Cap'n Clutch wrote:10 - You know what a beavertail is and you enjoy eating one on the Canal.
I do know what they are, and I do like them, but I have not had one in a long time, nor have I skated on the canal in years.
9 - You identify yourself more as being NOT American as opposed to being Canadian.
I am proud of being Canadian for sure. I don't go out ofm y way to say I am NOT American.
8 - You chuckle when Hockey is referred to as Ice Hockey.
Not really - since we Canadians play it year round, ice or not.
7 - You find it bizarre that people in the States don't have universal healthcare.
They are a capitalist country, so it makes sense. I think all of Canada might have to start doing what Alberta has done to ensure greater healthcare.
6 - You apologize when someone bumps into you when it was clearly their fault.
Depends who it is, but I usually end up having to always dodge stupid people that walk erratically and walk 3 people across on sidewalks or in malls.
5 - When watching a Hockey game, live or at home, you can't help but yell at the officials and the players.
I'm pretty quiet watching games - My reactions have little to do with the outcome of the game.
4 - You've always got time for Tim Hortons.
I don't drink coffee, and don't have a lot of money, so I rarely indulge.
3 - You know what I mean when I mention the Brett Hull foot in the crease incident.
I do, but only from highlights.
2 - There's a good chance you were (or are still
) a Leafs or Habs fan.
I suppose I was a Hab fan, but only when I was young and naive and that was only because of one reason - Patrick Roy. I don't HATE the Leafs, but I DESPISE Montreal and the fans.
1 - You're upset that the Canadian World Juniors ONLY got a SILVER after winning 5 straight golds in the World Junior Championships.
I would have liekd them to win gold again, but as I said, they didn't earn it. Great for Eberle to continue to be a clutch performer, but a little too late for Canada. Eberle will forever be remembered atleast as a WJ hero.
Good list though, I'm sure it would apply to most Canadians.
Will this be a regular thing? Maybe a weekly Letterman-like feature?