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Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by MisterCairo, Dec 22, 2016.
Wait, this isn't standard Canadian decor?
Over seven hundred of the clown items are now in the local Branford, Ontario Value Village...
...when your wedding is interrupted by a power outage.
Caused by a beaver:
Three cubs born to runaway capybaras Bonnie and Clyde are named after the guys in Rush - Alex, Geddy and Neil:
One of my stated incentives for buying hats........buy a fedora get rid of a pest!
You start to celebrate Canada's sesquicentennial by decorating your garage door - with the handy man's secret weapon - red duct tape:
You learned to water ski - on a man-made lake on your prairie ranch:
Another theory is that is their natural accent, and you just feel inferior because they invented the language in the first place.
You use a toboggan to go water skiing:
Irish people taste test Canadian desserts and dissolve in pools of kindness and happiness
Montreal police capture one of America's Homeland Security's ten most wanted - after a bicycle chase:
Pouding Chômeur, yay!
I worked in a bakery for a summer job. Once a week, we made a batch dozens of individual portions of pouding chômeur in little tray. That was always a great day!
Also, I've never came across bad pouding chômeur. During a stay at the hospital, all the food was stale and flavorless - except the pouding of course. I think the whole magic of the recipe reside in the fact that you can achieve it in any circumstances, hence the name ''Poorman's Puding'' (or the ''unemployed's pudding'' literally).
It snows in September:
...when a couple gets married at a Tim Horton's donut shop:
Why did the chicken cross the road?
To get some Timbits at Tim Horton's:
You see bears just chillin' at the dump (sorry about the pic size, it is part of a slide show - best to go to the link):
A guy jumps into Halifax Harbour to save a drowning bird:
The world record holder for the fastest mile run while drinking beer is a Canadian.
Who broke his own record:
sorry no pictures, but you know you live in Canada when you have to tie a rope from the house to the barn so you wont be lost , my nephews farm in Sask. but we did do it once in 1971 in Ontario 59 LARK.
Why would you be lost...??