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  • Doesn't mean like those other people, the bands that are playing over the course of the night Do you not say that house, that Canadian?

  • Hi, I'm Finn will far then I, Mackenzie Davis.

  • And we're here to teach you some Canadian saying, Try it.

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  • Oh, bloody Mary.

  • It's you guys, but it has milk in a bag.

  • Just milk in a bag.

  • And in Ontario and Quebec they serve milk in a bag.

  • It is foreign to us.

  • Well, everyone there owns their own plastic like milk jug when you put the bag of milk in the milk joke.

  • But it means that there's like milk is always exposed.

  • It's never closed.

  • There's always like the this part that you saw it off.

  • So it pork is bad so quick.

  • I just think that service fridge smell.

  • It's like a baking.

  • Freezes are, uh, I don't even know what you would call it.

  • A nice pop, I guess.

  • Yeah, like water.

  • Plus the frozen things in plastic, that colorful shredding.

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  • It's a base of sort of coconut and chocolate, like a cocoa thing Brownie thing.

  • The filling is like a vanilla custard in the morning, and then a hard chocolate talking, you'd get it on the BC ferries in Nanaimo Bar.

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  • But it's like this big fried.

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  • Brownnoser.

  • It's like, uh, doesn't know.

  • Is this brown?

  • Thanks for watching.

  • We hope you learned something about Canadian slang.

  • I know.

  • Apparently we did.

  • We had no idea.

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  • That's fun.

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