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Oct 7th 2011

Since it's Friday I feel compelled to point out a technical error.

eat a horse manure pie?

Cows make manure pies. Horses make manure cookies. (or muffins, depending on roughage)

Thank you for your attention. Please resume the story of the colonists who celebrated by figuring out how to make liquor out of corn, subsequently giving it to the Native Americans so they could open casinos.

Oct 11th 2011

Sorry about that farm nerd.

Oct 11th 2011

Also, this past Thanksgiving weekend was fabulous here. It got up to 25C here yesterday, and that's freaking hot for this time of year in Canada. I had two Thanksgiving dinners, one just last night with friends, the other on Sunday with family. On Saturday morning I got up at 5:30 and took a drive to a beautiful provincial park to take some pictures. Then when I got home I cut the grass and then we went apple picking and over to the garden to get the carrots, potatoes, and turnips out of the garden. I went for a nice walk with my daughters yesterday, and then to friends for dinner. All in all, that's just how I think a holiday long weekend should be spent.

Oct 11th 2011

Seriously, what is the deal with Canadian Thanksgiving? I thought it was a solely American holiday?

Oct 11th 2011

I was so involved with my extensive celebration of Columbus Day I completely forgot to wish the Canadanadians a happy Thanksgiving, whatever it means to them.

Daoust it sounds like you did it up right.

Oct 12th 2011

Okay guys. Canadian Thanksgiving is over. You can start posting again.

Oct 12th 2011

Thanks goodness Canada still has plenty of turkeys.

Oct 12th 2011

Post.

Oct 12th 2011

Post.

E for effort.

Oct 12th 2011

I'd give her an A for Anque.

Oct 12th 2011

and awesome. Why is it so slow around here, party people?

Oct 12th 2011

I have no idea.

Oct 12th 2011

Why is it so slow around here, party people?

Because they're not in the house.

Jan 6th 2012

So this is happening here. My husband wants to go. Maybe we'll win a trip to Daoustland.

Jan 6th 2012

This is the only part of that entire site that I could make sense of...

attend the show between the hours of 11 and 2
and receive a free fish sandwich and chips!

Jan 9th 2012

That looks like it is every bit worth the price of admission.

Feb 16th 2012

We were at the liquor store last night so my husband could stock up for his "ice fishing" weekend with his buddies. He bought a 30-pack of Labatt Blue so they would "have an excuse to say 'eh?' at the end of every sentence." I laughed so hard I about wet myself in the store.

Feb 16th 2012

I say "eh?" sometimes. I didn't start saying it until I moved "up North" to Bemidji. My parents think it's funny.

Feb 16th 2012

They say it in South Milwaukee, too. A lot. I find myself saying it a bit but I don't know why.

Feb 16th 2012

I never say it, y'all.

Feb 16th 2012

I'm from Canada, and I rarely if ever say it.

Mar 22nd 2012

This just in:

I have learned that Canada did not have its own flag until 1965.

You may now return to your normal lives, forever altered.

Mar 22nd 2012

Weird. Ok.

Mar 22nd 2012 edited

Huh. Why? I thought that was like the second order of business when you form your own country...right after 'put some people in charge.'

Mar 22nd 2012

My theory is that they were still England until then, but didn't want to tell anybody.

Mar 22nd 2012

Aren't they still England?

Mar 22nd 2012

They're not still a colony?

Mar 22nd 2012

I thought that was like the second order of business when you form your own country...right after 'put some people in charge.'

The first order is "kill the natives". Flags are third, right after "Declare war on France".

Mar 22nd 2012

Don't put off war with France until second. By then it might be too late.

Mar 22nd 2012

Are you kidding? Put off War with France 'til last. Easy peasy.

Maginot line, anyone?

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