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Discussion in 'UHall' started by Infiniti, Oct 13, 2008.
Happy Thanksgiving to all my fellow Canadian players. Have a great day and feast.
It's a country where we don't end every sentence with..."la"
Nope you guys end it with .... EH? right?
No its "A"
Reminds self to never post a nicely meant post on these boards again.
Eh, don't pay any attention to them.
No one else does.
To the OP , I wasnt being negative , I was just joking around , to my fellow Canadian Friends , have a Happy Canadian Thanksgiving. I am a bit curious as to how your Thanksgiving is celebrated compared to our Thanksgiving in the states so if anyone knows please share with us. (IE do you guys eat Turkey and watch football?)
Have a great Turkey day, I miss being home this time of year!
Thanksgiving in Canada in my family was Turkey and Ham with all the fixings, Pumpkin Pie, and Hockey!
I was married to an American so can tell you in all honesty there is no difference between the two. We celebrated both...hehe...yummy. We watched both football and hockey.
I'm not canadian but I would like to wish everyone that is a
Happy Thanksgiving to you too Infiniti, and to all other Canadians. Have a great day! =D
Wow , maybe I should have married a Canadian so I could have had 2 Thanksgivings , although Id probably weigh like 500 pounds if that was the case so maybe its better I didn't .
football (canadian and american), hockey, turkey, stuffing and all the other fixxings, pumpkin pie and at least here im not shoveling snow, but enjoying the nice weather.
Home of the Looters.
Happy T Day and out of curiosity which of the 3 groups are you in?
Ontario, Quebec or the rest.
I'm curious as to what you Canadians are being thankful for. The US Thanksgiving is based on a specific date and the event of the pilgrims' first meal with the Indians. What's Canada's based on?
Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving on the 2nd Monday of October.
"The farmers in Europe held celebrations at harvest time. They filled a curved goat's horn with fruit and grain to give thanks for their good fortune and the abundance of food. They brought this tradition when they came to Canada.
During the American Revolution, Americans who remained loyal to England moved to Canada where they brought the customs and practices of the American Thanksgiving to Canada."
More information about the history of Canadian Thanksgiving:
what do Canadians do for thanksgiving....
We Drink all weekend and then the turkey and so on...Drink abit more then flop on our asses and back to work tuesday!..
thats how we do it In Ontario anyway lmao
LOL .. 3rd. group btw...it's a beautiful sunny warm day here!
Happy Thanksgiving, Canadian friends!
I hope you all have lovely celebrations with family and friends! Please be careful and celebrate safely!
Ah it is rather warm here and over cast followed by a very cold change in temperature.
Another Idle curious question, I was contracted by Imperial Oil to rescue a number of their projects a while back (aka I did time at Imperial Oil days). Do they still call them selves Imperial Oil or have they changed names, If I remember right, they claimed at time, that there employees constituted 61%+ of the Canadian Work Force.
bit belated but happy Canadian Thanksgiving.
Home of the Looters.
House of Parliament!
OT but right now I REALLY wish we had one aspect of Parliamentary procedure right now down here... we could use it at the moment.
HAPPY Thanksgiving my Canadian friends!
Hope you all had a great day!
Hockey is finally back, eh!
Bug off you hosers, the Stars are going to rout the rink
(See, I've been a fan of Strange Brew, via the Great White North, via SCTV, hehe)
Ditto, happy Thanksgiving to everyone in Canada eh! Cheers!
lols i can just imagine an aussie thanksgiving.
Thanks ya bloody poms for sending ya convicts here!! *clinks a midi*
*gets back from eating turkey and wandering under maple trees*
*heads off to vote*