Canadians don't, in fact, usually buy their milk in bags. There are parts of Canada that still have milk in bags available, but it's not nearly as widely available as it was decades ago, and there are many people who have never purchased their milk in bags. Abusive comment hidden. (Show it anyway.)
When my son was 3 we were leaving a campground. Suddenly from his chair in the back seat he starts yelling "Agggh!...waisin! waisin!" while swatting the right side of his nose. My wife takes a peek and sure enough, a huge raisin is jammed up there. I turn the car around and start bee lining to the next town where we could get a doctor, or tweezers, or chopsticks, or something. On the way my wife is trying to get him to blow his nose. "Hold the tissue over your nose and breath out as hard as you can! Like this..!" He tries a few times when ploot, out of the other nostril flies a pumpkin seed.
Most people I know do not like John Denver, but his music (particularly "Country Roads") brings back fond memories from childhood.
"Please state the nature of your temporal emergency."
GOOD MOMMY! YEA!!!