You Know Your Canadian (or Live in Canada) When.....
You understand the sentence, "Could you please pass me a serviette, I just spilled my poutine."
You eat chocolate bars instead of candy bars.
You drink pop, not soda.
You don't know or care about the fuss with Cuba, it's just a cheap place to travel with good cigars and no Americans.
You know that a mickey and 2-4's mean "Party at the camp, eh!"
When there is a social problem, you turn to your government to fix it instead of telling them to stay out of it.
You're not sure if the leader of your nation has EVER had sex and you really don't want to know if he has!
You have Canadian Tire money in your kitchen drawers.
You drive on a highway, not a freeway.
You dismiss all beers under 6% alcohol content as "for children and the elderly."
You know that Thrills are something to chew and "taste like soap."
You know that Casey and Finnegan were not part of a Celtic musical group.
You wonder why there isn't a 5 dollar coin yet.
You are excited whenever an American television show mentions Canada.
You make a mental note to talk about it at work the next day.
You can eat more than one maple sugar candy without feeling nauseous.
Back bacon and Kraft Dinner are two of your favorites food groups.
You know that the last letter of the English alphabet is always pronounced "Zed" not "Zee".
"Eh?" is a very important part of your vocabulary and more polite than, "Huh?".
We have lots of Winter, whenever you want it. And then some.
You say 'aboot' not 'about'.
You use a red pen on your non-Canadian textbooks and fill in the missing 'u's from labor, honor, and color.
You can ALMOST understand what Jean Chrétien or Stéphane Dion say when they talk. Eh?
You can play road hockey on skates.
Your Snow blower gets stuck on the roof.
When you finish shoveling the driveway...you have to start right over again.
Your graduation formal dress was made of flannel.
You know what a "double double" is.
You defend your property from trespassers with a hockey stick because you don't own a gun.
You measure distance in hours.
You think -5 Celsius (23 Fahrenheit) is mild weather.
[edit on 29-4-2009 by The_Truth_Seeker]