Saturday, May 26, 2012

Okay You Stinkin American Crazies! Time To Stop Smelling The Drugged Up Daisies!

So Pat was in a diner once more down in New York and yes he even managed to use a fork. Still wish they had those up here but I guess I'm SOL with that I fear. Anyway, on to the topic of today. For at your stinkin American bay, I found something out that Blabber, Pat and many other people went on and on and on about. Pat sat down for breakfast and saw bacon there and it said Canadian by it reminding him of his lair, so he figured what the hell and ordered some thinking it would be swell. Feck that! For I smell a rat.

What came was HAM! They slapped it down with a bam and it was stinkin ham and not bacon what so ever. So Canadian Bacon is ham? That is quite the endeavour. What nut case thought this stupid idea up? It seems every Canadian I ask thinks you Americans are drinking straight rum in your cup. Meaning you are out of your mind. Did you just pull such a name from your behind?

You should call bacon, bacon and ham, ham. Do you have another name for jam? Maybe Russian Moose? Or Chinese Goose? Makes no sense what so ever. So why the hell would some nut job think of naming ham Canadian Bacon and think it was clever? Stupid in every way! Ham is ham and bacon is bacon at our bay. There is no difference what so ever in the bacon we have up here and the one down there I fear. So you don't need to take your crummy ham and rename it blaming it on Canadians because it isn't a hit.

Don't believe me? Look it up at your sea. Every Canadian thinks you guys are insane for believing such a thing down at your lane. I hate dairy and find it rather scary, so maybe I'll name it American Milk from now on and the idea would spread from my lawn. The milk is all the same but naming it American Milk gives me someone to blame.

Why stop there though? Let's blame prune juice on Sweden and bananas on Eden. Let's blame headaches on the Irish and raw fish on some bad India wish. Penguin Man gets blamed for pringle cans though. I'm sure he'll like the fame of it from my show. But either way it is so dumb and someone obviously pulled this from their bum. Ham is ham and bacon is bacon and that is it! Anyone who says differently is a nitwit. And that is putting it nicely I will say and so ends the rant of the day. Pat already went through this with that Blabber lass but it also had to be done by my little rhyming ass.

Experience spring, have a fling.

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    1. You like that
      Being first at my mat

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  2. Bacon is bacon ham is ham
    Why take it on the Canadian
    Yeah, milk is now American
    But there is a difference?

    Hank

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    1. Nope not a one
      With their stupid ham fun

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  3. I'm laughing so hard this time
    That I can barely rhyme
    You never used your fork
    At my diner in New York
    Because we're not in on the scam
    Of reinventing ham

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    1. LMAO glad it was fun
      And that must be done
      At each and every one
      No more scam ham to be given a run

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  4. One time I ordered a hamburger in British Columbia. It came with a ton of mayonnaise slathered all over it. EEEK, I said. I didn't order mayonnaise on my hamburger. They said it ALWAYS comes with mayonnaise. I said I hate mayonnaise, get it off. They thought I was crazy! LOL. (Can't imagine why people would think mayonnaise goes with burgers.) From then on I knew I had to order hamburgers WITHOUT mayonnaise! Different customs / different names...c'est la vie.

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    1. LMAO yeah I suppose that is true
      But at least they didn't name it different for you
      Keep the damn name the same
      And then things will be more tame

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  5. I don't eat bacon and ham nowadays except during holidays.

    When you travel and stay in a different country, you realize people think and call things differently. Breakfast for me means cereals and light toast, for others, its rice and spice ~

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    1. haha yeah I realize that a ton
      As I went on a NY run
      I never eat ham
      So that was a bit of a scam
      But oh well
      And yeah cereal and toast are what is now eaten for breakfast at my cell

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  6. Welcome to my feckin' world cat. You should be Irish and in the States during the month of March when the entire USA gets drunk and makes fun of my country. They piss you off about one little thing and you write a blog. I've held my feckin tongue over green beer, shamrocks, Top O'the Morning To ya and phony accents. Everyone claims to have a bit of Irish in them yet no one knows who the hell our President or Prime Minister is and have no feckin idea how bad our economy is. And NOT ONE OF THEM EVER honors our poets on St. Patricks day. You know, small no name guys like W.B. Yeats or Oscar Wilde. Jesus Christ, don't they read books?

    But really I can understand. Our culture is thousands of years old and most of it didn't happen on Prime Time television so I can't really expect them to know any of it. Oh but they know who U2 is, but not one of the feckers can tell me what day Bloody Sunday was on, nor name the names of our dead. I don't think Bono covered those bits.

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    1. ah, Annzie, at least the Americans don't deem your people a genocidal nation like they do with mine, even though most of them don't know where Serbia is, and to make things worst most of them think it's the same as Siberia.

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    2. I think I hit a nerve with you too
      Oh that is fun to do
      But yeah many pretend
      And send you right around the bend
      They have no idea of in their own little la la land
      Thinking all is grand
      Pffft all a bunch of crap
      Canadian bacon can take a dirt nap

      LMAO yeah that is pretty bad indeed
      With them thinking Siberia is the same as your feed
      But then they think mine is by Alaska too
      So I guess many have a loose screw..haha

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    3. wait a minute! You mean Canada is not bordering with Alaska? Then what's on your left side? Zimbabwe? :)))

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    4. NS is not near Alaska like they think
      BC is the one out there near that rink

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    5. ah, I didn't go into separating Canada into regions, I meant the whole country :) I know you yourself is far away from bears and seals....

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    6. You mean Canada is a country? It has boarders and everything like that? Well slap me and call me Fred.

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    7. LOL yeah they thought I was close to the polar bears too
      Too funny that American crew

      Is that an invitation to do so
      Hmmm the cat would have to take you up on such a flow
      Sorry fred
      If I cause you dread

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    8. We thought you were near polar bears too b/c you said "I saw a polar bear once". Who lies about seeing a polar bear???????? Don't blame us for believing you!!!

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    9. LMAO you believed Pat
      Should not do that

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  7. Now ask me why the hell I married an American? I married one because Irishman are just too damn difficult to put up with and sometimes I don't feel like yelling, I just feel like shagging. And American men know how to get the job done with little or no fuss.

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    1. shagging is always better than yelling, even the Pope in Vatican agrees!

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    2. LMAO now that is something the cat can agree with you with as well
      For shagging is just swell
      The yelling is just a pain
      So shag it up and board the ummm shag train

      Even your evil Pope agrees
      I guess I won't send him fleas

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    3. we need to find us Austen Powers' shaguar :)

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    4. LOL well it just popped out
      Who knows what it is all about

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    5. There better not be anything "popping out" over here cat. I thought you'd been snip snipped. Has it grown back? Do they do willie replacements in Canada? Do they use Canadian bacon to make a prosthetic willie? I hope so because ham would be floppy while everyone knows Canadian Bacon is so crisp you can stand it on it's head. It comes on pizza in the States too cat. I'll never order pizza with Canadian bacon and not think about your prosthetic willy again.

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    6. can't breathe...laughing too hard....LOL!

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    7. see...if that's the case, he should have ordered the sausage links, right?

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    8. Anne
      I am sure Pat's day is made, he missed your lashes a lot. )

      Poor guy, he is virtually assaulted, molested and yet he stays strong. So what if you have prosthetic willie, you have iron heart Pat. Hats off to you :)

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    9. what's with all the butt kissing, Cap? lol...

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    10. @Betsy,
      If he is a normal guy, I could kiss him on his cheeks, right from 5 he had been obsessed with his ass so thought that would be more appropriate I guess. Did you read his confession in Jax's post about stripping from age of 5?
      Actually how is he able to handle all this whooping single handedly? Beats me

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    11. LOL I guess willies grow on trees up here
      So a new one can come to my little rhyming rear
      The cat will have to try out a ton
      And give them a run
      To see which works best
      And beats all the rest

      Some butt kissing to me
      That causes glee
      And never fear
      As Irish Air can't offend my little rhyming rear

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    12. Cat is all talk and no action!

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    13. I giving plenty of action
      Putting many in traction

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    14. I agree with Betsy, a sausage would do better. But I'm guessing in your case it would be one of those cocktail sausages. You know like the cocktail weenies. How very appropriate.

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    15. Pfft the cat would get a big one
      And have is non snip snip fun

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    16. you would get a big one? Does that mean your sausage is now small? :)) We might need a photographic illustration...

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    17. Pfft that will never come due
      As it'd be too much to view

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    18. I won't be so sure about that. Yelling WHILE shagging sounds a lot better than just simply yelling or shagging....

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  8. you know...different countries, different customs...i had the worst pretzel in my life when i was in nyc...but fell in love with their cream cheese bagels...smiles

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    1. haha yeah different ways to go about things
      Even with the crummy Canadian bacon in the NY wings

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    2. Wait! What? The worst pretzel??? No way, not off a cart..say it isn't so, those things rock! =)

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    3. Hmm I take it pretzels are a big thing
      Never tried those either at the NY wing

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  9. oh man, no bacon is def different than ham, maybe the grocer store buyer for the restaurant was on the lam, everything is better with bacon, but ham? sorry man, you got scammed

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    1. Glad you agree
      As it is blah to see
      They should call it what it is
      Not any of this ham biz

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  10. I suppose since you already announced that anyone that would disagree is a nimwit, most will keep quiet. ha. But there is a slight difference between Canadian Bacon and ham. Besides, if you're going to eat bacon...eat it. Why do you buy turkey bacon? So disrepectful to the turkey and the pig! hahahaha.

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    1. I bet the Americans have tofu bacon too ;)

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    2. Disagree away
      You know that is always fun at my bay
      Still STUPID in every way
      For there is no difference what so ever I say
      Ham is ham
      One big damn scam
      And turkey tastes better too
      So that is what is eaten at my zoo

      LOL wouldn't doubt it one bit
      With their bacon fit

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    3. LOL haven't tried that
      So unknown to pat

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    4. oh, please, what's with the eew :) I eat tofu every week, it's lovely. I usually make breaded smoked tofu, and we also have the paprika or dill flavoured ones, which I sometimes cut into little fingers and wrap them with French pastry together with some cheese and get lovely savoury treats after I bake them :)

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    5. Never know might be good
      Pat will try almost anything once now and as well he should

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    6. sorry, no...tofu will not be eaten by me!
      And I love all kinds of food and am not picky.
      But I prefer meat
      it's such a yummy treat!
      lol.

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    7. Yeah I go for the chicken every time
      That is not a crime

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    8. I ate tofu yesterday :) It had a sweet sauce and seasame seeds on it! So yum!!!

      and they do have tofu bacon. I buy it from Trader Joes!

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    9. they also have a tofurkey, I hear :)

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    10. Yesss, they do!! It's not that great though. Although the chicken-less chicken nuggets don't taste all that bad... :)

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    11. Eew again. Sorry, haha. At least you'd never have to share. See...I'd rather have fresh strawberries. That sounds much better. lol....

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    12. LOL chicken less chicken nuggets are umm ewww
      That is one thing I would never chew

      Strawberries you say
      hahaha scary to her bay

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  11. here in Europe some people even call bacon a hamburger, probably thinking it comes from Hamburg :) It's a crazy world, I swear it is...
    And me will never quite understand how do I get blamed for your nasty hobby of collecting pringle cans with surprises in them. You did it even before I was born, cat....

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    1. how did you get blamed for that Dez? haha

      Foods are different even within our own country. Names for foods are different just one state away! For instance, a meat sandwich can be a Submarine, Hero, Hoaggie, Grinder...just depends on what part of the country you are in! Pizza is different, too, depending on where you are.

      So, Dez...what's your very favorite food? You're vegetarian, right?

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    2. I've no idea, I swear that cat is like hundred years old and has been playing with the poo for a whole century, while me is fresh as a young spring daisy ....me is, I swear me is.

      Yep, I'm vegetarian. My fave dish is one of the national dishes in my Vojvodina - pasta with potatoes :) You have it here:
      http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=2938508455822&set=a.1072726052428.12485.1054459483&type=3&theater

      I also love my pea burgers:
      http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1739843849956&set=a.1459493801380.63640.1054459483&type=3&theater

      and my fave cake is Bombanana, my own invention as usually:
      http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1801468510534&set=a.1459493801380.63640.1054459483&type=3&theater

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    3. that pasta and potatoes looks really yummy! I love paprika, too! ok..so the side dish to my american eyes looks like sweet midget pickles. Is that right? :)

      the pea burgers actually look scrumptious! We would call those pea fritters.

      the chocolate and banana cake looks so good! Now what is on the top under the chocolate? Are they almonds?

      wow Dez...I didn't realize you were such a gourmand! :)

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    4. and that pasta is extremely easy to make, but tastes heavenly :) That's my own comfort food :) Yes, those are pickles :)

      I memorized the "fritters" word now and will use it in the future :) In my album there you have spinach fritters too :)

      That's my best selling cake :) People always order that one, and it's chocolate flips on top.

      I do cake baking and catering for money, Petsy :) you know....

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    5. no, I didn't know! Wow...you know, I do that, too!

      chocolate flips? Candy? Solid chocolate like a truffle?

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    6. it's like corn flips, but not the savoury ones, but the ones covered in chocolate. I believe that you call them cocoa puffs... but these are a bit different. I have them covered both with white and dark chocolate and often cover my cakes with them totally :) And sometimes they are even filled with raisins or hazelnuts...

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    7. Do you two wish to have your own room
      To drool and compare recipes of doom?
      Maybe a new twin set can arise
      Or something else in disguise
      Isn't payback grand
      Comes always at my land

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    8. oh, I see! I've never heard of 'flips' before. Well, that cake is beautiful! I love buttermilk in a chocolate cake!

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    9. our own room?
      how about a kitchen to share?
      we'd whip up some fabulous fare!

      haha

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    10. @Cat
      pfft, you ebil feline, you're jealous you always burn your kitchen when you enter it not having Petsy's and mine divine cooking talent....

      @Petsy
      and that was one of the uglier editions of that cake, I usually make it prettier for the customers :)
      I always use buttermilk or sour cream in my batters, since I usually don't use eggs.

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    11. @Cat
      recipes of doom? That reminds me that I need to make something dairy for your dinner, cat :P

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    12. Pfft then the cat will come use your loo
      And the smell will surely be really ewww

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    13. I'll spray the loo top with chilly pepper, it will be a divine sensation on your bum...

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    14. I can hover really well though
      As out comes my dairy flow

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    15. I was enjoying all this talk of food and then this feline offender comes in and ruins it with his poo and his hovering arse. And really cat, dairy flow. That's disgusting even for you.

      @Dez that cake looks fantastic. Raisin and hazelnuts and made with buttermilk please.

      #Petsy I'd like some pork fritters if you've got the time.

      Cat do they have pork in Canada? I heard you guys only ate wild goats.

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    16. I think they eat mooseburgers.

      I've never made a pork fritter, but I'd certainly try! Yum! And we can have Dez's cake for dessert!

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    17. I didn't know that Dez is into cooking and baking ~ looks yummy too ~

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    18. Annzie, that was my thought exactly, here we have Petsy and me finally bringing a decent and refined conversation to his litter box and he comes talking about liquid poo. I rest my case on his ebilness.... And glad you liked the cake :) Petsy, you, me and Grace will enjoy the cake and make the cat suffer by making nom nom and slurp slurp noises :)

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    19. Hey, I agree...he should have just served us coffee and left us alone!

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    20. it's probably better that he didn't serve us coffee, who knows what his idea of a coffee is....

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    21. Dez,
      I would like to hit snooze on you, you had already spoiled Pringles and now coffee too? I see Cat,Pat everywhere.

      On other hand, maybe I dont want to, I can go on diet reading this

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    22. haha well it is my bay
      So I have to have my say
      And whatever comes of it
      Will surely cause a fit
      As pringle cans abound
      And all over they are found

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    23. Do they milk cats in Canada to make cream?

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    24. Not that I am aware
      But could be done at some lair

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    25. Dezz,

      I just looked at the FB recipes - loved them! I have two questions. First one is about the pasta dish; is the only thing making the pasta red the paprika? AND how often do you update your FB page with entree's?

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    26. More recipe stuff
      Geez the cat is going to have to get rough

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    27. @Elsie
      there's a whole album there with my food :) called DEZZ IN THE KITCHEN, just look at the photo section and you will find it. The recipes are usually in the first comment under each pics (mostly).
      Yes, paprika is the only thing making the pasta red. Maybe our paprika is different, we are one of the biggest producers of it in the world :)

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  12. I think it's a conspiracy against Americans. You Canadians invented Canadian bacon, hated it, and then dumped it on American soil after telling us how wonderful it is. Then you had the nerve to deny it as a country. Hmph... Just give in to your bacon and be proud!!!

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    1. yep...I think you're on to something there, Jax! :) We wouldn't name it Canadian Bacon...if it was something really yummy and we invented it, we would have called it American! It had to come from Canada with a name like that!

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    2. French kiss is called as English kiss in France, heard so. Not relevant?

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    3. Pfft don't blame your dumb naming things on us
      No Canadians know of your ham short bus
      So it was done by you
      And your american crew

      Pfft you can deny all you want
      But it was created at your haunt

      Ummm relevant maybe not
      But fun a whole lot

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  13. Hahaha. I've always thought that about "canadian bacon" and am not a fan. I don't like ham. :)

    P.S. I don't recommend ordering bacon in Ireland either. It is more like ham.

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    1. Geez ham all around
      I guess many like it to be found

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  14. In Canada, milk comes in bags...or so I've heard. Never knew that bacon was ham and ham was bacon in Canada either. You guys have everything mixed up :P

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    1. Pffft you mixed it up down below
      We are right at our show

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  15. hahahaha…I've always said to people, that I just don't get this Canadian bacon thing, just looks like ham to me..well I guess I was right lol guess I never had CB then, but that ham stuff is only good in sandwiches or spiraled with that sweet, sweet honey taste….It's funny though, nobody over here, me obviously included, seems to actually know the difference, it's always been delivered as is, and no questions asked…and you'd think with all the Canadian traffic from Ft. Erie, Toronto, NF and St. Catharines, someone would have said something by now, guess that just proves they chose or knew better not to dine in NY.

    It is funny though, because if you blindfold 10 people around here and make them take a drink of two beers, they'd be able to pick the Canadian one out without a second to spare, but when it comes to ham, we are truly blindfolded to this CB scam.

    Fun and informative

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    1. I know the difference! Canadian bacon is cut from the back of the pig. Ham is cut from the hips! :)

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    2. LOL blinded in every way
      Down at your American bay
      I think you need to make up a big sign
      Telling all not to dine
      As CB is not bacon what so ever
      And they think they are clever

      Pffft riiiight!
      I'll believe that when pigs take flight

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    3. I'm being serious now. I always did wonder why it was called Canadian Bacon when it's ham. The first time I got it was on a pizza and I was expecting some kind of crispy maple bacon and was surprised when it was ham. I even went to the grocers to find it and there it was Canadian Bacon. It came in a very small package and was really expensive and I knew this stuff wasn't being imported from Canada and said WTF?

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    4. Yeah I think they must use the name
      To make it sound less tame
      So they can charge way more for it
      That is the only thing I can make of their stupid ham fit

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    5. why don't you believe me? I even checked on google before commenting to make sure I had my facts right!

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    6. It's a load of crap
      Written on google by some sap

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  16. Oh my, had a good laugh at some of the comments above. Sorry to hear that the Canadian Bacon was not bacon. Like you, I prefer bacon - ham is a bit err... lame.

    Over here, food differs according to state although they have the same name. To make things easier, they now add the name of the state behind the original name of the food, so people know what they're digging into.

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    1. Well at least that makes it easier to view
      Some should make that come due
      I prefer bacon as well
      As ham just is not swell

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  17. Ha, they do that a lot, not the first time I hear about things like this.

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    1. Yeah they do it a lot
      But such names can rot

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  18. Hahaha, smell of ham brought out the inner beast in cat. I cant stop laughing at your rant cat, love this.
    I smell something fishy about India there, has anything to do with Sushi? :)

    "Do you two wish to have your own room
    To drool and compare recipes of doom? "
    So, Cat and Pat would drool over Pringle cans?

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    1. Pringle cans no longer makes Pat drool
      As he stopped eating so many like a fool
      And you can have your fish
      LMAO a rant is what came of such a dish

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  19. Canadian bacon canadian syrup... Hmmm

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  20. I call bacon and ham pig meat

    It all is basically the same treat

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    1. Not if it is turkey bacon
      That you are makin

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    2. Bubble bobble was good
      Try it you should

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  21. I'd of sent it back...bacon should be bacon

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    1. Yeah that is should
      In every single hood

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  22. Another name for jam? Yeah--jelly.

    I don't think the differences in names makes much sense, either. Standardization, come on . . .

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    1. Yeah they need to be more of the same
      So people don't order something lame

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  23. I'm still confused about the fork...am I just tired? What did I miss? Why don't you have forks?

    You should have stuck with home fries - they are yummy!

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    1. I just used the fork to rhyme
      So I didn't have to stab a mime

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  24. I hate Canadian bacon. And yeah, I don't get why it's just not called American crap. They should flush it all down those gold toilets at Trump's lair!

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    1. LOL I agree
      That would be a sight to see

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  25. They do veggie bacon now, well its soya, which is just this mushroom grown in these huge vats and then they colour it, and pump it full of flavourings. In other words, it is probably more unhealthy than a McDonalds burger. Everything is down to marketing. The one thing i always found interesting in America is they don't say 'sugar' they say 'sweet and low' or name a brand of sugar. They always refer to the brand, never to the product.That is the power of advertising. Did you read the latest news about meat that companies stick bits of meat together with dried blood so it looks like a complete piece of meat when in reality its a composite from different animals.

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    1. Blah never read that one
      That is nasty by a ton
      But doesn't surprise me one bit
      That they would do it
      Never know what we eat
      Nothing is truly ever a treat

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  26. That's terrible. Ham is not bacon...

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  27. thankfully I don't live in Canada and don't have to be confused by such things

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    1. Yeah confusing
      As those americans start abusing

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  28. Great rhymes Pat, there's a definite difference between both places for sure.

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    1. Yep differences are had
      Which was found out by the Pat lad

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