36 Reasons to Avoid Canada

They own Captain Kirk

William Shatner, the most famous Captain of the Starship USS Enterprise, is a Canadian. Surely no one country should be able to claim this sci-fi hero as their own? If they’re so polite, they should share him!

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Helga Esteb / Shutterstock.com

They gave us Justin Bieber  

We have no idea what we did to deserve this but please, for the love of all that is good, can they just take him back? (We’ll keep Michael Buble and Shania Twain though, thanks).

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Debby Wong / Shutterstock.com

Canadians just cannot spell

Colour, labour, behaviour – all spelled the wrong (British) way. See? That’s what happens when you try to show off by having more than one national language – you get confused!

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8 Bizarre Ocean Phenomena

The ocean is storied, deep, and complex. Whether it is the folklore surrounding Atlantis and the Bermuda Triangle, or the weird-looking fauna and flora that arise out of it, the ocean is a great source of fascination. In fact, only five percent of it has been properly explored, leaving plenty of gaps for our imaginations to fill in.

Worst Celebrity Statues from Around the World

We buy their albums, tickets to their movies, and all the products, brands, and questionable colognes that they endorse. Surely that’s enough to quell the hungry egos of some of the world’s biggest celebrities. Well, not exactly. You see, immortalization via cultural significance, world records, and millions of dollars sometimes isn’t enough. Tradition dictates that our celebrity idols need to be re-created in gold, bronze, wax, and stone, so not even the elements can dismantle the memory of their monumental rise to the top.

How to Become a UNESCO World Heritage Site

If you’re an active traveler or live in a uniquely historic part of the world, chances are you’ve been exposed to UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This phrase is thrown around frequently. When we first hear it, the first thing that comes to mind is that it must represent something historic and old. Many UNESCO World Heritage Sites are famous buildings, landmarks, or areas that are renowned because of their beauty and historical significance.