Canadian Problems. "no kids there's no time to grab your coat!" unless MY coat is actually on fire, you bet your ass i'm gonna grab it.

Winter fire drills during swimming class. No towel, in a wet bathing suit, outside barefoot in knee-deep snow.

Yeah canadian english I think is kinda a mixture of the two along with some french :3

Seriously, why isn't there a Canadian English option? (Yes, it's fairly close to both, especially British English, but I think we should have our own setting too!

Canadian Problems: Too warm for a winter jacket, too cold for a spring jacket.

Canadian Problems: Too warm for a winter jacket, too cold for a spring jacket.<< Put a cardigan under your spring jacket :)

Canadian regional stereotypes - Lol at the Ontario one; I had a friend from Quebec, and we did joke around about my being the royalist Anglo :P

Canadian regional stereotypes - Lol at the Ontario one; I had a friend from Quebec, and we did joke around about my being the royalist Anglo :P<<<Québec.

37 Of The Best Memes About Canada On The Internet

37 Of The Best Memes About Canada On The Internet

When England lost track of America:

14 Hilarious Tumblr Conversations Between America And Canada

Canadian Problems... can thank my relatives for teaching me this way before kindergarten, then learning America doesn't conform lol

Canadian Problem - you know you're right but the US keyboard tells you you're wrong!

note: although cute, geese are territorial, do not approach unless you want to get chased and pecked.  You've been warned.

note: although cute, geese are territorial, do not approach unless you want to get chased and pecked. You've been warned. < And hissed at. I swear to God being hissed at is terrifying

Basically. But you should put the food in a tub so animals don't eat it. :) and in the winter it is used as a freezer

Once at youth group we had warm pop, and we obviously wanted it to be cold before supper, so we tossed them in a snowbank outside the church.

This puzzles me....I have NEVER heard a Canadian say "oot and aboot", we joke about it because Americans think we say this when we don't. Maybe a certain part of Canada we're not aware of? I know I've heard people from parts of the Northern US say these things, but never a Canadian unless they're joking.

It's annoying- we were taught basic pronunciation in elementary school just like everyone else, ou doesn't make an oo sound in Canada.

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