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Top Ten Signs You Know You're in Canada
(submitted by rosey)
Instead of bingo halls, you see curling halls.
(The Frunkus Kid)
It snows more often than it rains.
Not a single person is standing on a corner shouting that I'm going to Hell.
You can tell the difference between moose scat and bear scat on sight.
There's a blind person walking down the street with a seeing-eye polar bear.
The National Flag has a Rorschak Test in the center.
Even the simplest statements become interrogatives, eh?
The moose in the hunting cap said so.
You buy a six pack of beer. You give them a twenty. They give you change in Canadian bacon.
(Oops they did it again.)
The speed limit is 100 but everyone is driving like 60.
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