There are similarities. 2 northern countries. Both like hockey, and are being pressured by multi-nationals to reform their copyright laws.I'm a Swede, does that count? At least I'm more Canadian than US-ian, right?
Yeah, I know I have been thinking that Canada is sort of the mix between The US and Sweden. If I ever moved to America, I think I'd way rather live in Canada than The US. (And I guess if I'm gonna marry Tegan I have to move there, mhm.)There are similarities. 2 northern countries. Both like hockey, and are being pressured by multi-nationals to reform their copyright laws.
Take out the Canadian from that language equation and you have the helathy speech we have in Ireland lolI'm a Newfoundlander (more than likely only other Canadians will know where that is), so our speech is a healthy mix of Canadian/English/Irish and gibberish. Seriously.
I'm proud to be a Canadian tho!
Yup, I'm from Limerick which is about two hours from Waterford. Wexford has a bit more of a twang to it, but it really sounds like a Munster (the province Limerick and Waterford are in) kind of accent. I'm seriously getting a great kick out of this lolThat is a typical Newfoundland accent.
wikipedia said "Newfoundland English is a name for several dialects of English found in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, often regarded as the most distinctive dialect of English in Canada. Some specific Newfoundland dialects are similar to the accent heard in the southeast of Ireland (See Wexford and Waterford)"
is that close to you Kean?