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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#2 - nightmarecorpse
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(07/09/2014) [-]
mfw I catch myself saying "eh"
#23 to #2 - nerftank
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0/10 picture lacks maple syrup
User avatar #38 to #23 - zaxzwim
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what do you think is in that glass
#24 to #23 - anon id: 649f9583
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0/10 NO HOCKEY STICKS
#28 to #24 - nightmarecorpse
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Aw ****
User avatar #57 to #2 - hydraetis
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Do you also say Maehrs instead of Mars?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPTxVItsB70
I hope your accent isn't that strong. The way that e's and a's are pronounced by some people here sounds absolutely awful.
User avatar #59 to #57 - nightmarecorpse
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haha nah, as far as I can tell my accent is pretty mild. I'm in western Canada, but the accents get really crazy once you hit the east coast
User avatar #62 to #59 - hydraetis
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I live in Alberta and while most people are pretty tame, I still hear slight influences of the strong ****. Then of course some people are just full ****** up one of the worst I've heard was from a substitute teacher who said "egg" like "ayg"
User avatar #63 to #62 - nightmarecorpse
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I now am aware that I pronounce egg "ayg" haha ...sorry
Also from Alberta
User avatar #6 - neokun
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(07/09/2014) [-]
I feel Canadia sounds cooler than Canada.
User avatar #10 to #6 - apurpleliger
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I pronounce Canada with a soft "a"
User avatar #13 to #10 - neokun
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Then how do you pronounce that?
User avatar #65 to #13 - apurpleliger
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Like how Tim Allen pronounces it in The Santa Clause 3
User avatar #69 to #65 - neokun
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Yeah let me just go watch the whole film and I'll get back to you on that.
User avatar #72 to #69 - apurpleliger
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Instead of saying "Canada" with the first part sounding like a can of soup, you say it more like "Conada" with the first part sounding like the con in comic con
User avatar #74 to #72 - neokun
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So it sounds like when the Russians from cod 4 shouting "granada!!!"?
User avatar #75 to #74 - apurpleliger
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Yeah, pretty close to that, but I accent it like CANada
User avatar #70 to #69 - apurpleliger
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Have you never watched it? It stuck out as pretty memorable to me
User avatar #71 to #70 - neokun
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nope, judging by the 15% rating from rotten tomatoes. I probably still won't watch it.
User avatar #73 to #71 - apurpleliger
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I liked it. Rotten tomatoes never seems to rate movies I like very highly.
#18 to #6 - pyroniclol
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I annoy my fiance with that. She's canadian I'm american.
I tell her Americans are from America
So Canadians much be from Canadia
User avatar #22 to #6 - ilikethisusername
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Canada has a meaning behind the name. It came from the word "Kanata" (as I told this to another user on this same content) in the Aboriginal people's language and it meant "village". So, if you change the name, it wouldn't make sense because the name Canada has an origin and it actually means something.
#68 to #22 - thefrozen
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**thefrozen rolled image** Did you know, that when you spell Canada in Romanji its Kanata aswell. Also, why do we need to be taught so much about the First Nations peoples like seriously why is it such an important topic
User avatar #76 to #68 - ilikethisusername
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because we literally stole their land man. their heritage is involved with our heritage. we need to study about them because they are the history of Canada.
User avatar #33 to #22 - mangostormlegend
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So, in a sense, the French settlers bastardized "Canada", which itself was bastardized from "kanata".
User avatar #32 to #22 - mangostormlegend
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What you've said is 100% true.

However, what you probably don't know is that, for a long period of time, the French-settled areas of Canada (i.e. where Quebec is now) were known as Canadia, and the French settlers were known as Canadiens (this is where the NHL team got its' name).
User avatar #36 to #32 - ilikethisusername
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Oooooooooh. I didn't know that.
#48 to #6 - anon id: 550d64ce
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are u me
User avatar #7 to #6 - ThaGame
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sorry but i have to disagree with you on that
User avatar #8 to #7 - neokun
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Nah its okay you don't have to do that.
#5 - imadeanaccountforu
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The worst stereotype that we can come up with for canada was that they are so nice. and their cops are called mounties... French canadians will spit in your mouth.
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#29 to #5 - anon id: 21c43d28
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Sorry to burst your bubble, but I mean, we actually do have cops called Mounties. It's just a common name for the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mountain Police.) They're not everywhere though. Besides in Ontario and Quebec, where there's the OPP and QPP, in areas that don't have a city police force, the RCMP fills in where the city cops otherwise would be. They also do some other stuff, butI can't really remember what.

Idk why I felt the need to give a lesson on the RCMP, but there it is. Idk why I'm still typing this. I could be watching Game of Thrones. Have a good day.
User avatar #30 to #29 - qwertykon
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Forgot to login, but whatever. Still have a nice day.
User avatar #58 to #30 - hydraetis
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From what I know the RCMP also partly operates as Canada's version of the FBI.
User avatar #19 - ooi
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I remember the first time I heard a Canadian say eh.
I was playing call of duty modern warfare., and someone goes
"What's the plan? eh!?
and in my mind I go, "omg is he seriously Canadian?" and just after I think that.
Someone in the whitest, Californian surfer accent goes
"oooohhh my God, are you seriously like, Canadian?!"
#3 - tojimajia
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(07/09/2014) [-]
**** yea Canada!
anything is better then more spam of brazil v germany
Yes I am Canadian
User avatar #17 to #3 - trueraiderfan
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Honest question coming from someone in Georgia, do Canadians really hate French Canada,and if so, why?
#27 to #17 - eductac
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I don't know about english Canada but I know that a lot French Canadians hate english Canadians. This is because of cultural differences that lead some people to wish that the Quebec (french part of Canada) was a country by itself. This hate may also be because of history. Everything was fine until Angland conquers it. You see, after the Civil war that occured in the 13 colonies, the english citizen who were loyal to the crown went to this new colony called province of Quebec. By then, the laws in the province wre pretty close to the ones before the conquest so everything was going well, but when those loyalist came in, they did'nt liked it that way and sent a letter to the english autorities in Angland to apply anglish laws. This eventually lead to rebellions of the Patriotes (French canadians) and many other conflicts between the french Canadians and the english Canadians.
Sorry for long explanation

Have great day.
User avatar #77 to #27 - tojimajia
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Quebec would not last two weeks as its own country
#78 to #77 - eductac
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Hum... actually it could be its own country... You see Quebec represent around 20% of Canada's GDP all alone. wich is a lot. It is also the second province in term of total population. Let me also mention that the United-States declared that the Quebec would be a viable country if it ever separates from Canada. Im am a separatist myself but I think we could still manage if we were our own country.
#80 to #78 - tojimajia
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60% of that gdp is from refining oils and natural resources from the prairies and mountains and all the rest of Canada. whats worse that you all believe that the US will not assimilate you as soon as your situation turns dire because you don't have all of Canada supporting you. And yet you want to shoot yourself in the foot soo bad because the rest of us are terrible right?
#81 to #80 - eductac
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SORRY NEVER MEANT TO SAY SEPARATIST. I WANTED TO SAY FEDERALIST!

we don't need Alberta's oil ! We have Minerals ! Gold, Iron, zinc, nickel, copper titanium etc... We also have so much electrecity that we sell it to the United-States and Ontario ! We also have natural Gaz and some oil in the gulf of St-Lauwrence. So it would seems that we have enough ressources to take care of ourselfs... Like I said before I am a federalist myself, but sometimes, you just need to face the facts.
User avatar #82 to #81 - tojimajia
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they'd only end up hurting both parties if they seperated. Canada would lose mineral deposits and useful resources like eletricity, and Quebec would lose oil, refineries, gdp, trust, federal assistance, a stable government, etc. Its not a good idea, it would be far too costly for both.
User avatar #83 to #82 - eductac
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Yes, it's true, this is why im a a federalist.
#49 to #27 - trueraiderfan
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Thanks
Thanks
#11 - turtletroll
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User avatar #61 - shogg
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I always laugh at the Canadian stereotype jokes but then I remembered we had a type of maple syrup chips called Maple Moose.
#55 - dudewitharake
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#1 - cleanmouth
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oh yeah.
#20 to #1 - boomerpyro
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eh y'eh.*
eh y'eh.*
#4 - NatashaReinhart
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