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    19 Struggles All Canadians Know Too Well

    “This video is not available in your country.”

    1. Finding yourself regularly apologizing to inanimate objects that you bump into.

    Young Money Entertainment

    Or just like, apologizing for anything in general.

    2. And apologizing for apologizing too much.

    Starz

    3. “This video is not available in your country.”

    NBC

    C'mon YouTube!

    4. Opening the door for someone a metre away and waiting awkwardly.

    NBC

    5. People misunderstanding how to use “eh” in a sentence.

    Warner Bros.

    You can do better than this.

    6. Never being sure if you’re supposed to sing the French or the English version of “O Canada.”

    DreamWorks

    Um is it "with glowing hearts we see the rise, the true North strong and free" or "car ton bras sait porter l'épée, Il sait porter la croix?"

    7. Realizing that most of the money in your wallet is actually Canadian tire money.

    Republic Records

    ...five cents?!

    8. When the shipping costs more than the actual item.

    VH1

    9. Colouring in Nunavut on the map.

    NBC

    10. I mean, look at it!

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    11. Annoying Marineland commercials.

    Dimension Films

    No, not everyone loves Marineland!

    12. Being forced to learn French for 5+ years and only knowing how to say "hello" and ask where the bathroom is.

    Comedy Central

    13. Hiding inside during recess so you didn't have to go outside in the freezing cold during winter.

    NBC

    14. Never. Ever. Winning. The. Roll. Up. The. Rim. Never.

    Tim Horton's

    15. And when you did for the first time...

    ESPN

    16. Whenever you travel, no one has any idea where you're from... unless you're from Toronto.

    Showtime

    17. We don't say "aboot" — we say "about" like everyone else.

    HBO

    18. Saying sorry to someone even though they bumped into you.

    NBC

    19. But of course, we love our country!

    NBC

    Free healthcare!

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