You’ve all heard the stereotypes. It’s cold, we all say ‘eh’, we all live in igloos, everyone loves hockey, we put maple syrup on everything, we ride polar bears to school, we’re all very polite, and of course, we drink all the time! I’ll be honest, some of them ARE true.
It can get freezing here. And I do mean FREEZING! But then when the summer comes, it gets just as hot as a place like Florida. Yes it snows, it freezes, but we do have summer, fall, and spring.
This is the obvious one that everyone knows is true. ‘Eh’ is a word mostly EVERYONE uses. It really is! I don’t know why, but it’s a very important word in our vocabulary and sentences. I’m not sure why, it just is. That one is a little harder to explain.
We live in houses. Not Igloos, houses. We do have other seasons besides winter like I have mentioned above. If you seriously thought we lived in igloos, what the hell?
Lot’s of people LOVE hockey. It’s there life, they watch every hockey game they can find. Not everyone likes hockey though. I’m one of the non-lovers. I don’t understand the people who love it, honestly. Well, I just hate sports.
Maple syrup is delicious! Oh my goodness! Best thing ever! We put it on pancakes and waffles. Normal things. Then there are people like me. I put maple syrup on eggs and sausages. So that stereotype is halfway true. I want syrup..
Do we ride polar bears to school? Seriously? Do Americans ride obese people to school?
Not everyone is polite, but most people are so nice here! Not much to say about that one. (Apologies)
I don’t drink but I know tons of people who do. I’m answering this final one, a yes. We love our Molson Canadian.