As we awaited today’s semifinal hockey game between the US and Canada, we were trying to work ourselves into a lather to “do battle” with a nation that we generally like.
While we’re watching the game, let’s judge their worth.
Check out some things that are distinctly Canadian. Our grades are at the bottom of the post. Add yours and let’s see what we really think of our neighbors to the north.
That’s not bacon.
You’re OK with us in this department, Canada.
We felt better about this during the Nagano games.
You, sir, are a national treasure.
Best in the world? It’s up there.
It’s difficult to take you seriously with this stuff.
The blue and green represent people. The white represents no people. Go ahead and stretch out your legs.
That’s way too green… like WAY too green.
Superfluous use of the letter U and referring to Z as “zed” add some extra flavour to the English language.
Squirrels are not supposed to look like that.
Alcohol flows with full nudity.
Maple syrup in a bottle shaped like a maple leaf… seems pretty authentic.