22nd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Truque with 45 notes

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7th July 2014

Photo reblogged from beatnikdaddio with 179 notes

30th June 2014

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Check out Ziggy and all the comics on Yahoo.

Check out Ziggy and all the comics on Yahoo.

Source: Yahoo!

30th June 2014

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Check out Garfield and all the comics on Yahoo.

Check out Garfield and all the comics on Yahoo.

Source: Yahoo!

30th June 2014

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10th June 2014

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Check out Tom Toles and all the comics on Yahoo.

Check out Tom Toles and all the comics on Yahoo.

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31st May 2014

Post reblogged from What's Different in Canada with 189 notes

Robertson Screws

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The Robertson Screw, aka the “square bit,” is only used in the US when we really don’t want people to disassemble the item in public - because nobody has a square screwdriver in the states. Yup, we only have slotted (-) and Phillips head (+) bits. Not even really sure what the advantage is of a square-shaped bit, but they are everywhere in Canada.

philips head suck, stinkin strip too easy, wish had square instead, but designed to break over here, companies are damn crooks

31st May 2014

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Jeremy Clarkson getting old?

Aww :B

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31st May 2014

Post reblogged from What's Different in Canada with 343 notes

Milk Comes in Bags

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In some parts of Canada, milk comes in bags. Yup, bags. Sure, you can still get milk in cartons and glass bottles, but a lot of times you get it in a bag. Most Canadians have “milk bag pitchers” that hold the bag, and you clip the corner with a pair of scissors, or a fridge magnet with a razor on it.  

With help from bonitasue

31st May 2014

Post reblogged from What's Different in Canada with 738 notes

Poutine

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Poutine is a dish made of fries, cheese curds and gravy. Extra points if the cheese curds are squeaky on your teeth. There is some intense debate about where exactly in Quebec it originated, but it is now available just about everywhere in Canada. The only thing that makes poutine better, of course, is adding bacon.

Guest illustrator: Marie Poliak