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17 Emotions Every Canadian Knows, As Told By Carly Rae Jepsen

I really really really didn't want milky KD.

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Pint-sized pop diva Carly Rae Jepsen knows a thing or two about being Canadian. She also understands first-hand the powerful emotions that can take over when you are faced with uniquely-Canadian struggles and victories.

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We recently caught up with her shortly after her performance at SickKids Hospital in Toronto for the Duracell Powering Holiday Smiles campaign, and she expressed her ~feels~ on everything from autocorrect to timbits.

1. When autocorrect tries to correct "favourite" to "favorite":

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2. When you put too much milk in your Kraft Dinner:

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3. When you slip on ice in front of your crush:

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4. When you go over your phone data limit:

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5. When someone who ordered AFTER you at Tim Hortons gets their bagel first:

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6. When you're overheating in a winter coat:

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7. When the game comes down to a shoot out:

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8. When you lose a single mitten:

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9. When you're sorry:

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10. When you're sorry for being sorry:

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11. When you're NOT sorry:

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12. When you're really into the Olympics:

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13. When you see the shipping charge when you're online shopping:

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14. When someone takes the last chocolate timbit without asking:

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15. When you see a Canadian celebrity in any popular movie or TV show:

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16. When you jam to Carly Rae Jepsen:

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17. And finally, when you're Carly Rae Jepsen:

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OK, so maybe not every Canadian knows that specific feeling.

Sorry not sorry. Stay awesome, Canada!