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Sunday, July 04, 2010

Happy Independence Day....But Secretly I Know You Want To Be Canadian

To all my southern neighbours...(and no I did not spell that incorrectly...I'm Canadian) 

 HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY! 

But really... you can be truthful on this blog, 

I know You want to be Canadian : )

Just so that you can say about like a boot, and say sorry instead of excuse me (it's more efficient).

Please and Thank you
From 
Bungalow'56

A proud sponsor for all those American bloggers
who secretly want to be Canadian.

(Was this post too cheeky?  Will you ever return?  So many questions, so few answers?)
   
     XO
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11 comments:

  1. Great video, I forwarded it on my facebook ;)
    I ♥ being Canadian!!

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  2. secretly, you are right. While I am of course, proud to be American...it just seems so much easier and well, progressive in Canada. sigh.

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  3. I am from Indiana but I have made it up to Canada a few times, and we did love it. Your blog always makes me laugh. Thanks!

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  4. Well...maybe.

    But none of those gloves.

    I have weird anti-Mickey Mouse issues.

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  5. Traveled to Canada once as a Senior in High School. The people were very nice. Happy to be an American...but glad to have visited your country too.
    Happy 4th of July ...in every country!

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  6. I'm happy to be Canadian!!! Even though I live in the States now, I will always remain proud of being Canadian!!!

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  7. You wrote this for me didn't you? Just to tease! ;-)

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  8. Not too cheeky whatsoever. It's great to see your Canadian pride. I lived in Canada for 6 years, married a wonderful man from Saskatoon and secretly I am so happy to be an American. But, I do love Canada. So there. Hope that wasn't too cheeky for you. :o) And, because I live soo close to the border in Northern Minnesota, I say "aboot" rather than about. Does that make you happy? Hope so.

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  9. I would love to be a Canadian if just for your health care and cool accents.
    xoxo,t

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  10. i'm wondering if their is a bit of canadian in me! i do say boat like i'm canadian (on purpose). and i always say "i'm sorry" instead of "excuse me."

    funny post.

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  11. oh my. This is so so so funny! Of course being canadian is more glamourous...you have milk in a bag and Anne of Green Gables. I'm jealous!

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