How do you spell Canada? C Ay N Ay D Ay. Do you get it?
It seems like the United States is falling apart, doesn't it? And it also feels like our country is more divided than ever before. Should we move? Canada seems to have it together right now. Maybe we should skip town and join them?
First of all, Canada is safe. Canada has a extremely low crime rate and gun ownership is almost four times lower than in the US. I guess that's because they feel so damn safe. Oh, and they have stricter gun laws. Just saying.
They also value their education and have some of the best schools in the world. Canada is one of the most diverse countries in the world, and they have universal healthcare, gay marriage is legal and they are really, really, really kind. Why are Canadians so nice? How do they do it? What is their secret?
Maybe people are confused by how things go down in Canada. Here are 15 times that Canadians were an absolute mystery to the rest of the world.
Let's start with this picture. If you are confused as to why Canada is so divided in terms of the land mass, here is why.
Look, we get it Canada. We've had a rough few years. Way to rub it in.
Twitter wars in the United States get far uglier. They are hurtful and mean and the online bullying that people face is outrageous. If only we could speak to one another like these sweet, sweet Canadians.
How considerate of them. They know that their citizens know that coffee is hot, so they aren't going to insult them and put a warning label on their cups. They are going to give us this little dig, though. That they are going to do.
Oh no! How could the Canadians turn against one of their own? I guess Canadians are ashamed of the Biebs. It's okay, Canada. We don't blame you for any of his bad behavior. We know that not all Canadians are the same.
Our delivery guys leave notes like, "Wasn't home" or "Couldn't get into the building." In Canada, they leave notes like, "Bear in my way," "Had to leave because there are pancakes at home" and "Couldn't get in because of moose."
The weather outside is frightful, but not for a Canadian. It is so cold that they are just used to it. It's a way of life, I guess. How do you live like this and why oh why do you live like this? Please explain.