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  TheDrifter  |  23

Vive le Québec libre. If they let the rest of Canada vote in the next referendum I bet we can get the separatist vote to 51%, even if the last 5% is just Albertans trying to vote them out.

  283leis  |  8

Dude in the 1995 referendum canadiens from all provinces went to Montreal to try and convince Quebeckers to stay in Canada. But even if you win the aboriginals want to stay in Confederation, and you'd lose almost all of your land.

  Phyre24  |  17

I want to upvote your comment but the last part makes me worried.... I'm from Canada too and the controversial dispute about Quebec is still around...

  feelingold  |  18

Sorry to hijack #1 but OP -- was she saying Latin America, not South America? There are various definitions of Latin America and (though not commonly applied) the linguistic one may include Quebec. check wikipedia...

  JennaNGood  |  21

*sigh* it's people like you 37 that make others feel justified to say Canadians are stupid. I must defend our people by saying not all of us are this stupid, perhaps just you and a few others..

  ironichalibut  |  24

Tim Hortons is actually mostly owned by American shareholders now I think, after being incorporated to Wendy's in American. You guys are buying all our best stuff! Pretty soon we'll just be left with rocks and trees.

  MrConcise  |  34

You're right, they just said 'carpe diem' and 'swagger'. Get over your anti-slang elitism, please. Accept that language is evolving alongside the way we communicate.

  Fedezzer  |  20

#113 The language isn't evolving to these people, it's being reduced to rubble to allow for the idiots to understand it. They're dumbing down the language, not educating the people.

  dalink  |  24

I think #113 meant that we communicate through different mediums now (ie twitter, Facebook, text) more so than we did in the past and some of our slang has "evolved" with that development.

  Welshite  |  39

I have a special friend. His name is Bob.

Bob just sits on my bed and stares at me. He never says a word. My family says that Bob doesn't exist, but I know he does.