Wednesday, February 22, 2006

REVELATIONS FROM CANADA, PART II



It seems that everyone here, man or woman regardless, somehow reminds me of Alanis Morisette.
They also say "mobile phone," instead of "cell." Which as far as I'm concerned is using a superfluous word. Canada, it seems, is quite liberal but nevertheless, irresponsibly anti-brevity. Now, isn't that ironic? Nope. That isn't, either.

2 Comments:

Anonymous nice canadian girl said...

soooo I'm gonna assume that you're somewhere in eastern canada and will also assume you're being somewhat tongue in cheek.

Past Ontario and on westward, people don't really say "abooot". We sound basically like someone from seattle. You probably couldn't even tell the difference.

Also, I have never in my life heard anyone call their cellphone a mobile. ever. That sounds pretty tight ass.

People must know! The rumours are not true! We don't all sound like dorks!

1:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Leave the country then you twat!

11:54 AM  

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