2 in the building where my sister works in Toronto.
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Male 7,774
It looks like a fun place to live. Except for the cold and the moose...er mooses...meese?
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Male 514
I recognize that gps information, St Catharines ON Canada....
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Male 2,841
Don`t forget about this crime against nature either.

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Male 13,630
I think I need to move to Canada
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Male 143
If this is true, Canada is pretty awesome and would love to live there for a while. It could work out...I`m already a Jets fan @5Cats haha
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Male 1,252
The whole time I was trying to come up with some kind of snappy retort...but ...well yeah lol.
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Male 41,069
*modesty*

I`m just a local phenomenon... Manitoba in general, Winnipeg to be specific...

But I can confirm that Canada is well represented in this photo layout. :-) Except the prairies, it`s hard to picture "flatness" eh?
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Female 8,043
Link: The Most Canadian Things, Eh? [Pic] [Rate Link] - Well they forgot poutine and 5Cats but overall... nailed it.
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