A Canadian dash cam video consists of a Quebecois man saying "tabanark de criss le traffic que simonaque"

@Elizafox A New Brunswick dash cam video consists nothing but a Chrysler Intrepid with mismatched body panels tailgating a 2019 Ram 2500 Crew Cab Laramie

@Elizafox btw we don't know how to merge, signal, or pass

we can't drive, really

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@calvin @Elizafox nobody in michigan knows how to merge either, and apparently sometime between the end of the winter and the beginning of the next winter we forget how to drive in snow

@balrogboogie @calvin @Elizafox British drivers also mostly struggle with the concept of merging but at least they're more polite about letting people out of side roads than Germans

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"cèilidh" (pronounced "kay-lee") is a Scottish Gaelic word meaning "visit." It is used to describe large gatherings where communities would come together to eat, drink, and be merry.

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