Fvck yeah! Canada!🇨🇦. Ps: sorry for swearing
@wiseheadlesschicken, as a Minnesotan when it comes to Winter driving I'm going to stand up here with my Canuck Bois!
@wiseheadlesschicken, also I accept your apology and present you with a hotdish and a grain belt to make you feel better
@wiseheadlesschicken, how's it going fellow Canuck? Where you from?
@Midnite St0rm, from Gatineau, QC living in Ottawa, ON.
@wiseheadlesschicken, oh cool I love Ottawa. I have a friend living there now. I'm from Hamilton, ON, living in Toronto
@WelI Obviously, as another Minnesotan, I am also standing with Canada
This is much more of a regional thing state side as the further south you go the scarier the other drivers are in ice and snow.
@Megahut, I’m from Florida, and I’ve never been afraid of ice on the road. I’ve never driven with ice on the road, but so I’m not actually making any valid points.
@Megahut, Midwest boys rev your engines!
@Drunken Octopus, Minnesotan with a Subie represent!!
@WelI Obviously, Ohio smart cars!
@Megahut, That top one is CT, where it snows frequently.
But as a CT resident who comes from NY, I can assure you that mf from CT can’t drive worth a damn when it’s nice out, either.
@Drunken Octopus, I grew up in Iowa and live in Colorado and I am right with you about driving on ice and snow.
@Megahut, this is totally regional in Canada too! I'm from way up north (NT) and just moved to a big city in Alberta and I am actually embarrassed at the winter driving I've witnessed.
Michigan waves and laughs as we gear our 4x4s
@Droppaduse, Minnesota approves!
@WelI Obviously, so does NH
The problem is that snow and ice are easy to deal with. Idiots aren't.
Someone from Canada explain to me what your timmies are
@Ealm, it’s called Tim Horton’s and it’s basically a cheaper version of Starbucks, or a fast food cafe
@thelolmonkey, or pretty much the Canadian version of Dunkin Donuts
@A Little Stitious, yea that too
@A Little Stitious, Except actually good
Utah is great because on my way to go ski I see all the rental cars stuck on the side of the road because the “snow” rental option was a little more expensive at the airport.
Yea that too