Nothing better than a good bowl of poutine
@Nicer Canadian, except when the gravy isn't hot enough
@Nicer Canadian, delicious they are so good but I'm sure some health nut will say how unhealthy they are for you and how you shouldn't eat it blah blah blah
@torrsash556, Ha! Health is no concern for the undead
@Nicer Canadian, except when you live in the states by the border and they attempt to commit heresy here by copying poutine but cheaping out and using shredded mozz, provolone, and other non-curd cheese cheeses. Or worse, they use cheap turkey or chicken gravy.
Long story short: don't order poutine in New York, even if you live literally two miles from Canada.
@makaylamisty, haha ewww
@Nicer Canadian, Bowl? What candian eats poutine from a bowl? Sorry for offending you...
@Bar of broken heroes, well, it can be eaten in many ways in fact! A bowl, a plate, mainly any form of container works! And no worries!
More Canada pictures??? That's it, I'm done, I'm not poutine up with this any longer!
@DividedAlliance, what about us?
@Nicer Canadian, I can't tell if that's an informal abbreviation of U.S. or the actual word "us" lol
@DividedAlliance, haha we Canadians
@Nicer Canadian, oh nothing against y'all (I may be moving north here very soon), I just couldn't pass up on that play on words.
@DividedAlliance, I see. If you do happen to, try some poutine if you haven't yet!
@Nicer Canadian, I never have, I've only visited once but it was for a funeral so we didn't go out and do much. I'm assuming it's not hard to find?
@DividedAlliance, no it's basically everywhere. Even McDonald's has some but it's mediocre at best
@DividedAlliance, Don't be a hoser, eh?
@Nicer Canadian, I'll try to find some mom and pop restaurant, they usually know how to do things right.
@UmActually, I wish I knew what that phrase meant lol
@DividedAlliance, yeah, or at almost any hockey rink, it's usually heavenly there.
@DividedAlliance, hoser is an older term, back when hockey was played outdoors just on a pond or some frozen ground, whoever the loser of the game was had to hose down the ice for the next game instead of a zamboni nowadays, so they became a hoser
@Nicer Canadian, oh wow, that's pretty neat. Next time I wanna call someone a loser I'll just use hoser and confuse them lol Thanks for the history lesson.
@DividedAlliance, no problem :) the more you know 🌠
@Nicer Canadian, I love the history of words, especially phrases that are specific to a certain area
@DividedAlliance, Same here. That's why learning French was so much fun for me
@Nicer Canadian, YES! The language has so much culture and history built right into their words. I took 2 years of it back when I was in college, but my professor went to another school and they had to drop upper level classes from the course catalog. It was a bummer.
@DividedAlliance, aww that sucks. Yeah, it was crazy to see how similar French is to English and Spanish too, even while still being hard to understand
@Nicer Canadian, I'm from texas, so I had tested out of Spanish while I was still in high school, and that aided my understanding of French immensely!
@DividedAlliance, yeah, I know very little of Spanish but what I've seen and compared to English and French shows a lot of similarities
@Nicer Canadian, they say that most words with the -tion suffix are nearly the same in Spanish in French, with only slight changes in spelling and accent. That right there blew me away.
@Nicer Canadian, or the French word for 40, quarante (sp?), is where we get the English word "quarantine", because sailors in France had to stay on their boats for 40 days after arriving at Port to make sure they didn't spread diseases like the plague.
@DividedAlliance, that and words you wouldn't think had the meaning they had too but happen to sound similar or polar opposites are crazy
@Nicer Canadian, cognates and false cognates! Those suckers are either super helpful or very confusing
@DividedAlliance, yeah, I would almost always get lost in those
@DividedAlliance, make sure the poutine you get had cheese curds and not just shredded cheese.. that's not true poutine lol
@UmActually, sounds like @DividedAlliance needs to go fer a rip
@Cmnder Shepard, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH Fvck yeah, bud!
@UmActually, I have a confession..... I'm not from Canada.... I am from Minnesota though, so close enough
Poutine: Poutine is a Canadian dish, originating in the province of Quebec, made with French fries and cheese curds topped with a light brown gravy. -Wikipedia
@the one who creeps, recipe to make french fries gross -me
@the one who creeps, it is delicious
@the one who creeps, you're my hero for the day, thank you
@the one who creeps, fun fact: that's a dish on the "secret menu" for A&W
@Dr Who Fandom, Wow, eh, it's actually pretty good, eh.
@the one who creeps, they are unbelievably good
Wanting a tattoo, no matter the size, means you're damaged.
"Pop the p🐈 poutine"
Poutine is good, but ANAL is better
How about no because it looks delicious but I'm lactose intolerant