1. soar

    8. You’ve taken your kids trick-or-treating in a blizzard.

    You must be stupid, it doesn’t snow in October, retard.

    • alabaster

      ever been up north?

      it’s snowed in alberta in june too btw.

    • Craig

      Keep your words soft and sweet, just in case you have to eat them!

      For the record, I have, as a kid, gone trick-or-treating in snow in October. As an adult, I have taken my own kids around in snow for the scariest night of the year as well.

      In the fall of 2006, we had snow here in mid-October and it never melted until spring 2007.

      Soar, I think your comment reflects more about you as a person than anything else. Anonymity makes you brave, doesn’t it? Too bad you don’t have the self-confidence and mental capacity to offer a genuine comment that is relevant and useful.

  2. Abby

    obviously, this was written by an american

  3. Nick

    Most of these sound more like the USA than Canada. Examples:

    “do drugstores make the sick walk all the way to the back of the store to get their prescriptions while healthy people can buy cigarettes at the front.” – Never been in a US drug store? Pharmacy’s usually closed, too.

    “do people order double cheese burgers, large fries, and a diet coke.” – Nobody knows bad diets better than Americans.

    “do we leave cars worth thousands of dollars in the driveway and put our useless junk in the garage.” – At my house, the most expensive car is in the street, with another in the driveway – with more useless junk in the garage than I can name.

    “You only know three spices: salt, pepper and ketchup.” – what’s pepper?

    “do we buy hot dogs in packages of twelve and buns in packages of eight.” – well, actually, in the US it’s 24 and 16, respectively.

    “do we use the word ‘politics’ to describe the process so well: ‘Poli’ in Latin meaning ‘many’ and ‘tics’ meaning ‘bloodsucking creatures’.” – Seems universal to me.

    “do they have drive-up ATM machines with Braille lettering.” – what’s really scary is when the driver in front of you is reading the Braille.

  4. David

    October is roof shoveling season in Sault Ste. Marie

  5. Tina de Pierre

    "15. Your snow blower gets stuck on the roof."

    .. or your snowblower it too short to get through the snow 🙂

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