So true! .. love my Tim Hortons

canadian meme (applies to us Michigan folk too!)--> I would like to disagree with this but I can't due to the fact that my family stops to get something from timmies at almost every quick stop when we're on road trips

Yep ;)

Oh I know, eh--------------- and you rock it like it no other——— I agree eh

Canadians Invented It

Canadians Invented It

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I can confirm this. I live close to the west coast near Vancouver. We've got summer - 2 months of drought, then fall/winter/spring - 10 months of rain. :P

Canadians Will Agree On This

You said you would bring in your late work today, your empty hands determined that was a lie. Maury Lie Detector Meme for Teachers

Canadians aren't the only ones who pronounce it this way. The British also say zed. Since they invented the English language; I'm gonna say we Canadians and Brits are pronouncing it right.

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Canadians aren't the only ones who pronounce it this way. The British also say zee zed. Since they invented the English language; I'm gonna say we Canadians and Brits are pronouncing it right.

Winnie-the-Pooh is Canadian: Christopher Milne (A. A. Milne's son and inspiration for the character Christopher) named his toy bear after, a Canadian black bear he often saw at the London Zoo, named "Winnie". The bear cub was purchased from a hunter for $20 by Canadian Lieutenant Harry Colebourn in White River, Ontario, Canada, while en route to England during the First World War. He named the bear "Winnie" after his adopted hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba. "Winnie"

Without Canada, there would be no Winnie the Pooh. The Canadian soldier who donated him to the London zoo named him Winnie, after his hometown, Winnipeg.

Proud Canadian

Proud Canadian

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