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(Sun News Network)   Woman pulls her son out of school after he's bullied for being Canadian... or she realized he would have to miss the Stanley Cup finals because the series isn't a national holiday here in the States   (sunnewsnetwork.ca) divider line 68
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2013-06-14 03:01:30 PM  

Walker: Principal sounds like a dick.

/most are


We need a dick to fight a dick.

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2013-06-14 03:02:09 PM  
That kid is as American as Jack Bauer.
 
2013-06-14 03:03:03 PM  

namegoeshere: Nana's Vibrator: Don't Lag Me Bro: Americans shouldn't joke about Canadians liking the Stanley Cup. The excesses of the Superbowl and March madness make Canadian Stanley Cup obsession seem like a small town festival.

Tough comparison.  On the one hand, I'm an American currently elbow deep in Stanley Cup hysteria.  On the other hand, Super Bowl Sunday has as much to do with people watching football (90% of the viewership is for the commercials and halftime show) as watching pornographic films has to do with following a plot.

Do the Canucks have a Puppy Cup and Half Time Kitteh Ice Show? No?

Thought not.


I change my analogy.  Superbowl Sunday has as much to do with football as being Canadian has to do with reading comprehension.
 
2013-06-14 03:06:39 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: That kid is as American as Jack Bauer.


That kid killed 268 people in 8 days? And teachers still made fun of him?  Sounds like they signed their own death warrants.
 
2013-06-14 03:20:21 PM  

Shoop008: namegoeshere: "You're wearing Canadian colors."

Really? This is bullying to the extent that you need to pull your child from school? I wonder how fast the little snowflake would dissolve into a quivering mass were he actually bullied?

Congrats, Mom. You are raising an emotionally stunted child who will be unable to handle the slightest bit of negativity as an adult. Way to go. Maybe someone will give him a trophy for breathing and being Canadian and stuff.

I hate bullies and bullying. I also hate overreacting jackwagons who thing that anything that isn't super nice and friendly and supportive is bullying.

No...it was far worse than "You're wearing Canadian colors." One teacher called him "polite" to his face and a  student told him that hockey "sucks".


*gasp* Oh, okay. Now I get it. Them's fightin' words. Quick, everyone line up on the border. With snowballs. It. Is. On.
 
2013-06-14 03:31:46 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: namegoeshere: Nana's Vibrator: Don't Lag Me Bro: Americans shouldn't joke about Canadians liking the Stanley Cup. The excesses of the Superbowl and March madness make Canadian Stanley Cup obsession seem like a small town festival.

Tough comparison.  On the one hand, I'm an American currently elbow deep in Stanley Cup hysteria.  On the other hand, Super Bowl Sunday has as much to do with people watching football (90% of the viewership is for the commercials and halftime show) as watching pornographic films has to do with following a plot.

Do the Canucks have a Puppy Cup and Half Time Kitteh Ice Show? No?

Thought not.

I change my analogy.  Superbowl Sunday has as much to do with football as being Canadian has to do with reading comprehension.


Were you trying to insult me with that one? If so, I am rubber and you are glue...

Really I just want to see cute furry housepets frolicking on the ice. And hamsters. Got to have ice hamsters.
 
Ant
2013-06-14 03:48:22 PM  

Sybarite: This is aboot respect!


I think it sounds more like "aboat"
 
2013-06-14 04:13:29 PM  
What a bullied Canadian might look like:

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2013-06-14 04:17:12 PM  

WordsnCollision: What a bullied Canadian might look like:



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2013-06-14 04:19:36 PM  
oldfarthenry: namegoeshere: "You're wearing Canadian colors."

Congrats, Mom. You are raising an emotionally stunted child who will be unable to handle the slightest bit of negativity as an adult.

Sadly, this has happened before:
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Sorry, eh.

Oh yeah. I blame your whole dang country for that mess.


Why blame us? You're the idiots that made him famous.
 
2013-06-14 04:34:31 PM  

LawPD: oldfarthenry: namegoeshere: "You're wearing Canadian colors."

Congrats, Mom. You are raising an emotionally stunted child who will be unable to handle the slightest bit of negativity as an adult.

Sadly, this has happened before:
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Sorry, eh.

Oh yeah. I blame your whole dang country for that mess.

Why blame us? You're the idiots that made him famous.


Disneytopia is an independent foreign territory within the continental US, inhabited mostly by preteen girls. It's language consists mainly of a series of high pitched squeals interspersed with whines and textspeak. Few outside of Disneytopia can understand its bizarre language and culture. The rest of us mostly ignore it, and refuse to drive it to the mall until it cleans its room and does the dishes that we asked it to do three hours ago.

Common misconception, I know.
 
2013-06-14 04:41:26 PM  

WordsnCollision: What a bullied Canadian might look like:

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That pic makes me miss my Gramma. She was a teeny tiny quiet Canadian lady, the stereotype of Canadian politeness. She never missed a Leafs game. No matter what else was happening, even when they sucked, if a Leafs game was on, Gramma was in front of the set. And she loved us very much but could we pretty please be very quiet for that time. Even when she was lost in Alzheimer's and didn't remember the difference between a radio and a toaster, she remembered the Leafs. It's like she came back for a couple of hours, just for the game.

*sniff* Love the Leafs!
 
2013-06-14 04:45:49 PM  

namegoeshere: Disneytopia is an independent foreign territory within the continental US, inhabited mostly by preteen girls. It's language consists mainly of a series of high pitched squeals interspersed with whines and textspeak. Few outside of Disneytopia can understand its bizarre language and culture. The rest of us mostly ignore it, and refuse to drive it to the mall until it cleans its room and does the dishes that we asked it to do three hours ago.

Common misconception, I know.


K. Cool. Now explain Celine Dion. LOL.
 
2013-06-14 04:57:43 PM  

LawPD: namegoeshere: Disneytopia is an independent foreign territory within the continental US, inhabited mostly by preteen girls. It's language consists mainly of a series of high pitched squeals interspersed with whines and textspeak. Few outside of Disneytopia can understand its bizarre language and culture. The rest of us mostly ignore it, and refuse to drive it to the mall until it cleans its room and does the dishes that we asked it to do three hours ago.

Common misconception, I know.

K. Cool. Now explain Celine Dion. LOL.


I can't. Because what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Thank God.
 
2013-06-14 05:36:52 PM  

trappedspirit: Some adults were making fun of a kid for being Canadian?  I'll just skip past the 'why' and ask how exactly do you do that?  How is it possible to make fun of anyone for where they are from?  I would imagine it would be using a lot of statements that needed to be followed with a "That wasn't a compliment".




Lederhosen!

A kid that lived near me was forced to wear them.
 
2013-06-14 06:16:22 PM  
Faith Fellowship Christian School

Oh, I don't believe this for a second. That sounds like a school that would be very tolerant of those who are different from them.
 
2013-06-14 07:13:58 PM  
"Thank you sir. That's very Christian of you to say that. BTW, have you seen my fish with legs button?"
 
2013-06-14 09:45:23 PM  
How is it possible to make fun of anyone for where they are from?

Beats me.

Sincerely,
Poland
 
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