I thought Canadians were nice.
@ReadingRainbows, We are. We just like hitting each other with no consequences, well, except the brain damage.
@ReadingRainbows, not when it comes to beer, hockey or moose.
@ReadingRainbows, we are, except for hockey games. There's a nice saying: "If you go to a street fight they might break into a hockey game."
@ReadingRainbows, They are. The cops are breaking up a hug that's gone on too long and they guys aren't happy about that.
@ReadingRainbows, not when it comes to hockey, they will riot in their own town, murder your family and dance on your grave. Some have even been known to kill a moose or two.
@ReadingRainbows, this is completely unrelated but, even though reading rainbows was boring as anything I loved it so much. Thanks for reminding me.
@ReadingRainbows, when it comes to hockey, Canada is a new place, they are SAVAGES
@ReadingRainbows, no country is full of nice people, the hate is just directed differently. In the USA it's towards anyone who's different, and in canada, they take it all out in hockey. The resulting brain damage probably helps calm them down, with the side effect of always seeking confirmation from those around them in the form of always ending sentences in "eh?"
@corey baxter, MEESE YOU MOTHERF*CKER!
@That Cynical Bastard, There is one consequence. You have to sit in a box for 2 minutes
@That Cynical Bastard, and the brain damage, and the brain damage, oh hey, when did all you get here?
*throws punch* I'm sorry! *other guy pushes him back* please forgive me, my friend!
@Tiger Pride, on the ice, we don't apologize. But off the ice... "Oh, I'm sorry, wanna go to Timmy Ho's? I'll buy you a donut!" That's actually how it works...
@ABriefFact, yeah exactly. Trust me, we're not as nice on ice but off the ice, we're best friends with strangers
@ABriefFact, who calls Tim Horton's Timmy Ho's? I have never heard that.
@ABriefFact, where do you live because I have never heard someone call it Timmy Ho's.
@TheWalrusPimp, us canadiens do
@TheWalrusPimp, well....ppl from Surrey do
@TheWalrusPimp, I have heard people call it Timmy Ho's more than I have heard people call it Tim Horton's.
@Nell Gwynne, I've heard Timmy's, Tim's and Tim Horton's, but never Timmy Ho's.
@jubjubjigalow, oh, I guess I wouldn't have heard it because I don't live in Quebec.
@ABriefFact, or a few rounds at the bar
You thought you could out skate the law, ei?
Lol thats how all my games end up; with a fight, then someone getting kicked out. AND WE DONT SAY SORRY FOR IT
@Invalid Chicken, there he is
@Invalid Chicken, man of the hour
@RiotScarman25, You could've at least been more creative
"Officer, I'll just go ahead and put those cuffs on and jump in the backseat. I'm ready to go when you are, eh?"
More like you know you aren't in Canada.
Well I'm Canadian and hockey is my life basically so ya
This happens in my town too
@Minnesotan, A fellow Minnesotan?? What city? O.o
You know you're in Canada... If there's a hockey game.
Canadian/Minnesotan nice, except on the ice.
Spread the Word.
I think thats Russia
Well, this is better than the history class I am in :/
The police car found out no one invited him
I should find that offensive that its insulting my Canadian heritage but I can't say it isn't true.
Looks more like Detroit.
No way. It must be America. The stands are empty.
How did the police car get on the rink?
He wont get arrested, they'll just sit down, talk about there differences and apologize.
And when you hear "sorry"
False. Canadians are too peaceful for the police
No there would be riots and I would come because I'm riotscarman24
Canadians and hockey are gay
Don't they have Mounties thou?
@MrFaceKickerMan, RCMP and they have cars
I think they mean Russia...
No comments... How am I supposed to laugh?
@7 up, gtfo 7up
Then there's the never ending car chase where the cop and bad guy are just spinning the tires on ice.
I have this theory Canadians are so nice because they get their anger out in watching and playing hockey...
I wonder what that was all aboot
How did the police car get on the rink...
No that's when you know your playing gta
Canadian Police department? Must be on the border of America
Pretty sure this is in Charlottetown, PEI. Looks like the Civic Centre and that looks like Marcotte.
I love it when there are ambulances and suspensions. Never seen or heard of anyone getting arrested but that would be cool too. I like violent hockey. Also I'm a Canadian so that's just natural
Robin scherbatsky (I actually looked it up) strikes again