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What do Americans think of Canada?

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by reny, Sep 26, 2016.

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    Seems like a place where I can be less afraid.
     
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    Free healthcare sounds awesome... I heard that there's a lot less extremists... Your prime minister sucks, but besides that, seems like a fairly cool place...
     
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    Other than the winters I'd love to move there. Maybe Calgary because at least you see the sun in the winter even if it's cold.
     
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    I want to live in Canada so bad! My family and I visited there a few months back and Canadians have the most amazing maple syrup pie. I could eat it every day (and I did when we were there) I wanna go back so bad! I wanna move there so bad! Plus, I wouldn't have to deal with old Donald McRonald over here talking about how murder is up!
     
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    That is true. I was driving through New Brunswick and Nova Scotia last month. There were long streches of nothing. What sucked is that the speed limit was so low 110 km/h. Considering that I live near a road with more traffic where the speed limit of about 140 km/h.
    I was passed by plenty of people going about 140, but I stuck to the speed limit. I figured getting a speeding ticket in another country would be a big hassle, so I didn't want to chance it.
     
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    I get the challenge (oh boy do I get the challenge). I'm just suggesting that you strive for more. And it takes a terrible amount of fear and pain to be that bigoted...that's where the suggestion of pity comes from.
     
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    Put up a welcome sign, see you in Fort Frances in 5 hours! Oh wait, guess ya need a passport now!
     
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    I love America's backyard! I jest! :lol:

    In all seriousness I think Canada is cool. I've been to the UP and pretty close to Canada but not actually in the country. Its one of the top places I'd like to visit. One of the colleges I'm looking at has a campus there so I might head up anyway. Of course if Trump becomes president it's a sure thing.:dry:
     
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    It gave my my boyfriend and his parents. I have a fairly good opinion of the True North.
     
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    I'd love to visit Canada, I've heard there's good syrup there (that's not my only reason for wanting to visit but I've had pancakes recently and that sort of thing is on my mind) I also love cold places because heat is the worst thing imaginable when you're binding.
     
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    Norway? We're talking about Canada, here.


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    Here's what Robin Williams said about Canada:

    :grin:
     
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    O Canada, our home and native land
    True patriot love in all thy sons command.
    With glowing hearts, we see thee rise
    The True North strong and free
    From far and wide, O Canada, we stand on guard for thee
     
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    If I had a one way ticket on a plane to go there, with no way back I would, if my family didn't live here.
     
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    Canada is a compassionate country, they actually let their residents leave to visit relatives and friends. If you're worried that the US won't let you in, well that could be a problem.... :eek:

    The very essence of Ontario....and a few other provinces.
     
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    I love Canada :slight_smile: it's a lovely place. And if a certain hateful carrot wins the election I might just move there.

    Seriously.
     
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    :grin: I know. I live here.
     
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    This just in....Parliament, in its never-ending quest to be PC, has altered the second line of the verse above to: "True patriot love in all of us command."

    Yeah, I liked the original better too.

    But I guess I am missing the point: Norway is going to annex Canada? :lol:
     
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