Things Are a Little Different in Canada (22 Pics)

Every country has its own little cultural nuances. Here are some Canadian versions of things that many of us encounter on a regular basis…

Canadian Car Crash:


Canadian Fast Food:


Canadian Graffiti:


Canadian News:


Canadian Breakdancing:


Canadian Parking:


Canadian Diary Entry:


Canadian Burglary:


Canadian Controversy:


Canadian Driving Perk:


Canadian Knock-Knock Joke:


Canadian Swimming:


Canadian Mafia:


Canadian Math Problem:


Canadian Skate Park:


Canadian Lemmings:


Canadian Polo:


Canadian Protest:


Canadian Romance:


Canadian Archaeology:


Canadian Trap:


Canadian Armed Forces:


You may also like:

This entry was posted in Lists, Pic Dumps and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

31 Responses to Things Are a Little Different in Canada (22 Pics)

  1. A Canadian in Missouri :) says:

    I love it! Best of everything Canadian! Sorry to take up your time with this comment, couldn’t help myself 😀

  2. Anonymous says:

    sorry, but I think this is hilarious, please don’t mind if I share………

  3. Rachael says:

    Thank you for sharing this lovely compilation, but I have a correction. The Canadian math problem is actually Michiganian:

  4. Trish Arella says:

    This reminded me a Canadian Winter is just around the corner….gotta go outside before it’s too late.

  5. joe says:

    it’s totally amazing

  6. Hugh B Hayve says:

    Good thing the knock-knock joke wasn’t from Ricky of the Trailer Park Boys. People might have gotten the wrong impression.

  7. cromanager says:

    One correction… Canadian Swimming is in fact Croatian swimming :

    I was thinking about going to Canada and maybe get citizen status in future (because many bad things things in system where progress is hard without other not good things) …then it will be Canadian clip…and it will be glad to me…but will see what future will brings to us…

    Greetings from Croatia and thank you for promoting…

  8. Alan says:

    Why are the snow plows parked outside a Tim Horton’s store?

  9. Alex Shenfield says:

    Sorry for saying sorry – my excruciatingly humble apologies if this apology offends anyone….

  10. Russell McMahon says:

    Canadians are not at all polite as shown here.
    They do apologise when absolutely essential but certainly don’t overdo it.
    The “problem” is almost certainly that the people who made up the captions live in the US.

    • Mike says:

      Well, I’m sorry you feel that way, let me get you a double-double.

    • Anna says:

      Agreed. Lived in Canada my entire life and the people here are no more polite than anywhere else. I’m not sure where the stereotype came from, but if you’re looking to prove me wrong, come visit Winnipeg and tell me what you think. It’s not good.

      • East Coast Ellie says:

        Come to the East Coast.

      • Not an elk wearing a human costume. says:

        Well statistically, Canada is the most welcoming country, but since I don’t remember the study or specific statistics, you can never be too sure. Besides, of all the stereotypes you can have, I think “just generally really nice people” is a pretty good one.

  11. Deanna says:

    Love it!

  12. Lisa says:

    Canadian Archaeology – it’s russian little town near Murmansk.. I was there that winter! Snowy!

  13. Myra says:

    Think I love Canada…!!
    And nice to see some manners…! Thought they had died…

  14. No, I don't speak French says:

    Did nobody hear of/see the Carré Rouge protests/strike last year…

  15. A proud Canadian. says:

    This makes my whole day. I’m gonna ride my moose down to Timmys now. Eh.

  16. Sorry says:

    Ah, sorry for taking you your time and space with this comment but I am Canadian and I can confirm these are 100% true. Thanks for reading have a great day /)-w-(\

  17. shelly says:

    Only in Canada you say, Pity! lmfao

  18. Mikki says:

    This sounds about right.

  19. Mikaylia says:

    Yeah, I see censored graffiti everywhere XD

  20. James says:

    “Dear diary, Sorry to bother you” — looool.

  21. Wishing for Canada says:

    Oh, how I would love to live in Canada…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>