Tuesday, November 27, 2007 9:42:20 PM
The "extreme sport" thing was just a retarded comment from the person who put up the link.
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.
Monday, August 27, 2007 2:05:05 PM
If I hear one more "eh" joke, I'm gonna f*cking snap! I don`t consider Curling an extreme sport. I don`t even consider it a sport! It`s like golf or poker! They`re pass times, not sports! And we invented hockey and basketball! The Europeans? They invented cricket, a game nobody but them f*cking understands! And the Americans? They took Cricket, made it more understandable, gave the batter a round bat, and called it baseball! Another excuse for them to drink beer and eat fatty hot dogs! Yippee, like u needed it!(I actually like baseball, I`m just really pissed off)Oh and tundralost, u forgot Jim Carrey, but nice list! Thank u for bringing that up!
Sunday, August 26, 2007 11:53:15 PM
Jesus christ people, we don't have funny accents, and we don`t say "eh" all the time. Sandra Oh, Ryan Gosling, Carly Pope, Evangeline Lilly, Rachel McAdams, Neve Campbell, Sarah Polley, Carrie-Anne Moss, Will Arnett, Micheal Cera, Matthew Perry, Micheal J. Fox, etc etc are all Canadian but wrongly assumed to be American. Ther`s more canucks in Hollywood than Brits or Aussies, but no one knows because we sound the same as Americans.