We come from the land of the ice and snow
From the midnight sun where the hot springs flow.
~ Led Zeppelin, the Immigrant Song
-50 degree weather all the time, and everyone looked like dainty little Eskimos, AND THIS WAS IN TORONTO.
COME ON CANADA, the least you could do is put up some actual buildings instead of just igloos, how the hell do you expect to support a populace!?Barry's Response
- I don't know what to do. Because my pet polar bear eats so much, I spend all my time hunting seal meat.
We can go to Stereotype Land if we want to make fun. There's a lot of humor there. You'll find a lot of Canadian and winter weather jokes
on this page. Poke a bit more fun at Canada why don't ya.
Take a look at some good photos of snowstorms in Canada snowstorms in Canada
while we're at it. It happens all over the country. It's every year. Even in the summer. Just grin and bear
Please call the ice hotel early if you're coming. During hockey season, you wouldn't want to be stuck without a room.
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Stop me if you've heard this one
Let's see how the professionals might handle this situation:
- The Canadians say winter is nature's way of testing your will to live. It's like Mother Nature's way of saying, "Let's see if these people can survive six months of freezing their butts off!".
- Canadians love snow. It's not just frozen water falling from the sky to them. It's an Olympic sport called 'Dodging Snow Plows' or Mastering the Art of Slipping on Ice.
- I've heard Canadians talk about their four seasons: Almost Winter, Winter, Still Winter, and Construction. Yeah, nothing says 'summer' like sitting in a traffic jam while road crews fix potholes created by the last ice age.
- A true Canadian winter is when your car turns into an ice sculpture
and your driveway turns into an Olympic-size skating rink. Who needs Disneyland when you can experience a never-ending winter wonderland right at home?
I'm trying to channel George Carlin's style of comedy which can be provocative at times. I'm dreaming of a lighthearted Christmas.