Yes, our money is really pretty. Yours confuses us.
We need a five? Bam! Blue bill!
Your wallets must look like one big blur of dark ink. Are you constantly tipping with a $20 by accident?
Our weather is not that different from yours.
No, it doesn't snow here year-round. We have beaches -- lots of 'em. In many provinces, the weather is actually BETTER than your weather.
OK, yeah ... sometimes it is pretty bad ...
Actually, it's possible that we just don't feel the cold like you do ...
There's a reason every Jeopardy contestant uses "Toronto" as their response to just about every question about Canada.
We're not ALWAYS polite.
Everyone has a magical card in their wallet.
... but no, not EVERYTHING is free.
Canada is big ... so, so, so big.
Yes, we get a year of maternity leave, however ...
We know you make fun of Canadian spelling. Lots of extra u's and changing "er" to "re."
Anne of Green Gables might be one of the main reasons people visit Canada, and we're cool with that.
We can't understand why you guys aren't begging for our chips ...
If enough of you wanted them, we're pretty sure you could get them. And they're awesome.
Lululemon? You're welcome.
Sure, we go to the U.S. for shopping, but we've started a few awesome brands ourselves. (See also: Joe Fresh, Roots, Hudson's Bay Company)
You will never understand the pain of wanting to buy something online and not being able to order it, because EVERYONE WILL SHIP TO THE U.S.
When a company does ship to Canada, the shipping charges are often more than the item itself. *smh*
We're worried you don't quite understand poutine ...
Yeah, sometimes we pour maple syrup on the snow and eat it ...
You guys have 38 million people in California. We have 35 million people in our entire country.
You guys must be pretty crowded, eh?
Our Prime Minister is a totally sexy feminist.
Wait, you knew that! We just like to remind people because before him, there was a longggg string of unattractive older gentlemen.
Same-sex marriage has been legal in parts of Canada since 2003 ... and EVERYWHERE in Canada since 2005.
We laugh at Canadian stereotypes, too ... eh?
We don't call it "Canadian bacon." It's just "back bacon" here.
Yes, of course we still have regular bacon. We might even like it more than you guys.
We do change waaaay differently than you guys.
We have a $1 coin (the loonie) and a $2 coin (the toonie) but we scrapped pennies a few years back. If you pay with cash, your total is rounded up or down to the nearest five cents.