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  DKjazz  |  20

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  goshpeople  |  4

"Being safe ... we took a taxi back." Taking a cab doesn't mean you're safe. Just (probably) safer than driving drunk yourself -- under normal taxi circumstances, i.e. the driver NOT being intoxicated.

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  goshpeople  |  4

#72, it's actually an advantage in car accidents not to tense up and brace for impact, so drunk drivers, with their slower reaction times, tend to fare better.

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  flockz  |  19

oops sorry didn't notice. but thank you for being so irritated and distraught with my comment that u just got the urge to call me a dumbass. next time i'll be sure to check because damn you frighten me and i don't want this to happen again.

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  flockz  |  19

well 65 im American so i don't know but i imagine that you might se july 4th celebrated in Canadian cities closer to the border. idk how close you live to the border but you might not see it as much. for example i live in texas and alot of people here celebrate cinco de mayo which is the mexican independence, even though i have never been to mexico lol

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  Miss_Andi87  |  0

cinco de mayo is not Mexican independence day (that's in September, if I remember correctly) may 5th was the celebration of the mexicans victory over the French army in Puebla, Mexico in 1862

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  sxe_beast  |  11

Don't Canadians celebrate Canada Day on July 1st, which from what I can recall is fairly similar to our Independence Day (July 4th)? Don't the Canadians shoot of fireworks, have air shows, have parades, go to carnivals and all that fun stuff? This FML very well could have happened on the 1st.

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  flockz  |  19

74- u just proved how often i stay awake in history lol and to all u die hard canadians who are baffled that anyone from your country would celebrate the 4th of july im sorry again for not noticing where op was from.

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  scrapmetal58  |  9

Yes sir, it's Canada Day on July 1st. It celebrates confederation (we became a country). I live very close to the border actually. I won't say where due to my staplers. I suppose if July 4th fell on a weekend some Canadians might use that as an excuse to celebrate something (the War of 1812 perhaps haha).

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