It all started with a pretty innocuous and standard caption to a pretty innocuous and standard picture of a giant moose in Canada. mysticmisfit89.tumblr.com But Canadians on Tumblr quickly jumped in confirming — all joking aside — how real and terrifying giant moose in Canada can be: kings-of-freeside.tumblr.com Like, they are actually the Nessie of Canada and they are deceivingly not-as-large-at-first: kings-of-freeside.tumblr.com kings-of-freeside.tumblr.com And underestimating their size is a dangerous, dangerous mistake to make: kings-of-freeside.tumblr.com Canadians were practically shaking Americans being like, "DO U UNDERSTAND???? DO NOT MOOSEUNDERSTAND ME OK": kings-of-freeside.tumblr.com Then moose-truthers came out of the woodwork: sputnikcentury.tumblr.com So now this thread fully has the attention of Americans. They're so intrigued: finnglas.tumblr.com bead-bead.tumblr.com But then Finland comes in, shaking, being like, "uh-huh, I gotchu, Canada. The moose is not to be messed with": jarfulofglassanimals.tumblr.com And then moose-less Americans are like, "They're that big? Really??": star-anise.tumblr.com Which led traumatized Canadians to reiterate, "YES, REALLY O_O. LISTEN TO US": brownies4myybrownie.tumblr.com Which led Americans to ask: willpowred.tumblr.com The short answer? Yes: kings-of-freeside.tumblr.com The Tumblr thread is evidently not over yet. More traumatized Canadians and their moose stories to come.Americans: Now do you understand? We moose not joke about them. They own our souls.