The American's Guide to Canada

Ubersite user Sunny "NFW" G made this very enlightening The American's Guide to Canada. For example:

#3 Red Green
Forget Tim the Toolman Taylor, we have Red Green.

Red Green is the definition of manly. He lives in a lodge up north, thinks up crazy contraptions such as the snowball throwing van, and fixes anything and everything with duct tape.

Forget pirates, ninjas, and your precious Chuck Norris. Red Green is manlier than John Wayne, Atticus Finch, and Sean Connery put together.

Oh, and he only wears plaid ... what real men wear. None of this Abercrombie and Fitch business

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Well, technically, we don't speak "the Queen's English". Our English is somewhere in between American and British. But we do like to stick the letter "u" into a lot of words, so I guess that's what the writer meant.

And I've never actually tried poutine. It doesn't appeal at all.
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