Venomous_Bear wrote:Anyone? Anyone else? Things from Canada?
Spruce beer. Not because I like it. It's actually disgusting. I just like to break it out when people start dissing root beer. As in "oh, yeah...look at what they drink in Canada!"
I have never even HAD spruce beer, so THERE. Haha. Also, are you coming over to the UK shows too?
Could I have a bear please? And a moose, so I can recreate a sweet advert from the 90s (wine gums or something like that) "there's a moose loose in this hoose."
Does this advert imply that that's how we talk? Because we have a flirtation with the "ou" sound that the entire world seems to be incredibly jealous of.
I'm already a bear though, and we also have Chris T-T in the area. Can I bring mousse? FAA regulations require that all livestock be quarantined for 6 months prior to transport. Dairy products are only slightly rebellious.
the syrup and
the filthiness. Bring some Molson if you can!
Ah yes, our three main exports! Haha. Molson is less delectable than it used to be, since it got bought out. Alas, I will do what I can
The person who asked for poutine (I'm sorry, I'm on my phone and going in and out of the thread has exhausted me):
Finding quality cheese curds in Ontario is basically like finding Mewtwo in Rock Tunnel (it just doesn't happen). And they wouldn't stay refrigerated on the 8 hour flight... Even in the cargo hold... :,( devastated to let you down
take like 5 sorrys and I'll give you the rest in person.
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