Be careful if you order a Caesar from an American bartender; you might wind up with a salad. A Bloody Mary is the closest equivalent for our friends south of the border, but it’s just not the same.
Americans like to go sledding in the winter, but Canadians will always prefer tobogganing.
The Tim Hortons’ Timbit has become utterly ingrained in Canadian culture. In the U.S.? Not so much. For our American friends: it’s a doughnut hole!
Canadian slang for a cigarette, as in, “I’m heading out behind the dumpster to go have a dart.”
In the U.S., cars get dinged. In Canada, it’s our wallets, as in, “I got dinged 90 bucks for that speeding ticket.”
Hang a Larry or Roger
Where an American in a car’s passenger seat would tell the driver to take a left, a Canadian would say to hang a Larry (or a Roger for a right turn).
A case of 24 beers. Cans or bottles: your choice!