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    Default Yes..........Canadians ARE invading!

    Don't get to comfortable around your Thanksgiving tables........Your boarders are never safe! muuhahahahahahahahaha Our troops have been sent forth!

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    Go Ahead: This is a dare, not permission. Don't Do It!


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    We're baaaack! Who'd like some poutine for lunch?


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    Prefer Timbits for my lunch.
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    If you wish to stop an invasion by Canadians just figure out their line of march and park a few beer trucks along it. Then back off. Come back in a couple of hours with FELs and you can scoop up the passed out Canucks. Invasion thwarted!!!

    Now, if you want to invade Canada you prepare a B-52 strike but you don't use explosives. Instead you drop coolers full of beer on little parachutes on or near their defense installations. In a short period of time you can walk in and take over.

    To prevent any sort of insurgency, just declare beer to be a "human right" (like medical care or housing) and resistance will immediately cease.

    Who says war is cruelty?!?!?!?!

    G.
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    Quote Originally Posted by draftdriver View Post
    We're baaaack! Who'd like some poutine for lunch?
    Oh! Oh!! Me! ME! Big-time yummers!
    <jumping up and down waving hand wildly>



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    Quote Originally Posted by Guilherme View Post
    If you wish to stop an invasion by Canadians just figure out their line of march and park a few beer trucks along it. Then back off. Come back in a couple of hours with FELs and you can scoop up the passed out Canucks. Invasion thwarted!!!.
    That only works for male Canadians. We females are much less tempted by beer. I won't tell you what we're tempted by -- that's classified information.


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    Part of the first wave, using reverse psychology on us and stuff to get us confused so that we're easier to conquer!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sekLEG8xsOs
    The ninja monkeys are plotting my demise as we speak....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Guilherme View Post
    If you wish to stop an invasion by Canadians just figure out their line of march and park a few beer trucks along it. Then back off. Come back in a couple of hours with FELs and you can scoop up the passed out Canucks. Invasion thwarted!!!

    G.
    Just make sure it's good beer, not that weak as water stuff you 'mericans call beer!! hahahahahahaha
    Go Ahead: This is a dare, not permission. Don't Do It!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Guilherme View Post
    If you wish to stop an invasion by Canadians just figure out their line of march and park a few beer trucks along it. Then back off. Come back in a couple of hours with FELs and you can scoop up the passed out Canucks. Invasion thwarted!!!
    G.
    Ummm its takes more then a couple of hours for us Canadians to pass out, give us a little credit



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    Quote Originally Posted by draftdriver View Post
    That only works for male Canadians. We females are much less tempted by beer. I won't tell you what we're tempted by -- that's classified information.
    I've spent a lot of time in Canada since my first visit in 1954. Based upon my half century+ of regular visitation I'd say a substantial portion of the female population would react as their male fellow citizens would. But, just to be sure, to each truck I might add some nice white wine and maybe a bottle or two of Crown Royal.

    G.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guilherme View Post
    I've spent a lot of time in Canada since my first visit in 1954. Based upon my half century+ of regular visitation I'd say a substantial portion of the female population would react as their male fellow citizens would. But, just to be sure, to each truck I might add some nice white wine and maybe a bottle or two of Crown Royal.

    G.
    I admit it. A few bottles of Big Rock Rye and Ginger Ale would probably do the trick for me.
    I love cooking with wine. Sometimes I even put it in the food.



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    I am currently addicted to Phillips Longboat Chocolate porter. So good... and I'm usually a vodka girl!

    Happy Thanksgiving to all the Americans! I'm envying you the turkey dinner. It's chilly here in Vancouver and going home to turkey and all the trimmings would be wonderful!



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    Maybe a truck of Cadbury's MMMMM....
    The ninja monkeys are plotting my demise as we speak....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Guilherme View Post
    I've spent a lot of time in Canada since my first visit in 1954. Based upon my half century+ of regular visitation I'd say a substantial portion of the female population would react as their male fellow citizens would. But, just to be sure, to each truck I might add some nice white wine and maybe a bottle or two of Crown Royal.

    G.
    You're gonna have to do better than some rotten grape juice and cheap hooch!!! SOME of us appreciate the finer things in life, like a fine single malt scotch!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodawn View Post
    Oh, I vote for the Cadbury's....

    Cadbury's would work.......but I found something a bit cheaper and every bit as good: Co-op Gold chocolate, available in two kinds of dark, milk and one of each poisoned with bloated dog ticks.....er raisins and hazelnuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by propspony View Post
    Definitely a close shave!

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    “There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by the sword. The other is by debt.”
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    Happy Thanksgiving to all of you from another Canuck.

    And I do appreciate a nice cold beer but not the kind they have in the US.



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    Having lived on the North Coast most of my life, I am fond of Canucks. Will never forget my first trip to a furrin country...and seeing the Niagara Falls Flower Clock.



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    Documented: the invasion, in pictures
    http://www.buzzfeed.com/donnad/photo...moose-invasion

    (it's good, take a look).


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    For most Canadians, a truckful of Obamas, or maybe one in the flesh, or Michele, might do the trick.



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