I AM LAUGHING SO HARD WHO IS THIS GUY YOU HAVE THE WRONG NUMBER
oh my god i cant stop laughing though this guy
gUYS OH MY GOD STOP TEXTING HIM I AM SCARED NOW
In Quebec, ATMs are called guichets, even among anglophones when it says ATM right on it. Some parts of Canada call them ABMs, for automated banking machines. But the golden age of Canadian ATMs happened when Johnny Cash lent his name to Canada Trust machines in the 1980s, right after Toronto Dominion unveiled “Green Machines” and Scotiabank rolled out “Quickstop Cashstops.”
In Canada, parking garages are often called parkades. It’s like an arcade without the fun part.
In the US, “Smarties” is a chalky, tart, stackable candy that comes in little plastic wrappers. (This candy is called “Rockets” north of the border.) In Canada, Smarties are candy-coated chocolates - sort of like unlabeled M&Ms that come in dark blue boxes.
Poutine is a dish made of fries, cheese curds and gravy. Extra points if the cheese curds are squeaky on your teeth. There is some intense debate about where exactly in Quebec it originated, but it is now available just about everywhere in Canada. The only thing that makes poutine better, of course, is adding bacon.
Guest illustrator: Marie Poliak
i think that teenagers being aware of social issues like trans* people and slut shaming and rape culture and misogyny and racism because of a dumb blogging website called tumblr shows that if the medias and politicians explained and showed those things, people would actually start to understand them and stop being close minded assholes
This is a grade A post.
i forgot how to human