Canada–United States relations

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==Americans' view of Canada==
 
==Americans' view of Canada==
Have you ever seen [[Game of Thrones]]? The USA views Canada as the place beyond the Wall, full of Zombies, [[Penguins]], Ice, & who gives a fuck. Many Americans want a wall built to make sure zombies, er Canadians don't come in. Also, many Americans think Canadian mate like the Lannisters, full of brother-sister loving.
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Have you ever seen ''[[Game of Thrones]]''? The USA views Canada as the place beyond the Wall, full of Zombies, [[Penguins]], Ice, & who gives a fuck. Many Americans want a wall built to make sure zombies, er Canadians don't come in. Also, many Americans think Canadian mate like the Lannisters, full of brother-sister loving.
   
 
==Camerican Couples==
 
==Camerican Couples==

Latest revision as of 02:19, March 14, 2013

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American's view of Canada.

Canada–United States relations or Camerica is an (intimate) relationship between America (USA) and Canada. The relationship was formed after America's divorce from Great Britain, when the tabloids reported that it was homosexual.

While the marriage between America and Britain was at a near-end, America had a secret love affair with Canada, and Britain had a secret gay love affair with some other accent-speaking country (probably the French). During the WW2, America and Canada joined forces and the relationship became official. However, after the burdening divorce from Britain, America didn't want to remarry ever again, only date. America was so in love with Canada, and vice versa that they re-owned their relationship as being "happily unmarried to the same country forever."

Gene Simmons later stole this catch phrase while referring to his un-marriage to Shannon Tweed. The name "Camerica" was originated from the previous president on prime minister action.

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A Canadian trying to seduce an American, with a roofi ladden "cigarette".

edit Conflicts and Creations

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Like most couples, America and Canada often got into minor arguments about stupid things; like America's over excessive use of y'all and Canada's over-used Eh? The heated arguments usually led to a pillow fight, a bitch slap fight and a heated country orgy, which would usually last 6 hours. While many countries in early times lusted after the sexy America, it was Canada that was getting laid by the lucky soul mate.

Other faggy countries eventually got over the thoughts of committing adultery with one of the two-countries, knowing they could never come between Camerica and often turned to their own trade partners to fill their needs.

edit Permanent Un-marriage Life

Today, many American citizens cross the border to have sex with Canadians. Canadians often bring Molsen Canadian beer, (the greatest beer of all time) over to America on Independence Day to celebrate with their American friends. Americans share their USA hotdogs with Canadians. July 2nd and July 3rd are both known as Camerica Dependance Day. As both countries are separate countries (not married) they still depend on each other to a certain extent.

edit Americans' view of Canada

Have you ever seen Game of Thrones? The USA views Canada as the place beyond the Wall, full of Zombies, Penguins, Ice, & who gives a fuck. Many Americans want a wall built to make sure zombies, er Canadians don't come in. Also, many Americans think Canadian mate like the Lannisters, full of brother-sister loving.

edit Camerican Couples

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It was rumored that there was a secret romance between George and Stephen. They also have a reported son, Stephen, Jr.


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