Tuesday, July 12, 2011

FML: Hoser Edition

I don't know if you're familiar with the website FML (fmylifee.com), but it's hilarious. People from all around the world post problems or horrible situations they've endured on this website, and viewers rate their post.

I was browsing around today when I came across a few Canadian posters. Of course I have to throw my two-cents in.

*NOTE* you can click on the screen caps to make them bigger and easier to read.

And the first:






Like she said, she'd have been fine with this ordeal. I guess she's used to rejection being a Canadian and all. And I don't know why she's fussing over it. She's no longer living in Canada. This situation was a blessing in disguise.

Next:





I'm sorry, but there's no such thing as a sober canuck with all that beer pride there. What were they thinking?

And:





If a canadian was my baby sitter, I'd scream and run away, too.

Lastly:





Remind me why Canada's free health care system is something to smile aboot.

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Canada Day

So as we all (and by we all, I mean Canada) know that yesterday was Canada Day. For the vast majority of the world who don't know what Canada Day is (especially the many of you who could care less), it is the national day of Canada. It's supposedly observed world wide, but I think Canadians just tell themselves that to feel important.

Basically it was enacted in order to celebrate the British North American Act in which three british colonies joined together to form the (not really that) great north.

To celebrate, Canadians alike use the holiday as an excuse to join together and drink beer whilst playing street hockey- even though this occurrence happens just aboot everyday.

Although I'm sure many avid Canadian hockey fans stayed home watching the Friday Free Agent Signing Frenzy to see if Brad Richards (or anyone for that matter) would sign with the Leaf's. That's a solid no.

So to all Canadian's, I hope you're nursing your hang overs and hockey injuries well and I can't wait for Independence Day ( a holiday actually worth celebrating).