gbsteve (gbsteve) wrote,

Does this make sense to any Canadians?

Today's Scarygoround is heavy on Canadian references.

I understand, or at least I've tried poutine. I don't think I'll ever understand it. How did anyone ever think that curds and gravy was a good mix? It's the same logic that makes the deep fried Mars bar the national dish of Scotland. No one has been silly strong enough to try it before so even if it's not good, it does show bravado.

Perhaps if you've been brought up on the stuff you appreciate it. A bit like cheese toasties with marmite.

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