Tuesday, April 29, 2008

I am not American! :)

Hello friends!

For all my Canadian readers...

I realize that the vast majority of those reading my blog are from the USA, so my sincere apologies, but this is a silly pet peeve of mine, and this video hit the nail on the head and made me LAUGH very hard! Hahahaha!!!! Toooo funny.



Here's another one. I know it's an ad for beer...but you wouldn't know it until the end, and it too, made me laugh.



Have fun!
Sheila

5 comments:

Tiffany said...

Ok, I'm officially offended!! j/k!!

Those are absolutely hilarious!! (Though I'm having problems seeing the first one for some reason. . .)

I do have to argue that you Canadians do say "aboot" not "about" by any means! :P

Sydney Smith said...

I'm not Canadian, but I thought those where way to funny!

I have some Canadian friends and one told me that when they came to the states for a vist they got asked if they lived in igloos(strange word to try and spell). Thanks for sharing! Hope your doing well.

~Sydney~

Sara said...

Okay, I usually don't comment on blogs and I know it's a silly video, and I say all this with a smiley :), but this is what it made me think: I was born in 'America', lived in Canada a bit, and now I'm a citizen of the UK! I suppose I have the blessing that most North Americans don't have- -of being exposed to the outside world, living in different countries as a young person.

I like this quote:

Our country is the world, our countrymen all mankind. We love the land of our nativity as we love all other lands.
-Willima Lloyd Garrison

Sheila said...

Sara: I completely agree with you. I am also a dual citizen, and wasn't even born in Canada. (I'm Swiss), and I've been around the world a bit. I simply posted these videos from the humour point of view. I don't believe in stereotypes, and these videos certainly use them, but it's lots of fun to joke with.

Thank you for the comment!

God bless,
Sheila

Maria said...

The first one was really hilarious... and don't ask why I waited so long to watch them. ;)