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By ehxtraordinarily pissed - / Saturday 13 December 2014 18:36 / United States - Coweta
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By  CurvyisCool  |  22

*gets offended* I'm sorry, I didn't mean for you to offend me. Canadians.

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By  CurvyisCool  |  22

*gets offended* I'm sorry, I didn't mean for you to offend me. Canadians.

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  sacrosanct2  |  22

I'm sorry, but I find this offensive... take it back please.

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  juststephhere  |  23

Just because someone is nice doesn't necessarily mean they're forgiving....

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You people do realize that the stereotype about all Canadians are nice is false right? and yes i know people are going down vote but its fact

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  Sathane  |  21

#66 is right. I'm Canadian and, as far as I'm concerned, you all can go right ahead and fuck yourselves. That's right. Every. Last. One. Of you. Including #66. Ya bunch of sister fucking backwoods yokels ...

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  Stazza11  |  27

My cooking is pretty bad too... It's his house, if he wants to shit stir his sons friend then he can.

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  Khaleesi_26  |  30

Wow #15 so it's ok to be insensitive towards someone? Personally, being a Canadian I would take his jokes as a lack of knowing Canadian culture and what's offensive vs what's not. But not everyone is like me, and some would take it as being rude and ignorant towards their differences.

By  jquaw  |  16

Americans say huh instead of eh and huh sounds stupider

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  KittyLahv  |  27

More stupid*

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  AddictGamer  |  16

Not necessarily, Canadians say 'eh' after ever sentence, only Americans who are curious or without proper terminology say 'huh'. And she is right, it is 'more stupid', 'stupider' is not a word, nor will it be.

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

sigh. unfortunately "stupider" has recently become a word. Damned Americans. Do the Canadians have their own English dictionary?

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  iAmPaul  |  49

29 - Actually, our English varies from both American and British spelling, yet also shares many similarities with British spelling. For example, "colour", and similar words, spelled with the "u". However, we write "program" like Americans, instead of "programme" like the British.

By  bearstyle22  |  11

haha aboot

By  tomorrow89  |  13

Your friend sounds a little over sensitive.

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No. I would react the same way.

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  jenjen2633  |  17

At first I would've found it funny, but after about 10 minutes of it I'd get annoyed. It's like someone saying a good joke/pun, then continuing to say said joke/pun. It gets irritating.

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