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  • I liked how you said "oot" instead of "out". Nice touch.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 11:13am
  • There is actually a degrassi school in Toronto

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 10:29am
  • Haha I fucking love degrassi with allllllll the drama nd hooking up

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 12:32pm
  • And you can go to class with Drake. It'll be the best you ever had.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 9:22pm
  • Canadians say oot - get over it

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 4:28pm
  • The drammmmaaaaa!!! I <3 degrassi!!!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 2:00pm
  • If you've ever watched the show you'd know that Canadians don't say "oot." Maybe in the Maritimes, which is clearly not where the show takes place but thanks for coming out.

    Submitted by geeked on Jan 24, 10 at 3:06pm
  • I've been reading this text for soo long and I Just now realized it said oot. amazing

    Submitted by ersatz on Sep 4, 10 at 10:08pm
  • hhahahahahahaa

    Submitted by lindsaylooou on Feb 27, 11 at 1:44pm
  • @4:18 i'm from america and that bothers me too, though i've only heard a few people say it that way

    Submitted by shelteredme on Aug 19, 10 at 12:03pm
  • Actually no, 5:15, you can hear 'oot' and 'eh?' all over Canada. You tend to hear it more as you go east. Not so much an Alberta/BC thing.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 6:33pm
    • "Eh?" is genuinely common, but I live in Ontario, and I've never heard "aboot" except as a South Park quote.

      Submitted by Herschel on Jan 24, 10 at 9:58pm
    • Pretty sure the only people that talk like that are midwesterners like from the movie Fargo. I know I sound a lot like someone from Washington because the only time people I meet in Seattle can tell I'm from Canada is when I tell them.

      Submitted by malmgren1 on Feb 2, 10 at 9:03pm
  • I hear eh/aboot all the time in British Columbia and Calgary. It's definitely all over CA.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 25, 10 at 7:05am
  • Down

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 10:31am
  • 11:13, I did not catch that. you're smart

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 11:59am
  • I love this!

    Submitted by EclecticPandora on Mar 20, 11 at 1:00am
  • 9:22 is fucking funny.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 25, 10 at 12:22am
  • What the F?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 10:46am
  • I'm from Canada and I've never heard anyone say aboot or pronounce anything oot for that matter but I have caught my self saying eh a couple times I just really want to point out even tho I know it's irelevant but Americans say ruff instead of roof and it's possibly the most agrivating thing sorry I just thought I should let you know so you can work on that

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 26, 10 at 4:18am
  • Best thing I've ever read, if you do transfer, bring me with you

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 25, 10 at 1:52am
  • im from vancouver and i never say eh or aboot

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 7:41pm
  • What are you guys talking about? I'm from calgary and we live in igloo's and ride dog sleighs everywhere. In fact I just got home from walking my pet beaver..

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 9:04pm
  • that show makes me want to punch a baby.

    Submitted by JUGGERNAUT on Jan 26, 10 at 4:38am
  • 5:15, who cares? My step dad is Canadian and we give him crap for aboot and he's from Saskatchewn or however you spell it lol

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 6:38pm
  • Best life ever

    Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 8, 10 at 2:10am
  • 4:18, never have I heard anyone in America say "ruff" instead of roof.

    Submitted by jackie7 on Apr 30, 10 at 11:26am
  • In soviet Russia you transfer to my bedroom

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 10:29am
  • 10:29, you have missed the point completely.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 10:53am
    • Nope, 10:53. I'm pretty sure the "oot" was one of the best part of the texts. In case you somehow missed it, Canadians pronounce "about" and "out" differently than most Americans. Therefore, what many Americans hear is "aboot" and "oot." Hence, amusing.

      Submitted by SuperTrooper127 on Jan 24, 10 at 4:48pm
      • Actually, the only people who pronounce the word "about" as "aboot" are from certain parts of Alberta/BC and Americans from northern Wisconsin/Minnesota.

        Submitted by anonymous12 on Jan 24, 10 at 5:15pm
  • Omg seriously I say this all the time

    Submitted by olivia1993 on Oct 12, 10 at 11:12pm
  • haha i love this one...sadly i love degrassi. i like the "oot" also:)

    Submitted by rayrayta2 on Jan 27, 10 at 7:54pm
  • Hahahahahahaha oot Whoever wrote this, please marry me

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 24, 10 at 4:48pm
  • Screw Canada and screw the 12 year old who wrote this text

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 25, 10 at 12:58am
  • K so I am Canadian and have never heard anyone say "oot" or "aboot" unless we are making fun of ourselves or confusing Americans, which is pretty easy to do :)

    Submitted by booya1 on Aug 20, 10 at 3:25am