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  • ♪ ♪

  • Announcer: Follow these steps and you, too, can be like us, eh?

  • Still working on the rigs?

  • No, I got laid off.

  • If you don't get to work, you're not coming to the Burr,

  • you greasy Bluenoser!

  • There's always next year.

  • Dude, I got the munchies.

  • Can we get sushi?

  • [French accent] Ey!

  • I've gone and spilled the mustard on my favourite shirt!

  • on the table

  • Announcer: Pay tribute to our fallen soldiers

  • by gently stabbing yourself with a poppy.

  • Oh sweet, Timbits!

  • Oh, great, you guys ate all the good ones again.

  • Ah!

  • Ugh!

  • Ah!

  • [dial tone]

  • Argh!

  • Ugh, you should really take off that poppy.

  • This poppy?

  • No, I can't take this poppy off.

  • You see, our forefathers, they sacrificed their lives

  • for the rights and for the freedoms that we enjoy

  • to this day.

  • The least I can do is wear this one little flower for...

  • For...

  • ♪ [bugle]

  • ♪ ["Body Break" theme]

  • Body break get moving

  • Yo, can I trade you ketchup for all dressed?

  • Sure.

  • [singing along] ♪ SleepCountry Canada

  • why buy a mattress anywhere else? ♪

  • Ding!

  • drugs drugs drugs

  • which are good which are bad

  • TV Announcer: The North American House Hippo

  • is found throughout Canada and the Eastern United States.

  • How come I've never seen a House Hippo?

  • Have you seen a House Hippo?

  • TV Announcer: ...and they're rarely seen...

  • ♪ [rustic]

  • Announcer: Try your hardest to push the middle

  • out of a toonie.

  • Ah, she'll go. Give me a try, eh?

  • ♪ ♪

  • Cool.

  • Wait.

  • Isn't defacing money illegal?

  • Police: Come out with your hands up!

  • Police: Come out with your hands up! Police: Come out with your hands up!

  • Announcer: Love your Canadian celebrities.

  • [sighs] Oh Justin, you're so dreamy.

  • Everything about you is so hot.

  • Your hair, your tattoo,

  • your powerful elbows.

  • ♪ [sultry]

  • Suzie, come quick!

  • The Barenaked Ladies and Gordon Lightfoot

  • are on George Stroumboulopoulos!

  • Wait a second, what are you doing?

  • uh, just doing my social studies.

  • I'll come join you on the chesterfield.

  • ♪ ♪

  • Announcer: Respect the Canadian legal system.

  • ♪ ♪

  • Hey there, fellas.

  • Oh shoot, it's the RCMP!

  • That graffiti there is in direct violation

  • of section 22B of the Official Languages Act.

  • English and French, please.

  • Merci!

  • Bonne nuit, les boys!

  • Announcer: Recognize that whether you love or hate hockey

  • you'll probably get drunk because of it.

  • And that's why I'm wearing green and this beautiful hat.

  • Oh! They're talking about Don's clothing, drink!

  • Kids, when you--

  • Drink!

  • Sedin, and we've got to go quick, we've got 1:45--

  • They're running out of time, drink!

  • It's a gimmick, it's the same thing--

  • Oh yeah, he's doing the piano thing.

  • Drink, that's two, that's two.

  • M-m!

  • It's two!

  • When you don't want a dog to kill chickens,

  • hang a chicken around its neck,

  • he'll never touch it again.

  • Everyone finish your mickeys.

  • What? I thought we were drinking 2-6s.

  • Announcer: Learn the Canadian version of American things.

  • Announcer: Take advantage of free health care.

  • Hey, did you hear they made O Canada gender neutral?

  • What, you mean, like chicks can sing it now?

  • How's she look, boys?

  • How's she look, boys? How's she look, boys?

  • Get on and give 'er, bud!

  • [loud motor]

  • ♪ ["Body Break" theme]

  • Body Break

  • So it looks like you're already covered

  • for your cast, your CT scan, and the new titanium leg.

  • The only remaining balance is $17.38 for the crutches.

  • $17?

  • Sorry, but I'll be speaking to my local MP about this!

  • Announcer: Understand the metric system half the time.

  • Welcome back to "Who Wants To Win A Million, Eh?"

  • Are you ready for your final question?

  • Yeah, let's give 'er.

  • For one million Canadian dollars...

  • Is it A, 40; B, 80; C, 65; D, 200?

  • Oh, I don't know.

  • I don't know kilograms.

  • Now remember, you can earn a bonus lifeline

  • by listening to one Nickelback song in its entirety.

  • [exhales] I think I'm going to walk.

  • Announcer: Never accept substitutes

  • for real maple syrup.

  • Whoa! You're not going to use that crap, are you?

  • Yeah.

  • Tastes nothing like the real thing.

  • Whatever, it's all the same.

  • Mr Russell, that's the third time this month.

  • I'm going to have to write you up for contraband.

  • Can't you just give me a warning?

  • Sorry.

  • 20 hours of community curling?

  • That's like my whole weekend.

  • Announcer: And finally, know the difference

  • between a good and a bad poutine.

  • Little boy, what seems to be the matter?

  • My poutine.

  • Your poutine, what's wrong with your poutine?

  • The gravy wasn't hot enough to melt my cheese curds.

  • Oh, my God.

  • I swear on the ghost of John A. MacDonald

  • I swear on the ghost of John A. MacDonald I swear on the ghost of John A. MacDonald

  • that we are going to find out who did this to you

  • and when we do, we are going to file...

  • a formal complaint.

  • Announcer: What did we miss?

  • leave a comment in the comments section below, eh?

  • ♪ [O Canada]

♪ ♪

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How to be a Canadian

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    Samuel posted on 2017/11/27
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