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What do you mean?
TheGinge.Com is legendary, it's reputaion is (in)famous
I can't remember a time when I didn't know about The Ginge.
Look I have done my research here. Is it true that The Mountie always gets his woman?
Yes, this is absolutely true. You know how Mountie's trousers have those bulges on the side? That's where they store bottles of Mountie Love Potion. It's a secret recipe, made up of Labatts, moose extract, essence of Hockey Puck, lumberjack sweat , maple syrup and some other key Canadian ingredients. A uniformed Mountie just takes a swig of Mountie Love Potion, and any woman is unable to resist the sight of him. Over dosing on this stuff may lead to bodily harm.
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That's a tough one, there are so many great ones.
It's got to be DCA.
Can you confirm the well known fact that Canadians only drink Labatts Larger.
Absolutely. When you are born in Canada, you receive a standard issue case of Labatts, fed it by the bottle, and throughout school you are taught the fundamentals of chugging beer and accurately flicking Labatt beer caps. As you get older, you move on to learn how to cook with it. The guys even even learn to make an engine that runs off the stuff (bet you didn't know that).
In fact, you cannot become an adult in Canada until you've developed the ability of shot-gunning a Labatts, so there is no spillage (which is considered a beer crime). Not as easy as it appears believe me.
One uninteresting fact about yourself.
I can't Ice Skate. I think I'm the only Canadian who can't, and I was deported from Canada for that very reason.
Biggest mistake you have made since moving to our fair country?
You mean apart from arriving in the first place?
I have made many mistakes since I landed in the great land of yours. I couldn't possibly single one out. So many in fact that I am working on a Survival Guide Website to help otehr Canadians (who move to Britain) avoid unnecessary embarrassment and persecution. Stay tuned on that one.
What do you think would be a fair punishment to Canada after lumbering us with the music of Bryan Adams?
Um yeah, sorry about that one. Although I do think "Summer of 69" is a great tune, and frequently embarrass myself on the dance floor when it comes on (strangely enough, I'm usually the only one dancing to it). Fair punishment for giving the world Bryan Adams? Oh I don't know, I'd like to think we're at least even. After all, Britain did give the world Andrew Lloyd Webber and Cliff Richard.