2. So if you’ve ever tried to imitate the “eh” thing, you were probably doing it wrong.
And if you’ve ever tried to mock the “eh” thing, it probably wasn’t that funny.
9. But not that exclusive! Compared to the U.S., Canada has a much simpler and more welcoming immigration system.
Canada’s immigration system is simpler and outshines the United States. In Canada nearly half of self-made millionaires are immigrants, compared to only one-third of American millionaires.
12. Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how Canadians drink milk (since everyone has a weird fascination with it):
14. No, we don’t live in igloos…
17. “Yes, actually, I do know Steve from Vancouver. Thank you for asking.”
“Everyone knows Steve. Everyone knows everyone. Because we all live in rural communes, riding moose and transporting bagged milk from one igloo to the next.”
19. When two Canadians accidentally bump into each other, they both apologize. And it’s a very genuine exchange.
Canadians don’t profusely apologize for no reason: they immediately acknowledge someone else’s apology by apologizing. It’s a very natural and genuine gesture. If you don’t say “sorry” to their “sorry,” it’s considered a little rude.