I figured since Tulo will now be residing in Canada I might be able to give him a few tips on Canada to smooth out his transition into the Great White North. I do things like this because I care 🙂
The Urban dictionary defines Canook as:
However, they pawned him off to the US years ago and now Canada just don’t want him back.
Here’s a helpful tip if your’re at the Stadium and a Canadian offers you a taste of their wiener.
Do Not Be OFFENDED.
They’re just offering you a bite of their hot dog.
Knit caps or beanies will now be known as a “Toques”
Forget that you ever called these sneakers.
From now on they will be known as runners.
One mile is approximately .6 kilometers.
Americans call these stickers or decals. In Canada decal is pronounced “Deckel”.
Canadians have a dollar coin called the loonie.
You can also alter their 5 dollar bill.
And give it a groovy Star Trek theme.
Canada has a Prime Minister not a President.
Canadians have a highway not freeway.
Canadians spell it laboUr, honoUr, coloUr (with a “u”)
Canadians are in Grade 12 not in the 12th Grade
When Canadians go overseas they insist that they are not American when people hear their accent.
Everything is labelled in French and English.
The two best candy bars are:
And Mr. Big
“Boxing Day is traditionally the day following Christmas Day, when servants and tradesmen would receive gifts from their superiors or employers, known as a “Christmas box”. Today, Boxing Day is better known as a bank or public holiday that occurs on 26 December, or the first or second weekday after Christmas Day, depending on national or regional laws.
I can’t help you with everything Tulo but remember this, Canadians are nice people. Make yourself available to them. Realize the game of baseball is bigger than you and your ego. Interact with your fans because their memories last a lifetime and like it or not you are an Ambassador for Baseball every time you step out of your home.