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#1
Just want to see how many of us there are here in the Pit.
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#2
So this thread is for Canadians eh?
Quote by L2112Lif
I put a ton of my capital into SW Airlines... The next day, THE NEXT DAY these nutters fly into the WTC. What the hell? Apparently no one wanted to fly anymore, and I was like "What gives? God damnit Osama, let me win a fuggin' game!"
#6
Yay for maple syrup being abundant!!!
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#7
This has been done so many times before, it's not even amusing anymore.


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O CANADA!
#9


O HAI!... eh
all I ever wanted was to pick apart the day
put the pieces back together my way
#10
this has been done a lot


but Hello from B.C.s North
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#14
Quote by page.slash
Wish I was Canadian.
I was born in Quebec instead


so, are you a separatist or do you just hate Quebec that much?
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#15
I feel compelled for once to type like how I talk, which is mostly unintelligible to anyone that doesn't live in Newfoundland (mostly because we talk fast and drop a lot of letters/syllables).

Any other bys from the rock in ere er wha?
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#16
Quote by Pat_s1t
I feel compelled for once to type like how I talk, which is mostly unintelligible to anyone that doesn't live in Newfoundland (mostly because we talk fast and drop a lot of letters/syllables).

Any other bys from the rock in ere er wha?


pfft, there are so many Newfies out here it's like second language to me
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#17
Quote by Carswell98
so, are you a separatist or do you just hate Quebec that much?

Not a separatist
But I do gave an interesting relationship with that geological region sorta, haha
#18
Quote by Carswell98
pfft, there are so many Newfies out here it's like second language to me
Yeah I'd say so. Half my family live out there for work, and the ones that don't only stay here cause they're almost dead anyway.
In the meantime, a couple videos any true Newfoundlanders/Canadians might enjoy.

Warning: Below videos may contain obligatory Canadian references to moose.
Squid Hat
Glenwood Irving
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#19
I was born in Quebec in one of the only fully english communities so its not too bad
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#20
Quote by Pat_s1t
I feel compelled for once to type like how I talk, which is mostly unintelligible to anyone that doesn't live in Newfoundland (mostly because we talk fast and drop a lot of letters/syllables).

Any other bys from the rock in ere er wha?

In the meantime, a couple videos any true Newfoundlanders/Canadians might enjoy.

Newfies are some of the nicest people on earth, but goddamn it I can't understand half of what they say. Do you newfs even know what your neighbours are saying half the time?
#21
Quote by KeepOnRotting
Newfies are some of the nicest people on earth, but goddamn it I can't understand half of what they say. Do you newfs even know what your neighbours are saying half the time?
Yeah we do actually
It's actually hilarious going out of the province to somewhere like Ontario, or down in the States. I talk to people and they give me the weirdest looks like "What the **** are you on about?"

The only people that actually understood me was a family of Irish people and the Grand Canyon.
#23
Quote by Pat_s1t
Yeah I'd say so. Half my family live out there for work, and the ones that don't only stay here cause they're almost dead anyway.



yeah it's pretty common, best people in the world to drink with too, nothing beats a Kitchen Party with Great Big Sea blaring through the stereo
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#24
I'm not but my mom's about to marry a Canadian.
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#25
Quote by Pat_s1t
Yeah we do actually
It's actually hilarious going out of the province to somewhere like Ontario, or down in the States. I talk to people and they give me the weirdest looks like "What the **** are you on about?"

The only people that actually understood me was a family of Irish people and the Grand Canyon.

I went there to visit family on me Mudders side. I was shocked but now I can (not so) proudly say that I can speak fluent Newfie.
#26
You bastards and your cheap weed, bagged milk, and universal healthcare .
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#28
been to newfoundland quite a few times as a kid and whenever an adult would talk to me and i wouldent understand I would yell at them with the biggest quebecer french accent ever, just to see the confused look on their face. ^_^
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#29
Quote by hansarvin
You bastards and your cheap weed, bagged milk, and universal healthcare .


And your mooses, and maple syrup...


Eh

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Quote by L2112Lif
I put a ton of my capital into SW Airlines... The next day, THE NEXT DAY these nutters fly into the WTC. What the hell? Apparently no one wanted to fly anymore, and I was like "What gives? God damnit Osama, let me win a fuggin' game!"
#31
Quote by Thrashtastic15
I went there to visit family on me Mudders side. I was shocked but now I can (not so) proudly say that I can speak fluent Newfie.
Why by? Speakin Newfie is the tits, plus it makes you look Newfie, which instantly gives you a reputation of being nice, hard working, and pretty damn near indestructible.

The only way I'd say you're right is if your mudder was from the straits or west coast, cause they got all these different accents all mixed into one big ol greasy thing where nobody know what they're sayin at all. Coasties got it too, where it's a mix of a newfie and a native accent, they sound drunk all the time (even when they ain't, which hasn't really happened probably since Christ was a child )
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#32
Guelph checking in! I'm a "new" Canadian xD
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#33
Quote by Pat_s1t
Yeah we do actually
It's actually hilarious going out of the province to somewhere like Ontario, or down in the States. I talk to people and they give me the weirdest looks like "What the **** are you on about?"

The only people that actually understood me was a family of Irish people and the Grand Canyon.

Yeah, I'm in NB and my stepmom's family is from Newfoundland so I can understand most of it, but when you get a really old fisherman going even I can't figure out what the hell he's trying to tell me. Good people though.
#35
Quote by Carswell98
yeah it's pretty common, best people in the world to drink with too, nothing beats a Kitchen Party with Great Big Sea blaring through the stereo
Oh yessir, me mudders actually pretty close the the fellers from Great Big Sea and Buddy Wasisname, I even have a song dedicated to me from when I was a youngster out in Trinity Bay.
The Chocolate Song
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#36
Quote by Pat_s1t
Why by? Speakin Newfie is the tits, plus it makes you look Newfie, which instantly gives you a reputation of being nice, hard working, and pretty damn near indestructible.

The only way I'd say you're right is if your mudder was from the straits or west coast, cause they got all these different accents all mixed into one big ol greasy thing where nobody know what they're sayin at all. Coasties got it too, where it's a mix of a newfie and a native accent, they sound drunk all the time (even when they ain't, which hasn't really happened probably since Christ was a child )

Well it's not that bad, they only protect the 'arbour to Newfieland.
#37
Have any of you b'ys ever listened to the skits Kevin Blackmore does about stuffin' a Corvette engine into a load of different machines? They are ****ing gold, used to laugh me arse of at 'em all the time when I was like 9 er so.

Actually I'm kinda curious now too to see how many of you b'ys have heard of Donnie Dumphy that aren't from Newfoundland. He's a celebrity around here, but I wouldn't say he's too popular anywhere else.
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#38
Quote by dandoosh101
Guelph checking in! I'm a "new" Canadian xD



Me too! Ehhhh!! lovin canada, no complants. .. .. . . . .... taxes....
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#39
Does quebec count as canada?

Hooray for cheap weed, tim hortons and maple syrup! (Bagged milk isn't all it's cracked up to be)

Boo for seperatists!
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#40
Quote by Bmag37
Does quebec count as canada?

Hooray for cheap weed, tim hortons and maple syrup! (Bagged milk isn't all it's cracked up to be)

Boo for seperatists!
Tim Horton's is sweet. Way better than the shit Americans try to peddle as coffee and donuts south of the border. And yeah, I never even drink bagged milk. Too much a hassle, easier to just buy the cardboard cartons.
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