- Apr 20, 2011
I used to live in England but in 2009 I moved to Ontario, Canada. Right now it's sunny (though usually this time of year it's very snowy)
I second that, especially since pretty much the only other countries in North America are Canada and Mexico.DoomyMcDoom said:I hope I'm not the only person in this thread that feels rather insulted that you put almost all options on a continental/regional scale, EVEN north america, but put the United States as a unique option where ANYONE else can't choose their country of origin... you should have just listed north america, because the way it is right now infers that the united states is the only country on earth, that's special enough to merit mention in your poll as a unique entity.
I'm from Canada.
Hallo there! If my Grade 10 history serves me well, we Canadians used to own Fort Vancouver! We just built another Vancouver after the 49th divided. Is that correct? No ill will here!GrimTuesday said:I'm from Washington state in America. Yes, We get lots of rain (I think its raining now actually) and there are a lot of hipsters. the city I live in is the original Vancouver, so screw you you name stealing Canadians! I'd rather say I was from the proud country of Cascadia, but unfortunately, seceding is frowned upon in the US.
You mean people actually live on that rock? And here I thought it was just used for tiger storage...Crayzor said:No one ever seems to have heard of where I'm from, although I suspect that's because at least half the people I spend time with aren't from the UK. Anyway, I'm from the Isle of Wight, but currently living in Colchester for uni.