For My Fellow Canucks!

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  1. Athanasian Creed

    Athanasian Creed
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    You Know You're Canadian When:

    You have more miles on your snow blower than your car.

    Driving is better in the winter because the potholes are filled in with snow.

    The local paper covers national and international headlines on two pages, but requires six pages for hockey.

    The municipality buys a Zamboni before a bus.

    You eat chocolate bars, not candy bars, and drink pop, not soda.

    You use a red pen on your non-Canadian textbooks and fill in the missing u's from labor, honor, and color.

    You know how to say free, prize and no sugar added in French thanks to your extensive education in bilingual cereal packaging.

    You know what a toque is.

    You've plugged a car in overnight.

    You've defended your property from trespassers with a lacrosse/hockey stick because you don't own a gun.

    You stand in "line-ups" at the movie, not lines.

    You're not offended by the term, "Homo Milk".

    You understand the phrase, "Could you please pass me a serviette, I just spilled my poutine?"

    You don't hold your hand to your chest when you sing the national anthem.

    You know that francophones, anglophones and allophones are not electronic devices.

    You get milk in bags as well as cartons and plastic jugs.

    You have Canadian Tire money in your kitchen drawers.

    You know that Mounties "don't always look like that."

    You read rather than scanned this list.

    Your backpack has only one Canadian flag sew-on.

    Pike is a type of fish, not part of a highway.

    You drive on a highway, not a freeway.

    You know that Casey and Finnigan are not part of a Celtic Musical Group.

    You know four seasons: winter, still winter, almost winter and construction.

    You perk up when you hear the theme from 'Hockey Night in Canada'.

    You are in grade 12 not the 12th grade.

    "EH" is a very important part of your vocabulary.

    You are excited whenever an American television show mentions Canada.

    You know Toronto is not a province.

    You laugh afterward at some U.S. citizen's lack of knowledge of Canadian geography, but you are too polite to correct them.

    You Americans & others from around the world will look at this list and not have a clue as to what its talkin' about - but every Canadian will!

    Ray :thumbsup:

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