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Desc:More 'Fun' from everybody's 'favorite' fictitious Canadian family!
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Humor
Tags:canada, family, cartoon, comic strip
Submitted:Hailey2006
Date:06/18/09
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Comment count is 23
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-06-18
Torch is the most interesting character I've ever seen in this comic.
Billy the Poet - 2009-06-18
Torch brought the lady a helmet. He's a gentleman. Anthony is a self-centered closet case.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-06-18
Rod and Todd Flanders would fucking love this show.
kingofthenothing - 2009-06-18
Hey, it's better than Rex Morgan, M.D. and Prince Valiant.
Nikon - 2009-06-18
Eh, that's not saying much.

garcet71283 - 2010-05-15
Prince Valiant is a pimp, you take that back.

zatojones - 2009-06-18
torch is the toughest guy in canada
chumbucket - 2009-06-18
they say "out" the normal and non-canadian way
CharlesSmith - 2009-06-18
The American perception of the Canadian accent is actually imaginary. Some guy just started saying Canadians say "oot" and "aboot" and since none of you have ever seen a Canadian, everyone took this at face value. It's actually kind of absurd that the belief is as persistent as it is (although it's only encountered in America).

EvilHomer - 2009-06-18
Yeah, sure. And next you'll be telling us your capital isn't Vancouver, and you don't live in igloos.

Syd Midnight - 2009-06-18
Maybe you can't hear it if you're used to it but it's totally there, it's just really subtle in some regions. If you watch Canadian parliament for a while you'll eventually hear some dude who sounds like a South Park character. Also notice at 2:11 she pronounces "out" as "ouoot".

chumbucket - 2009-06-19
Dude, I live 20 miles from "der bordeur" and yeah they ALL talk like that up dere...maybe it's that Quebec-ish skew that the rest of Canada has NOTHING in common with

cognitivedissonance - 2009-06-20
What's truly bizarre is people in Blaine, Washington, five minutes across the border, say it "out", and then you cross the border, hit Vancouver, and they say "oot". I cannot understand how that works.

Camonk - 2010-06-07
Accents have as much to do with identity as region, and Canadians want to differentiate themselves from Americans.

God alone knows why.

Tobster - 2009-06-18
their fridge even has a pitcher with a bag of milk in it.

that's pretty good attention to detail.
Triggerbaby - 2009-06-18
Don't you mean, 'favourite' fictitious Canadian family?
BHWW - 2009-06-18
It's against the law in Canada to NOT read FBoFW. If you don't read at least once a week, the RCMP will haul you off never to be heard from again.

joyofdiscord - 2009-06-18
A dozen cutesy sound effects to every line of dialogue. Lynn should face a tribunal for crimes against humanity.
Syd Midnight - 2009-06-18
This is too bad to not 5 star. It's impressive how aggressively banal it is.
feathersfall - 2009-06-18
At about the two minute mark, I was almost expecting for the story to take a sinister "when a father loves his little girl too much" turn...but alas.

Besides who would want to molest little animated Valerie Bertenelli wannabe..?
memedumpster - 2009-06-19
Are Canadian families really like this? If so, I might have to run for Mexico if there's a draft, I'd hate to live in these peoples' attic for two years.
Urburos - 2009-12-22
Canadians and their square wheels.
Camonk - 2010-06-07
This is my hell.
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