Thursday, February 28, 2008

Canadian Lesson # 46

So, I heard from our pal Stefan, Canadian and Kraft Dinner enthusiast, and he was happy to hear that Americans also love to indulge in this tasty treat. He sent the official pic of a Canadian Kraft Dinner box. He also pointed out the Canadian French / English bilingual labeling - Diner - Kraft - Dinner. Also to note, he referred to the Barenaked Ladies as the kings of "Dork Rock", (not "Kings of the Nerds" as I previously mentioned) a name they apparently gave themselves on late night Canadian television. I don't know if any of you have had the pleasure of watching late night Canadian television, but there are a certainly a plethora of barenaked ladies.  I will leave you with this last nugget of wisdom from Stefan:

You know you're Canadian when your know the meaning of the phrase,

"Please pass me a serviette, I have spilled poutine on the chesterfield."

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