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FML - The follow-up

Today, my sweet tooth went to a whole different level when I took a swig out of a bottle of maple syrup. FML

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OP here. First off, I would like to thank you all for not only putting my FML on here, but also giving me all this feedback! I felt like I would answer some questions. 2 - Note to self: Will try. 8, and several others - I actually do have some French Canadian heritage, but I was born and raised here in the North Shore of Massachusetts. 36 - It's real maple. Thanks for the feedback, everyone! If you're wondering, it tasted like maple syrup.
By TonyTalkingClock - / Tuesday 4 November 2014 12:48 / United States - Haverhill
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Actually OP is American according to his reply. He said he has French-Canadian heritage, but he was born and raised in Massachusetts, thus making him American. I have English, French, and Ukrainian heritage, but I was born and raised in Canada. Therefore I'm Canadian - I'm not English, I'm not French, and I'm not Ukrainian. You need to work on your reading comprehension skills. Paul: 1 Beagle: 0

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I'm jumping in. An African American person is an American. Nobody is denying their race or heritage, but they aren't Africans. They were born in America, and they grew up here. Therefore they are Americans. Paul: still 1 Beagle: still 0

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@92 104 perfectly addressed that. An African American (which is simply the politically correct way of saying "black person") is still an American, despite their heritage. Citizenship is different from heritage and race. Paul: 3 Beagle: -1 for stereotyping us Canadians with "eh"

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Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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108 - You... were? You were, what? Oh and you're insinuating that I reported your comment, which I didn't at all. Stop making false accusations and stop harassing me on my own comments. For the record, I was always correct and you were always incorrect.

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