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Old 10-15-2004, 05:12 PM   #1
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beavers, moose, hockey, and poutines!

Let's talk about Canada, eh? Anything and everything related to the True North Strong and Free goes!

To get things rolling... How much Canadian Tire money do YOU have?
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Me personally? Probably about 5 bucks.

My stepdad just bought a snowblower entirely with Crappy Trash money just this week.
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Old 10-15-2004, 05:51 PM   #3
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My stepdad just bought a snowblower entirely with Crappy Trash money just this week.
We could probably buy something big like that as well. Over the past four years, we've collected over $400 worth of the stuff. I am so tempted to waltz in there and make them count each and every last cent!
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My stepdad just bought a snowblower entirely with Crappy Trash money just this week.
because it's never too soon to worry about snow in eastern Canada.

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Re: beavers, moose, hockey, and poutines!

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How much Canadian Tire money do YOU have?

This American doesn''t even know what that means....

In fairness, I HAVE seen those beer commericials cracking on us Americans...
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I'll take beavers for $500, Gibsongirl...
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I'm so confused...
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I can't wait for the snow to fall
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Re: Re: beavers, moose, hockey, and poutines!

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This American doesn''t even know what that means....

In fairness, I HAVE seen those beer commericials cracking on us Americans...
Okay, Canadian Tire is basically a big store with EVERYTHING in it. You can buy hardware, hockey sticks (always important in Canada), bathroom appliances, kitchen appliances, etc. And Depending on how much you purchase, you get rewarded with Canadian Tire money (usually only a couple of cents worth at a time). It looks sort of like Monopoly money...has the same value too. If you save for long enough, you can buy something worthwile.
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I'll take beavers for $500, Gibsongirl...
I've actually only seen beavers twice in all my life, and the bloody things swam away before I got to look at them properly.

Now moose, on the other hand... They wander into my back yard all the time.
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Okay, Canadian Tire is basically a big store with EVERYTHING in it. You can buy hardware, hockey sticks (always important in Canada), bathroom appliances, kitchen appliances, etc. And Depending on how much you purchase, you get rewarded with Canadian Tire money (usually only a couple of cents worth at a time). It looks sort of like Monopoly money...has the same value too. If you save for long enough, you can buy something worthwile.

Thank you...I was so confused....
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Speaking of snow, I can't wait either! It'll be nice to get on the ski slopes again.
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Things I always enjoy on my trips north







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