'Happy birthday, America. Oh, our birthday? Yea, it was a few days ago. You forgot again. It's fine. - Canada,' reads one tweet.
There are stereotypes about every country - some true and some just for fun. For Canada, the stereotypes mostly revolve around its abundance of Tim Hortons coffeehouses, maple syrup put on everything, unfailingly polite people and a seemingly endless winter.
Many of you may have already known these things about Canada. But check out some hilarious tweets about the country. These touch upon everything from warnot mess with geese, maple syrup is something that Canadians love, coffee is synonymous with Tim Hortons
people are sure too polite to each other, and people are obsessed with coffee Tim Hortons. Moreover, winters do last for a long time in the country and people are caring towards their neighbors.
Here are the 25 hilarious tweets about Canada that will make you laugh. Many of these tweets have hundreds of likes and retweets and these have been enjoyed by netizens. But that's not all. These tweets will also tell you a lot more about the country, its culture and the life people have in Canada.
Holy shit I thought I got a ticket but realized I live in Canada. pic.twitter.com/zPyB9bdO40— Pamaj (@Pamaj) May 3, 2015
"Happy birthday, America. Oh, our birthday? Yea, it was a few days ago. You forgot again. It's fine."— Andrew Barr (@AndrewBarr8) July 4, 2015
my boyfriend trying to be supportive pic.twitter.com/vkIGqO3kXV— cassie cao (@thecassiecao) June 26, 2020
being Canadian on an American election day is sort of like being trapped in your house and forced to look on helplessly as your next-door neighbour decides whether to get an outdoor cat or fill your entire shared yard with bears— Janel Comeau (@VeryBadLlama) November 8, 2022
Quit saying bad things about our wildlife!— Meanwhile in Canada (@MeanwhileinCana) November 3, 2021
Racoons are clever
Squirrels are resourceful
Deer are gentle
Foxes are beautiful
This is how we toughen kids up in Canada. Over -19C? Get outside, punk. pic.twitter.com/P4ndO5Vhyg— Joel Klettke (@JoelKlettke) January 8, 2016
canadians be like “yeah no for sure”— Made In Canada (@MadelnCanada) July 6, 2020
The only problem with Halloween in Canada is trying to fit a snowsuit underneath your costume.— Made In Canada (@MadelnCanada) October 31, 2014
When you don't answer your mom's phone calls for a day: https://t.co/qmN9wPD1hZ— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) October 10, 2017
welcome to canada, a place where maple scented pens are a thing pic.twitter.com/xuT3XRtnmx— Sarah Aspler (@saspler) June 4, 2017
Canada Day! Let's party... but not too late guys, America's right next door & they were working all day & have to get up in the morning. Thx— Diana McCallum (@WordsOfDiana) July 1, 2013
You know you're in Canada when...people are drinking maple syrup on the street. pic.twitter.com/gWxt7o6mzA— nobody (@petbugs13) April 16, 2016
You're not a real Canadian until you've slipped on ice while changing the Shania Twain song on your phone.— Sam Montgomery (@sammontgomery) January 24, 2016
Me: hey how are you?— Esafung.eth (@EsaFung) February 28, 2017
Friend: good hbu?
Me: good, how are you?#CanadianProblems
Mary Browns just gave me extra chicken for being polite at the drivethough, so i think by Canadian law I now am King.— BA Johnston (@BAJohnston) July 5, 2020
Celebrate diversity and tolerance this Canada Day by wearing red and white and making fun of anyone who doesn't— sweaty five dollars (@iscoff) July 1, 2013
In honor of Canada Day, sorry— Sage Boggs (@sageboggs) July 1, 2014