36 Reasons to Avoid Canada

Canada: a gigantic, freezing cold country that sits to the north of America, made famous by South Park.

It may look like a scene from a Christmas card, but we’re here to tell you it’s not! Read on for 36 reasons to avoid the Maple Leaf Country:

They can’t decide on just one language to speak

Come on guys, make up your mind! Is it English or French? We suspect they’re just showing off with their bilingualism.

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Rob Crandall / Shutterstock.com

You could easily drown there

Ok, we might be exaggerating, but it is a fact that Canada has more lakes than any other country — over 3 million of them, in fact. And, as if to prove our point further, much of the film Titanic was filmed there and we all know what happened to Jack in the end, don’t we?

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attilio pregnolato / Shutterstock.com

They are way too nice

Apparently, if you take a swing at a Canadian, their most sincere response is, “Oops, sorry, was my face in the way of your fist?”

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