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This road rage incident caught on camera in Toronto, is the most Canadian thing these eyes have ever seen:
Two metrosxuals, one of which is wearing pink shorts, yelling at each other while their grandfather yells, “Both of you grow up. Come on boys – move it,” from a bridge. This is how law and order works in Canada.
I can’t stop laughing at this video. It can’t be real. But it is. At first I thought it was a trailer for the Canadian version of The Terminator. But it’s an actual fender bender that happened in real life. I mean, how awesome was this psych move right here:
Come on man, how are you gonna flinch when he does that? Obviously you’re not gonna be punched by a guy wearing pink shorts, boat shoes, and a long sleeve button down with no shirt underneath. Because no one has ever been punched by someone matching that description in the history of the world.
And this is what cops are like in Canada? I was more threatened when my third grade teacher said she was gonna keep me in for recess. “Get back in the car. Grow up!!” Is that you Mom? Plus one for the pink short guy for pointing up to the cop and saying, “See, he’s telling you to get back in your car.”
I used that move all the time back in the day on my little bro. It places the blame squarely on your adversary, even though both parties are clearly getting a stern Canadian talking to.
And obviously the best part at the end came from this legendary quote from the cop after the two poopsmoochers went back to their cars:
“Everybody’s a winner. No worries.”
In socialist Canada, game wins you. Has there ever been a more Canadian phrase uttered than that? When’s the last time a team from Canada won the Stanley Cup? Oh yea, 1993. Everybody’s a winner should be the official slogan for Canada because their hockey teams, which play the only sport that matters in Canada, fail them on an annual basis.