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"Blame Canada"

Times have changed,

Our kids are getting worse

They won't obey their parents,

They just want to fart and curse.

Should we blame the government,

or blame society,

or should we blame the images on tv

No!

Blame Canada! Blame Canada

With all their beady little eyes,

their flapping heads so full of lies

Blame Canada!

Blame Canada!

We need to form a full assault, it's Canada's fault! Don't blame me, for my son Stan, He saw the darn cartoon, and now he's off to

join the klan!> And my boy eric once, had my picture on his shelf, but now when I see him, he tells me to **** myself>

Well, Blame Canada!

It seems that everything's gone wrong since

Canada came along

Blame Canada!

Blame Canada! They're not even a real country anyway. My son could of been a doctor or a lawyer, it's a true, Instead he burned up like a piggie on a barbecue> Should we blame the matches? Should we blame the fire, or the doctor who allowed him to expire. Heck no!

Blame Canada!

Blame Canada!

With all their hockey hubaloo and that ***** Anne Murray too. Blame Canada!

Shame on Canada!

The smut we must stop

The trash we must smash

Laughter and fun

must all be undone

We must blame them and cause a fuss

Before somebody thinks of blaming us!

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Thanks for "Blame Canada" Yoda. My 12-year-old daughter loves everything Canadian. She coos with appreciation over every media personality she discovers is Canadian. She also likes the country's more progressive political climate. Hey, when she was eight she voted for Nader in her school's mock elections. She's stopped wearing all black clothing as a protest against "consumerism." I just hope the little commie doesn't smother me in my sleep. :wink:

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Originally posted by IdahoBert

Thanks for "Blame Canada" Yoda. My 12-year-old daughter loves everything Canadian. She coos with appreciation over every media personality she discovers is Canadian. She also likes the country's more progressive political climate. Hey, when she was eight she voted for Nader in her school's mock elections. She's stopped wearing all black clothing as a protest against "consumerism." I just hope the little commie doesn't smother me in my sleep. :wink:

It's great that she cares.

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Originally posted by Motor City Sonics

It's great that she cares.

Thanks! She really does care and her earnestness reminds me alot of myself. I guess the apple really doesn't fall far from the tree.:classic:

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Blame Canada for letting Peter Jennings out of that insane country and into this insane country where he became a spokesman for all socialist causes, and does that under the insidious guise of a journalist.

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Originally posted by Billy Ringo

Blame Canada for letting Peter Jennings out of that insane country and into this insane country where he became a spokesman for all socialist causes, and does that under the insidious guise of a journalist.

Right now, Jennings is preferred to Dandy Dan Rather.

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Originally posted by shabba4detroit

Right now, Jennings is preferred to Dandy Dan Rather.

Right about now funk soul brother. Check it out now funk soul brother.

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Originally posted by DetroitFolly

Tell you what...

send it all to me instead!

As soon as I get to $2000...I'll spend it.

I can't believe he already has collected 24 bucks.

As good as a Canadian Labatt is compared to the US version it's not worth all the change for a six pack

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Originally posted by Oblong

As good as a Canadian Labatt is compared to the US version it's not worth all the change for a six pack

I went to Windsor a few month's back to exchange a case of empty Labatt blue for a full case ... when entering the state side booth - the rather obnoxious border patrol person questioned my purchase and asked why I was wasting my American currency on Canadian goods ... I was taken aback, not wanting to offend the surly fella, I told him it was my right as an American to spend my currency any way I saw fit ... thinking I pushed to hard and was now looking at the possibility of a full car and body cavity search ... he paused and then waved me through without further insistent ... and Oblong – there is a noticeable difference in taste, one that is quite refreshing from the beer we get imported … :cheeky:

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Originally posted by Oblong

As good as a Canadian Labatt is compared to the US version it's not worth all the change for a six pack

It's called "Labatts" :classic:

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It's funny, we just call it "Blue" here in Canada. We also call Molson "Canadian".

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Originally posted by Dino

It's funny, we just call it "Blue" here in Canada. We also call Molson "Canadian".

We just call it "Blue" here in Detroit. Molson Canadian doesn't have the same following.

What do they call Canadian Whiskey in Canada? Nobody blends a whiskey like the Canadians.

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Originally posted by DetroitFolly

I'll take a Canadian over a Blue anyday.

I'll take an OV over either, just because it's hard to get. But for taste, nothing better in Canada than Sleeman's Cream Ale.

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Ok time for a Canadian stories. Well with Ivan in town last week I drove down to Orlando. Stop in at the Steve and Berrys and pick up a Canada sweatshirt. Sitting at the bar at my hotel I was wearing it with my Labatt Blue hat drink a Labatt. A lady from Europe ask so where in "Canada are you from?", I said "Detroit." she gave a that what are you talking about look.

2 days prior I went to Epcot to walk the nations. The Canadian stop did not have Labatt on the menu so I didn't eat there. I was in shock. those are my stories

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I crashed a wedding in Newport, VT, several years ago. I was living in a van in New England that summer, and my sister and her fiance's family was in Vermont for the weekend to go to the wedding, so I drove up, and since the wedding reception was a casual barbeque, they said I might as well crash.

Anyhow, Newport is right close to the Canadian border, and I was drinking VO shots with a good looking divorcee' who was about 15 years my senior (would have made her about 35.) When I mentioned Canada was right close, she started going on about how cool it was to live in a border town. I mentioned that I was from a border town as well. She said which one. I said Detroit. She said Detroit wasn't anywhere near Canada. I said it was so close to Canada that there was a tunnel under the river that comes right up into Canada. She called me a bullshitter and wouldn't speak to me for the rest of the night.

So because I didn't get laid that night ... I blame Canada.

Peace,

Shabba

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Originally posted by shabba4detroit

I crashed a wedding in Newport, VT, several years ago. I was living in a van in New England that summer, and my sister and her fiance's family was in Vermont for the weekend to go to the wedding, so I drove up, and since the wedding reception was a casual barbeque, they said I might as well crash.

Anyhow, Newport is right close to the Canadian border, and I was drinking VO shots with a good looking divorcee' who was about 15 years my senior (would have made her about 35.) When I mentioned Canada was right close, she started going on about how cool it was to live in a border town. I mentioned that I was from a border town as well. She said which one. I said Detroit. She said Detroit wasn't anywhere near Canada. I said it was so close to Canada that there was a tunnel under the river that comes right up into Canada. She called me a bullshitter and wouldn't speak to me for the rest of the night.

So because I didn't get laid that night ... I blame Canada.

Peace,

Shabba

Shabba funny stuff man sorry you didn't get laid

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