sorry I like it

by Mr. Roberts
(North Battleford)

We have a winner!

We have a winner!

What is normal? We are fat, we like trucks, meat is important. So what, it is the same everywhere.

As people, we like what we are around. Everyone complains about something. Salt will kill you, there's to much bad fat in that Timmy; oil is only $35 a barrel. So why are people shocked that as a Canadian we like the cold.

I know we will complain but that does not mean we do not like it. I bet that even right now you are disagreeing with me. But think about it. You would never give this up for fire ants in your house or termites eating your home.

And if you are saying, "yes I would" while it is minus 32 in the shade, that does not count because all humans say that. Try saying that on Boxing Day when the family is outside playing in the snow or while your son shovels the walk for the first time. This is Canada and we love our weather.

Barry's Response - We even enjoy complaining, Mr. R. I like it too, sorry. Let's make some cold weather jokes to get through it.

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Cold weather is defended by Canadians in a distinctive manner.

Canadians love their cold weather, folks! People say, 'You wouldn't give this up for fire ants or termites.' Yeah, they're right.

Canadians are tough, resilient people who appreciate a colder climate. Some have built some incredible buildings that can withstand anything, even termites! Despite our different weather preferences, I respect Canadians for embracing their unique climate.

I like to capture a brash style by expressing confidence and highlighting his achievements while acknowledging Canadians' resilience and love of cold weather.

A more informed and thoughtful approach would be more appropriate for Canadians to defend their cold weather.

It's amazing how Canadians love their cold weather. Even though colder climates can have some advantages, like deterring pests like those mentioned above, it's important to remember that everyone has different climate preferences.

Weather and climate play a big role in shaping our experiences and lifestyles. In cold weather, you can join in winter sports, enjoy outdoor activities, and take in the beauty of snow-covered landscapes.

It's also important to consider the challenges that come with colder climates, like higher heating costs and winter preparation. It's great to see people embracing and defending their favorite weather conditions, as each has its own advantages and disadvantages.

In the end, weather preferences are subjective, and it's great to have a variety of climates to suit different lifestyles. The most important thing is finding joy and comfort in the weather that resonates with each of us, whether it's the cold winters of Canada or the warmer climates elsewhere.

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