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That’s the most French-Canadian looking deer I’ve ever seen.
It's an Estonian deer. It just went to some house, started hanging out in the yard and befriended the family dog.
Yeah, its an Estonian one - can confirm.
Context: The sign you can see on the microphone is the logo of one of the most popular TV channels in Estonia - TV3.
EDIT: Honestly, thank you for the gold, kind human being!
But how did he get to Canada?!
Estonia is in Canada, duuuuuh!
halifax is on earth, which is in canada
Halifax was devastated. 6000 wounded, 2000 dead. Including Vince Coleman, dispatcher.
Halifax is a sex knight.
That happens when you have weak border patrol.
Build a wall and make Estonia pay for it!
Why does the dog have a big 3 on it?
Better'n a bunch of degens from Laval
Ya make references I like n'that's what I appreciates about ya.
Oh is that what you appreci....actually no I see it
That ever... ever happen to you guys... you ever have a gal suggest that you need... some attentions paid... to your butts holes?
That's why they call ya Squirrelly Dan
“And where exactly is up country Quebec?”
Degens from Laval got nothin' on degens from ol' Peg, you can let that one marinate
You wanna punch that deer, don’t you?
That's what you have to do when you're new to Canada. Find the biggest, meanest-looking deer and punch it in the face. It's the best way to earn some respect.
No way man, GSP has his back
Looks like Steve French
Sir, are you aware you're a deer?
You're a towel.
You must choose between saving your friends and getting high!
Getting high and staying low to not get problems
Actually he's enjoying a meal
[stares in deer]
If I were a towel, why would I be wearing this fake mustache?
"oh for sure"
He even has a little handlebar mustache
You mean a horseshoe mustache? Doesn't look like a handlebar at all haha. A handlebar mustache is the kind that goes straight out and curls upward at the tips.
THANK YOU, am a barber and the amount of times I've heard a handlebar mustache called a horseshoe annoys me to no end. you are one of the few people I have seen that know the difference
As a cop, I now know that every firefighter I work with has been getting it wrong for years. I have too, but you better believe I have my shit together on donuts.
Is this deer from LetterKenny?
This is a little off topic, but since you mentioned LetterKenny...
I was traveling in Canada last year, and while at a hostel in Quebec, there were some university students who were visiting over break. I started talking to them because one of them was talking in a hammed-up rural Canadian accent dropping LetterKenny quotes and saying shit like "Goin oot for a rip, are'ya bud?" That's about my only real cultural touchstone to anything uniquely Canadian, so that's what we started talking about.
Anyway, turns out that the guy was from somewhere between Edmonton and Calgary. That night, Chicago was playing Calgary so I asked if he was a Flames or an Oilers fan. In the same thick, slightly-overdrawn rural accent, he answered:
I wouldn't call myself an Oilers fan as much, but I'll tell you what, I don't give a fuck aboot that team down in Calgary.
From Red Deer I bet. Fucking traitor he should be a Flames fan!
And here in Alberta we don't pronounce it "aboot"... we pronounce it "aboat". Get your shit together America, figure it oat. And what's with biscuits and gravy anyways?
Visited southern states, tried biscuits and gravy, here is my report
Southern biscuits: 11/10, better than a good scone, like taberfuckinac good.
Gravy: 2/10, what was wrong with normal gravy that you started making it out of sausage? why is the texture wrong?
Overall: get the delicious biscuits, just slap some butter on them instead.
It's white peppered gravey with sausage in it, not gravey made from sausage, just called "sausage gravey".
Fuckin' figure it oot
Fuckin’ figure it oot!
Idno about anyone else but it took me about 3 read throughs to figure out the accent was Canadian not Jamaican.
I keep reading it with Steven Averys accent. Manitowoc accent
Same accent as Manitoba basically
Do we have an accent? I obviously can't hear since I'm from Winnipeg.
Yeah, I don't know. Stereotypical Canadian accent is more East coaster than anything else. Just, not full on newfie English. Then no one would understand it.
I am now ready comments in said accent, eh. Oh, sorry.
i was going with Ricky from TPB... TREVOR, CORY! SMOKES! NOW!
After watching it...All I say now is "ya know"
I think it would have set the tone for Canadian if they lead with "hey bud".
I rely on "hey bud" so much when I don't remember a person's name 😦
Oh you know bud, not a lot hapnin' out here, eh.
Or "Sorry, eh"
Or if they spelled it “oot.”
I got my buddy from Wisconsin to read it, which is pretty close.
as a Canadian.
This deer instantly became a 60 year old newfie fisherman in my head.
Canadian here, sounds to me like Newfie accent, eh.
I read it as a Southern redneck, for some reason.
I think it's just inconsistently done tbh. The first sentence aligns moreso with a French-Canadian ESL accent where "TH" sounds would be more of a hard "T" or "D" like they did with "Tru de snow" but then it turns into a Northern-Ontario (I think?) accent at "Buncha hosers don't bother me none"
There are actually a number of different Canadian accents. I can't 100% pin down which this is supposed to be but it seems like maybe a very thick French-Canadian accent.
I've never heard a French Canadian use the words "buddy" or "hoser," though. I think this is a take on the rural Ontario accent.
This has rural east coast written all over it. My ex is from Cape Breton and I swear I could hear her brothers voices ringing out as I read this.
Nuttin gwarn round here bwoaaay. Mi run tru di snow, dem shoot de raarsclart guns mi always get away. Batty boys in orange no scare mi brudda
Idno about anyone else but it took me about 3 read throughs to figure out the accent was Canadian not Jamaican
The cold & snowy atmosphere didn't immediately rule out Jamaica? Or maybe I just got it right away because I'm in "Basically Canada", aka Minnesota! :)
Go back to Canada, Minnesota..
Because it's done incorrectly.
Trust me, I'm a Canadian. I'm very fluent.
Actually I was thinking more Minnesotan type accent kinda like from the movie Fargo.
Horrible attempt at hoser speak... maybe something like this instead:
O ya there ain't much goin on around here eh?!
I was runnin through the snow with my bac bacon and the hoser hunters were trying to shoot at me eh?!
<whispers> Don't tell my brother but I always get away eh? </whispers> <gigglesnorts/>
Those hosers in the orange peacock suits just need to a have brewski and chill eh?!
Need to maybe replace running through the snow with "oot fer a rip"
I would have swore that was filmed in western Canada. Between that and Letterkenny I am beginning to see that rural Canada is the same everywhere.
One of the most canadian things I've ever seen.
Btw, I can't even imagine what having healthcare would mean to a bunch of musicians.
This is a worse attempt at Canada speak imo
Yeah really. Disgraceful use of eh, and it's peameal bacon lol
Ah, yes. HSML
My favorite XML based markup Lang
I heard more of a fargo accent.
Hosers is classic Canadian, eh.
Really? I was using a yooper accent. It seems to fit.
I thought it was some kind of Aussie accent…
Hoser gave it away
"This movie was shot in 3B - three beers - and it looks good, eh?"
Y’all are way wrong. This is El Chapos personal deer. It just escaped to Canada...
I read this in a Minnesotan accident. Is that right?
I went Wisconsin.
Our accents are close, but Canadian's are a bit more thick.
Minnesota is right. My friend I went to school with up there actually wrote this caption a while back.
I'm not jumping on the repost hate train, but I get a kick every time I see this come back up.
Probably similar. It really works as the sort of central Canadian typical accent as well... which is probably similar.
This will probably get downvoted, but.... I've lived in western Canada my whole life, I have relatives in Ontario and Quebec, and I grew up with Newfoundlanders and Maritimers. I've never once... not one time... heard someone ever use the word "hoser". Where did this come from anyways? A TV show or something? I can definitely say that no one up here uses that word. The only time I've ever heard that word was when my ex's relatives in Texas made fun of me for being Canadian and for an entire year I thought it was Texan slang because I've never heard the word before.
It originally was a slang term for loser. Before the Zamboni the losing hockey team was then tasked with resurfacing the ice, by hosing it down.
OH man, that's awesome... I kind of wish we had that now in hockey.
The McKenzie brothers, on sketch comedy show SCTV. Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas, both Canadian actors, presenting a hypothetical "Canadian talk show".
I'm from Ontario and I use "hoser" on the regular including such variables as "hosebag".
I read this in the Fargo accent.
is that the lost McKenzie brother, Dave?!?!
Rule 1 don't touch my Percocets
Rule 2 do you have any Percocet.
If you don't read this in a Canadian accent, you're doing it wrong.
"Oh yah ther bud, noot much goin on'round here, the way she goes tho eh. Jut oot fer a rip tru de snow der, dey shootin der guns but I dun giv'a fuck boot that. Buncha hosers ther eh!?"
Lol I instinctively read that with a Canadian accent!
"This fucking guy coming out here shooting at me and the lads. Like chill out bud. For real though".
I read this in Bob’s voice from That 70’s Show
man i needed a laugh today, thank you.
Now take off, eh!
I need a translation
I love this picture.
Then we atack theyre cars!
Why does he have a handlebar mustache?
It is like half deer, half donkey-alpaca
That's actually what it looks like in Canada today
Old memes are old...
But honestly this one is still funny
Read this in Steven Avery's voice, haha