Things I Learned Being a Canadian in America πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

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    It's not a stereotype, we do say eh
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    Yes there is such a thing as a "Canadian accent." Don't believe me? Say the word "about" in front of an American πŸ™ƒ
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    You don't have to try too hard to be nice because everyone already believes Canadians are nice
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    A lot of American people think Canada is a peaceful place where nothing happens (literally nothing ...)
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    You find yourself selling people on the idea of venturing ALL the way to Canada constantly
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    You have to constantly convince people that not all parts of Canada have horrible weather ...even if everywhere but British Columbia has bad weather 😊
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    You realize Canada is behind on a lot of things like types of fast food places and having access to 3000 tv channels
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    You find yourself feeling guilty about drinking Dunkin Donuts coffee (sorry Tim Hortons!)
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    You find yourself constantly dreaming about the beautiful nature that surrounds us in the north 😍
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    You need to learn the conversion of Celsius to Fahrenheit because weather is the main topic of conversation and you look stupid thinking 50 degrees is extremely hot.
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    "Z" is pronounced "Zed" NOT "Zee" okay!?!? πŸ’πŸ½
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    You feel very lucky that you don't have to worry about Donald Trump being the leader of your country ...
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    You will learn the true definition of pride when American people describe the love they have for their country. And in turn you too will become very proud to be Canadian πŸ’ͺ🏽
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    Drake.
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    Most importantly , despite all of the differences, you quickly feel at home in America because the people here are very welcoming to their neighbours up north ☺️