Seeing as a lot of you are from the UK, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to ask you a few random (probably obvious) things I've always wondered.
1.) If I'm referring to all the people of the United Kingdom, what should I say? Britons? The British?
2.) Can you tell a Canadian apart from an American?
3.) Have you ever gone to a Tim Horton's?
4.) Do you eat peanut butter and jam sandwiches?
5.) Is peanut butter available in large jars in grocery stores?
6.) Are there ever hockey games on TV?
7). Do you know who Conan O'Brien is?
8.) How about Craig Ferguson?
9.) Do you call woolen hats, toques?
10.) So how do
you guys spell colour anyway? On a lot of British programs I've seen, it's spelled without the 'u'. What's with that?
hahahaha!!! i'm american but lmao at your questions!
you're reminding me of a canuck friend i have, similar sense of humor. sorry if that's a really annoying thing to say.
you probly know how an american would answer those things but just so you know, i HAVE been to a tim horton's, i like hockey (we got our own minor league here but before then it wasn't so well known, i'm in the south) actually rooted for vancouver a lot. but we don't use the word toques. (do you say it TOOG?) we say sock hat.
PS did they REALLY get rid of the hockey night in canada theme? :'(
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