- A: I've decided that on the first day it hits 20 degrees, I'm going to do it.
- B: Do what?
- C: Crown.
- B: What?
- A: I'm going to wear a crown. Go out and get one, and then just wear a crown.
- B: Wha ... why?
- A: Why not? It'll look fab as hell, and it's no different from those massive hoop earrings I was wearing, or the gold chain I had my glasses on for a while.
- C: [Nods]
- B: Maybe I'm ... am I transgressing a ... should I drink mo--no. It's not the same.
- A & C: What?
- B: I'm not exactly saying "don't do it." But wearing a crown is not the same as hoop fucking earrings.
The standard Canadian accent isn’t very different from the standard American accent. I know people who live in Newfoundland have much more pronounced accents and I’m sure people who live in French Canada and the more rural areas do as well. Canadians have subtle pronunciation differences on a few words as well as having a few words that Americans don’t use at all. I just want to hear Drake say sorry like a Canadian and drop references to Kraft Dinner in his music.
I just did the traditional cartwheel that Newfoundlanders do when Americans know we exist.
I hate that I do that. But I do it.