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#1
Ive always wondered what people think of canada from the outside

Tell me? Please?

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#4
outsiders never actually go to see canada
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#5
I freakin' love Canada. (I live in the US) I try to go to BC about once a year.

It has 2 of my favorite things: great hockey and awesome fishing.
#8
Terrance and Philip.

And mounties and hockey players.
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#9
When I'm outside of Canada I'm always like; "Shit, this place sucks. I want to go home.".

That's how outsiders view Canada.
#10
ppl who say 'aboot' and 'eh'
lumberjacks
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#12
Canada is like the USA's retarded step-cousin, because it's not as advanced as we are but it's a lot nicer, as most retarded people tend to be.
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#13
you're not gonna get good enough answers for an essay here

and by the way, even though i live in Canada and this doesn't apply, i fucking love this place

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#14
everyone knows each other and plays hockey.
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#19
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I think most people generally think of them as much nicer, much more chill versions of Americans.


And less fat.

With more free health care.

Shit, I'm moving to Canada.
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Canada is like the USA's retarded step-cousin, because it's not as advanced as we are but it's a lot nicer, as most retarded people tend to be.

That post was really retarded.
#25
I like the way Canada runs their government and military. My aunt lives in Saskatchewan, and I visit in the summers. Everybody up in Moose Jaw is very nice... I'm not sure if that's the same for the whole country, though. In the states you can get different impressions from different places.
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#26
Mounty lumber jacks who go around saying " eh" after every sentence and pronounce about and aboot, all while they chug maple syrup, cut down trees, and ride mooses

Also, you guys take call of duty WAY too seriously.

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#27
mounties.
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I think most people generally think of them as much nicer, much more chill versions of Americans.


This
#30
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I like the way Canada runs their government and military. My aunt lives in Saskatchewan, and I visit in the summers. Everybody up in Moose Jaw is very nice... I'm not sure if that's the same for the whole country, though. In the states you can get different impressions from different places.
Yeah, when I went down to upstate New York, I really liked the people there, although when I was in Florida, most people seemed generally clueless. Maybe it's cause New York borders Canada
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#31
Russians see it really well!!!

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#32
canadians are usually stereotyped as super peacful hokey players and moose. in reality its the same as america with less freedom.
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#35
A place I would rather live than Missouri. I would love to go to Canada.
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#37
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A bunch of lumberjacks who chug maple syrup all day.

Don't forget play hockey.... and say "eh?" every other word.
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#38
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canadians are usually stereotyped as super peacful hokey players and moose. in reality its the same as america with less freedom.


LESS freedom? Okay there ringo, enjoy your 10 years in jail for talking on your phone about seeing someone 5 years ago that might have been high.
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#39
God, their flapping heads annoy me.

/southpark


BUT. I dig Canada. Toronto is one of the friendliest and cleanest cities I've visited, however that was 10 years ago and I saw the touristy parts of Toronto. There is a scarification artist in Toronto I'd like to meet.

I want to visit BC and Vancouver.
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canadians are usually stereotyped as super peacful hokey players and moose. in reality its the same as america with less freedom.
...? We have just as much freedom, minus the whole "right to bear arms thing".
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