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Originally posted by Iron Monkey
as an Australian, i cringe every time you post something stupid. which is to say, every time you post.
Australians never cringe - you must be a cheap imported copy!

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18 Apr 08

Originally posted by MissOleum
Australians never cringe - you must be a cheap imported copy!


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Originally posted by widget
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvMd-yZqgX0

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cringe!!!

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Originally posted by MissOleum
Australians never cringe - you must be a cheap imported copy!
we're all imported copies dearie, except for the Aboriginals.

that's a pretty redneck attitude you have toward immigrants, btw.

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A Canadian interviews Americans....

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(There is NO Canadian politician named Jean Poutine............)

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Originally posted by widget
A Canadian interviews Americans....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seYUbVa7L7w&feature=related

(There is NO Canadian politician named Jean Poutine............)
it's a pretty funny name too, given the meaning of poutine: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poutine

i'd never heard of these before - will definitely try one when i make it to Canada. not a McPoutine, though.

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19 Apr 08

Originally posted by eatmybishop
baseball caps are to be worn with the cap design facing forward; do not wear the baseball cap in a reverse manner, this serves little purpose and merely makes you look rather silly
disrespectin' our cultural heritage. 😠

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Originally posted by Iron Monkey
it's a pretty funny name too, given the meaning of poutine: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poutine

i'd never heard of these before - will definitely try one when i make it to Canada. not a McPoutine, though.
that's weird ... i was looking at that page just a couple of days ago ...

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mmmm ....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image😲riginalPoutineLaBanquise.jpg

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poutine

In New Brunswick, there is an earlier traditional Acadian dish known as poutine râpée, which is completely different from the "poutine québécoise". The Acadian poutine is a ball of grated and mashed potato, salted, filled with chicken or pork in the centre, and boiled. The result is a moist greyish ball about the size of a baseball. It is commonly eaten with salt and pepper or brown sugar. It is believed to have originated from the German Klöße, prepared by early German settlers who lived among the Acadians. Many other dishes, similar or not, are known by the same name.

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Originally posted by robbie carrobie
obviously the sun is not a problem if you have long hair covering the back of your neck, and in this instance the little hole that facilitates the adjustment band is useful if you have a 'pony tail' allowing you to feed it through.
Women look so sexy when they wear baseball caps like that...

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Originally posted by widget
A Canadian interviews Americans....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seYUbVa7L7w&feature=related

(There is NO Canadian politician named Jean Poutine............)
When I watched that, I thought that if you'd do something similar with people from Oslo asking about Northern Norway, the result probably wouldn't be much better. And lo and behold - today there's an article in a Norwegian newspaper about a poll asking people in Oslo about Northern Norway, and 14% believed that there live polar bears in Northern Norway (an additional 5% were not sure)...

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Originally posted by Iron Monkey
we're all imported copies dearie, except for the Aboriginals.

that's a pretty redneck attitude you have toward immigrants, btw.
Australian aborigines were imported about 50,000 BCE.

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