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Desc:'Chinese people need to learn brains and what freedom is!'
Category:Educational
Tags:canada, China, chairman mao, bureaucracy, breaking stereotypes
Submitted:Hugo Gorilla
Date:10/11/11
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Abstract Fainter
breaking stereotypes to non Canadians you mean.

This shit is common. :(
fatatty
I think we can all agree, as much fun as it is to make fun of the loud American asshole stereotype, every country has loud arrogant assholes.

Spoonybard
That sounds like an Albertan accent to me

Xenocide
I learned a brain once. It wasn't that hard considering the previous week I had achieved a colon. Next month I'm going to try to conquer a respiratory system.
hammsangwich
Git'er Dean'er.
memedumpster
Oh man, he brought up Chairman Mao. I am actually embarrassed for Canada.

But hey, at least you guys know who that is, we don't.
Wonko the Sane
Gross jerks who aren't American week?
cool water sandwich
How things work
Sudan no1
He finally had to dig his way back home.
Gwago
Hey, every country has their douchebags. Even us.
baleen
This fuckin goverment as gotta go.
Change
I had a guy from Alberta come down and chill at my school for a month.

It was pretty much this for the last two weeks.

Also "Fucking Bush, how can you stay in a country like this when Bush blah blah blah". I mean in retrospect he was right, but at the time I wanted to punch his teeth.
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