**Addendum: Please read, “Murph’s” comments below this post. They are from Chris Murphy, Meteorologist from Canada’s, “The Weather Network”. He has summed up Canadians and weather perfectly! Thanks, Chris!! 🙂
At this very busy time of year I felt we could all use a laugh or two. Here is a post I wrote a couple of years ago. I’m posting this again for a, “Throwback Thursday” kinda day! I do hope you enjoy it!
– all pictures courtesy of Mo from the http://thecrazycrone.org/. Mo’s sense of humor is very similar to mine, and she shared these pictures with me knowing my Canuck sense of ‘ha ha’. If there is one thing I know about Canadians, it is that we can collectively have a laugh at our own expense, all in the name of, “The Great White North”!
Please join me (and Mo, who lives in North Cyprus) with a little, “Canadian Content” to provide a little laugh to your day!
I am quite certain there are many Canadians (especially those who live in the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta) who are grinning from ear to frozen ear with this little montage. I must confess that during many exasperatingly frigid Prairie winters, I felt relieved at the ‘warmer’ temperatures when the -40C had left the region. Interestingly enough, I found myself switching to a much lighter jacket at -10C, and left my wooly hat at home (I think these gentleman might be exaggerating just a tad, but not by much)!
If there will ever be an, “app” for this ghastly task, it will be invented by a Canuck; I have no doubt about this whatsoever!
I have witnessed this scenario many times! Heaven knows what other, ‘treasures’ Canadians find after the snow has subsided! You mean I actually OWN a car? I don’t remember that; perhaps it has something to do with the 6 months of winter in the Prairies!
Ah, the polite Canadians; requesting snow stoppage with not so much as a hint of irreverence! *grin*
Lest you think it is only our people who are polite, “PLEASE” take a gander at this:
Here’s one for those Canucks who have relatives who had the sheer and utter audacity to move to snow-less locales:
“Please” stay warm, my Canucks!