The hubnugget wanna-bes in C-EH-N-EH-D-EH!

Ship's Log, Supplemental 07.01.2010

Security Officer Zsuzsy Bee, recording.

Our new Lt.Commander in charge of the 'hubnugget wannabe campaign' Simone (quite the title)
Our new Lt.Commander in charge of the 'hubnugget wannabe campaign' Simone (quite the title)

Welcome to our new Lt.Commander in charge of 'the hubnugget wannabe campaign' Simone ===============>



We love her already, our new Lt.Commander in charge of 'the hubnugget wannabe campaign' Simone's first official act was to convey the best wishes along with a half dozen cases of ice-wine from a grateful-to-have-come-out-of-surgery-alive patient, to us, the 'nugget picker team'. And she even gave us a 4 day/weekend shore leave.





Last week we again had done the impossible, we read and read and we chose another 18 fabulous hubs out of many hundreds, in three categories. It boggles my mind of how multi-faceted this nugget picker job really is on top of everything else we were also 'acting doctors of the week' (to be a doc of the week, you have to be able to say 'neurosurgicalisticicalichista consult' 10 times... fast, without stumbling)...

Anyways to get back to my report, us docs, not only were we able to save many, many lives last week but also the Hubnugget wannabes. And we were still able send them to Hubpages headquarters on Minna street ON TIME for publishing. Which was 'No small feet' let me tell ya', (whose feet are they talking aboot anyway?) haha just kidding 'feat...' is the right word.

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photo www.sxc.hu

Our saga continues with this week's adventures!

We were all happily sitting around in Skipper Shirley's ready room enjoying a tall glass (or two or three +++) of our gifted to us ice-wine debating where we should go for our 4 day-leave. As the nugget picker team consists of 3 Canucks, 2 Yanks and an Aussie Platypus (who is game for anything, as long as it has something to do with partying), well we, thought it would be a great idea to start with the Canada day (July1st) celebrations then continue the partying down south of the border in the US on the 4th of July.


So the plan was to start out in south-western Ontario first with Captn' Shirley's family then with my gang (Zsuzsy Bee's) and as there is a timezone delay we then would flit over to the West coast and finish off Canada-day with RedElf's kitties and kin.

We, the canucks were getting into our tourist guide garb and ready to show off just how beautiful our Canada is by low-fly-overs over some of the most fabulous and famous sights. We then could leisurely head back for our visit with good old Uncle Sam on Sunday the 4th of July at SciPi's in Ohio and B.T. homestead in Michigan.


We were hoping against hope and crossing our fingers and eyes. Hobbling around so we would not have to untangle our crossed toes that our broken-mirror-activated-7-year-bad-luck streak was going to give us a break. We were going to relax and have fun but every little sound, every little crackle, gurgle and whistling noise, that came from the area where the accursed piece of outer space furnishing hung made us jumpy.


The only thing we had to do is send in our choices on Friday for this weeks hubnugget wannabes. Which was again a very fine crop of nuggets. I'm sure you will agree.

The rest of the time was going to be our PARTY TIME! Rock on EH!

The how's, the who's , the why's, the what's to be eligible.

To be eligible for HubNugget consideration, you must have joined hubpages within the last 60 days, and have an author score of 75 or above. Your hub must have been published within the last 7 days, and have a hub score of 55 or above. That's it!

Now you may be asking how you can achieve all of that when you're still just a Hub-nuggeteer learning your way around here.

This is how:

  • Build a hub with well written, original content.
  • Next, add a few relevant photos videos.
  • Add a news feed if you like.
  • Move your capsules around to create an attractive layout, and preview your handy work.
  • Check for spelling and grammar booboos.
  • Now all that's left to do is hit that "publish" button, and watch your score rise.
  • Your friends at Hub-Central will do the rest! 

If you want more detailed information, Shirley Anderson (our Team leader extraordinaire) has written a hub on the whole process. You can find it here. or here http://hubpages.com/hub/HubNuggets-How-To

Which one of this week's Holidays & Celebrations nominees is your favorite?

  • 15% Memorial Day: A Time to Remember
  • 27% Circus Party Ideas
  • 44% CELEBRATING ARMY WIVES ON FLAG DAY...
  • 3% How To Plan A Backyard Luau
  • 6% What to Bring to a Dinner Party
  • 5% How to Plan a Stunning Destination Wedding
88 people have voted in this poll.

This poll is now closed to voting.

Which one of this week's Autos nominees is your favorite?

  • 11% A Paint On Truck Bed Liner - My Experience
  • 24% Top 10 Expensive Cars
  • 21% Happy 60th VW Camper Van....
  • 39% How to change a Flat Tire/Tyre
  • 5% Buying A Car – Consider Older Luxury Cars
  • 0% How To Fit A Car Body Kit
38 people have voted in this poll.

This poll is now closed to voting.

Which one of this week's Arts and Design nominees is your favorite?

  • 9% MODERN ART PAINTINGS : A Family Portrait Using A Wood Burner
  • 6% How to Plan and Build Your Own Jewelers Bench
  • 6% Upcycling: Recycling Plastic - Making Jewelry
  • 28% Julie Bull Textile Artist
  • 37% Armenian Miniatures
  • 15% Landscape Photography Made Simple
54 people have voted in this poll.

This poll is now closed to voting.

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photo www.morguefile.com

The unofficial way Canada got it's name!

The original name for Canada, dreamed up by a parliamentary committee in London, was "Cold North Dominion," but that was too long, so they abbreviated it C.N.D. The King's Royal Governor presented the new name to the inhabitants, and they didn't say a word. Just looked at him.

"Well, what do you think?" asked the Royal Governor.

"C., eh?" said the first fellow, and just looked at the Governor.

"N., eh?" says the second guy.

"D., eh?" says a third one. Then silence.

"Hey," says the Governor. "I like that. It's a helluva lot easier to pronounce when you spell it that way."

So that's how Canada got its name.

"Eh?" is a very important part of our vocabulary and we Canadians understand all of the hundreds of different meanings and nuances of "eh", eh?

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photo www.sxc.hu

We Canadians:

~eat chocolate bars, not candy bars.
~drink Pop, not Soda
~love our Poutine (French fries topped with cheese curds and hot gravy)
~carry empty beer cans home from our camping trips so we can recycle them
~understand the phrase "Could you pass me a serviette, I just dropped my poutine on the chesterfield"
~know that a Mickey and 24's mean, "party at the camp, eh!!!"
~know that a pike is a type of fish, not part of a highway
~drive on a highway, not a freeway
~know what a toque is
~design our children's Halloween costume to fit over a snowsuit, just in case of a trick-or-treating time blizzard
~call it a Bun not a "Roll"
~call a WASHROOM a washroom and not a rest room, powder room or lavatory
~fill in the missing 'u's into the words labor, honor, flavor, color etc. in non-Canadian books
~have Canadian Tire money in our kitchen drawers
~have worn shorts and a parka at the same time
~measure distances in how many hours it takes to drive
~have 4 seasons: almost winter, winter, still winter and road construction
~leave cars worth thousands, in the driveway and store our junk in the garage













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photo www.sxc.hu

5 Actual questions asked about Canada at Tourism Websites! Honestly!!!


Q: Will I be able to see Polar Bears in the street?(USA)
A: Depends how much you've been drinking.

Q: I want to walk from Vancouver to Toronto - can I follow the railroad tracks? (Sweden)
A: Sure, it's only Four thousand miles, take lots of water.

Q: Which direction is North in Canada? (USA)
A: Face south and then turn 180 degrees. Contact us when you get here and we'll send the rest of the directions.

Q: Can I bring cutlery into Canada? (UK)
A: Why? Just use your fingers like we do.

Q: I have a question about a famous animal in Canada, but I forget its name. It's a kind of big horse with horns. (USA)
A: It's called a Moose. They are tall and very violent, eating the brains of anyone walking close to them. You can scare them off by spraying yourself with human urine before you go out walking.








Over the outside speaker at the Tim Horton's drive-through it might sound like "gobble-gobble" but we're not talking turkey here... we're ordering our "double-double" coffee with two cream and two sugar.

5 Myths about Canada:

~Canadians live in igloos
~They ride dog sleds everywhere
~Polar bears and moose roam in their backyards
~Canadians are lumberjacks and fur traders
~It snows year round

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photo www.morguefile.com

"What is a Canadian?

A Canadian is someone who wears English tweeds, a Hong Kong shirt and shoes made in Spain, who sips Brazilian coffee sweetened with sugar brought in from the Philippines out of a fine Bavarian cup while nibbling Swiss cheese on Irish soda crackers, after coming home in a German car from an Italian movie...

and then sits down at a Danish desk set over a Persian rug, and writes to a Member of Parliament with a Japanese ballpoint pen on French paper, demanding that he do something about foreigners taking away all our Canadian jobs."
-Anonymous

Imposters... wanna be Canadians


As a Canadian, we have to be extra vigilant. There are a lot of impostors out there. If we suspect  someone is falsely trying to pass themselves off as a Canadian, we make the following statement - and then carefully watch their reaction:

"Last night, I went to buy a mickey of C.C. at the liquor store, but my skidoo got stuck in the muskeg on my way back to the duplex. I was trying to deke out a deer, you see. Damn chinook, melted everything. And then a Mountie snuck up behind me in a ghost car and gave me an impaired. I was S.O.L., sitting there dressed only in my Stanfields and a toque at the time. And the Mountie, he's all chippy and everything, calling me a "shit disturber" and what not. What could I say, except, "Sorry, EH!"

If the person we're talking to nods sympathetically, they're one of us, the real McCoy. If, however, they stare with a blank incomprehension, then they're not real Canadian and should be reported to the authorities at once.

photo www.morgefile.com
photo www.morgefile.com

5Tru facts about Canada!

~Canada is second largest country in the world, with a land mass of approximately 9,984,670 sq km but only has a population of just over 33.5 million.
~It borders 3 oceans (Pacific, Atlantic and Arctic) and the USA and has the longest coastline in the world, about 243,000 kms in length.
~It has 10 provinces and 3 territories and it's capital being Ottawa.
~We rank amongst the seven most prosperous nations in the world, and are consistently ranked as one of the top 10 best countries to live in.
~We are rich not only in the abundance of our resources and the magnificence of our land, but also in the diversity and the character of our people. We have long been known as one of the most tolerant, progressive, innovative, caring and peaceful societies in existence.

I am Canadian!

We made it through July first!

I'm whispering, as I don't want to awaken that cursed mirror. We made it through Canada Day, without it activating and flinging us, into who knows what time and place. Let's hope that we're going to be able to stick around for the 4th of July celebrations too.

This weeks fabulous hubnuggets were delivered on time without a hitch. It's up to you now to read and vote...

Hey everyone!! This week's HubNuggets winners are HERE!!!

Congrats Hubnuggeteers, winners and runners-up for a job well done. We had 180 people vote on this weeks hubnuggets... which is really great. Keep the good stuff coming one and all.

Holidays and Celebrations (88 total votes)
CELEBRATING ARMY WIVES ON FLAG DAY... (39 votes, 44%)
Circus Party Ideas (24 votes, 27%)
Memorial Day: A Time to Remember (13 votes, 15%)

Autos (38 total votes)
How to change a Flat Tire/Tyre (15 votes, 39%)
Top 10 Expensive Cars (9 votes, 24%)
Happy 60th VW Camper Van.... (8 votes, 21%)


Arts and Design (54 total votes)
Armenian Miniatures (20 votes, 37%)
Julie Bull Textile Artist (15 votes, 28%)
Landscape Photography Made Simple (8 votes, 15%)

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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Lisa, the hubnuggets competitions are there to encourage new hubbers.

Glad you dropped by.

kindest regards Zsuzsy


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lisadpreston 6 years ago from Columbus, Ohio

I'm not sure what the hubnuggets competition and voting is all about. I get too rapped up in reading peoples hubs and haven't explored the politics of hubpages.

You are really funny. Clever wit. I always thought the best humor(I mean humour) is when a person can make fun of themselves rather than joke at anothers expense. Your description of Canada and Canadians really had me laughing. You might well have been describing some Americans too! I loved it. Lisa


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Support Med., thanks for reading and for voting.

hope you're well

regards Zsuzsy


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Support Med. 6 years ago from Michigan

WOW!! lots of info in this hub. I would rather be a medical doctor than learn how to say that word ten times, LOL!! Voted-up/rated.


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Springboard, the Canada jokes are cute, eh?

Thanks for reading and voting.

regards Zsuzsy


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Springboard 6 years ago from Wisconsin

Great hubs in here. But the, ummm, Canada joke? Classic. :) lol


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

RedElf, glad you had a great holiday weekend away, eh!

I had the family and some friends (22 of them) camping (you know the roughing kind of camping---RV's,eh) in the yard for our yearly Canada fest. One of the friends brought a HUGE box of fireworks. Not wanting to be a party pooper, I went along with it eh, but I sure was worried that those noisy things were gonna scare the living wits out of my poor chickens and ducks. I assigned them each a pair of earplugs (just kidding,eh) and they were fine. The fireworks show went off without a hitch, everyone enjoyed it. Oh and by-the-way I'm the egg-race champion, second year in a row... the training year round is paying off.

thanks for reading and for voting

regards Zsuzsy


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

daisyf1305, thanks for reading and hopefully you voted too. You're right though there are some really amazing hubbers here on Hubpages. Keep on hubbing.

kindest regards Zsuzsy


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RedElf 6 years ago from Canada

Another great hub, Miss Bee! Congratulations to all the nominees! Gotta finish unpacking my toques and snowshoes, and grab a double-double before I sift through my vacation photos of mountain moose. I was in Jasper for the Canada Day long weekend, and got some great snaps, eh - ice-fishing on the glacier, dog-team racing in our nation's capital, down-hill snowshoe races - hot time in the old town!!! Just kidding, eh, but it WAS a great trip.


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daisyf1305 6 years ago from miami beach

This is truly exciting and unique I love to vote for great hubs I am always reading everyone 's hubs some are great some are truthful they tell stories inform and I have enjoyed my three years here but these past few months I am a hubber everyday!!!


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

twhite94, you never know, one of us hubpickers might stumble across one of your hubs and nominate it.

Thank you for reading and for voting.

kindest regards Zsuzsy


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

davidseeger, Hahahahaha come on. That was just a joke.

kindest regards Zsuzsy


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

davidseeger, It's quite a shame about you not liking us the canucks having July first... tell you what you change your November 'Thanks giving' to October and then we'll talk about changing our historic dates to please you... okay? hahaha


twhite94 6 years ago

I am brand new to HubPages as well, and just found this. I casted my vote. Maybe one day I can get on here!


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davidseeger 6 years ago from Bethany, OK

Come on. That was just a joke.


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davidseeger 6 years ago from Bethany, OK

I resent Canada setting their day on the 1st of July. Why don't use use May 1 instead. You could be one up on Mexico as well, instead of just targeting the USA.


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Awesome DjBryle thank you.

regards Zsuzsy


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DjBryle 6 years ago from Somewhere in the LINES of your MIND, and HOPEFULLY at the RIPPLES of your HEART. =)

Great choices! I have voted my most favorite =)


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Always glad when you pop in for a visit Kaie. Thanks for reading and for voting.

regards Zsuzsy


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Kaie Arwen 6 years ago

These were fun! Thanks- Kaie


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Rickturban, you're very welcome for the nomination. Don't forget to promote your hub to family and friends. They can all vote even if they're not hubpages members.

regards Zsuzsy


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

MyInfo411, you're very welcome. Keep writing good stuff and we here at hubpages will read it. Remember to promote your hub to your family and friends because even if they're not hubpages members they can still vote.

regards Zsuzsy


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Rickturban 6 years ago from Kandahar Pass

Thanks for the nomination, the Turban is pleased beyond words :)


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MyInfo411 6 years ago

Thank you so much for the Arts and Design nomination! I'm honored ideed. To see my more "normal" art, here's the address--http://fineartamerica.com/art/all/amy+kopp/all .

I am loving writing on Hubpages! And found the site only by accident. I never thought I'd be so happy to make a few cents here and there, and to be so excited to watch how many visitors have read each article.

I'm afraid, though, that with all the learning I've been doing on backlinking, bookmarking, adsense checking, analytics analysing, and keywork researching, I haven't yet begun to do much Hubber-socializing. :( Everything within its timing, I guess. :0)

Thank you again for the nomination and I hope to get acquainted with you all....


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Thank you Michelle. Hope you're well.

kindest regards Zsuzsy


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Thank you for reading and voting LadyJane.

regards Zsuzsy


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ripplemaker 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

Voted, voted, voted zsu! :)

Best of luck to all the Hubnugget Nominees!


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ladyjane1 6 years ago from Texas

Nice choices I voted. Cheers.


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Pcunix, Thank you


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Pcunix 6 years ago from SE MA

Yes, I did vote. Took me a while to notice the voting polls though :-)


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

I made 12 dozen butter tarts this year (well actually 146) for our yearly July 1st get-together 22 people (4 families) were here for three days. I packed up 4 dozen for each of the families to take home that leaves me with 8 pieces left over... I would guess they liked them again this year. I only made two kinds--- 8 doz regular with walnut and the rest cranberries and walnuts (my fave). On that note I'm gonna go and have one with a tall glass of iced tea--- then I'm by the pool to cool off because it's stinkin' hot now.

Have a great aft Patty. Oh and thanks for reading and voting.

zs


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Patty Inglish, MS 6 years ago from North America

I'm getting out that butter tart recipe you gave us before - it's quite good. Read, voted and rated.


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Hiya Maita, how are you? Thanks for voting and for the good wishes.

regards Zsuzsy


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

A big care package on it's way to you B.T. ... as they say 'it's in the mail...'

and as a surprise I'll even include a dozen of the yummy butter tarts that were left over from my July first Canada day party.

thanks for voting

regards Zsuzsy


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prettydarkhorse 6 years ago from US

Voted, awesome, I like the share about Canada too, and you vote sugar from the Philippines hehe, and how CND got its name, HAPPY CANADA DAY! (belated) Maita


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B.T. Evilpants 6 years ago from Hell, MI

Voted!

Hey, Zsuzsy! Send me some poutine, would ya? It seems that Canada has closed its borders to jackalopes. One little butter tart induced, 4 province crime spree and they label you a trouble maker. You Canadians sure are sensitive about stuff like that. Sheesh!


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Pcunix, thanks for taking a look and for commenting. Did you remember to vote?

regards Zsuzsy


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Pcunix 6 years ago from SE MA

My great grandparents on my mother's side came down to Massachusetts and apparently decided that was far enough away. As far as I know, none of us ever went back, but I do remember my mother serving Poutine, so some of it stuck.


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Hiya Pamela, thanks for reading and voting.

hope you're well

have a great 4th of July

regards Zsuzsy


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Pamela99 6 years ago from United States

Great article and my votes are in.


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Pinkylee, thanks for reading and voting.

regards Zsuzsy


pinkylee 6 years ago

Awesome choices this time around as usual ... got my votes in


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

TheManWithNoPants, considering your wardrobe issues you will be fine for a summer visit. I would stop at the men's wear store though if you're planning a winter visit... haha

glad you stopped by.

regards Zsuzsy


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Merlin, all true, so true. Canada is the best place in the world to live no matter what. You need to come for a visit.

thanks for taking a look and for voting.

regards Zsuzsy


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TheManWithNoPants 6 years ago from Tucson, Az.

I've been to England, several places in Europe, and Mexico, yet I've never visited our great northern neighnor. Reading your hubs have made me determided to do so. Thank you for this excellent work.


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Merlin Fraser 6 years ago from Cotswold Hills

Hi Zsuzsy...

All I know about Canada is information from distant relatives who moved there and they tell me that in Canada you have drive-up ATM machines with Braille lettering.

There are handicap parking places in front of the local skating rink.

The trunk of your car doubles as a deep freeze.

The shops sell hot dogs in packages of twelve and buns in packages of eight.

You can order a double cheese burgers, large fries, and a diet coke.

You consider -40 as a little chilly and you know which leaves make good toilet paper.

Can this be true ?

Still it can’t be all bad, none of them want to come back !

Great Hub... keep them coming.


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Hi Dawn, when you join hubpages your hubs are automatically included in the hubnugget wannabes. Thanks for taking a look. Did you remember to vote?

regards Zsuzsy


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dawnM 6 years ago from THOUSAND OAKS

gosh, wish I would have known about this when I joined, sounds like fun!!!!


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Shoot I had a UTube section of Doug and Bob Mckenzie and I forgot to add it to the hub. I'll try to remember to put it into another capsule tomorrow.

Thanks for the reminder.

regards Zsuzsy


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SomewayOuttaHere 6 years ago from TheGreatGigInTheSky

That was good! Ahhhhh....to be Canadian...listened to Doug and Bob McKenzie on the radio today!...such great Canadian humor.


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Oh, oh just a wooden ruler? ouch that must have taken a day or two or three...

Thanks for dropping in and for commenting.

regards Zsuzsy


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timorous 6 years ago from Me to You

Lololol and ROTFL. You nailed it Zsuzsy. People must think we're nuts...hooray! Much of the information you presented is of course true.

I'd hate to be the guy who was given the job of measuring the coastline..all 243,000 kms of it, with only a wooden ruler and pair of mukluks and a parka. Nice scenery though..if you like icebergs.

Thanks Zsuzsy...you made my day even funnier :)


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Zsuzsy Bee 6 years ago from Ontario/Canada Author

Hahahaha, sorry to disappoint Audrey. But you can still come and move here though...

always glad when you have a mo to drop in.

hope you're well regards Zsuzsy


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akirchner 6 years ago from Central Oregon

You mean Canadians DON'T ride dogsleds everywhere? And here I was gonna up and move! Dang....another master plan foiled!

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