The greatest continent on the plant.
There is Canada
with worlds greatest weed
and some of the most laid back care free people in the world. The winters are cold, the summers are warm, and you dont have to ever worry about owning a gun. With less people than the state of California
, this country has it all.
There is the United States
the greatest neighbour a country could have. Paranoid and gun toting, these people are willing to put there ass on the line to protect what we all fought for together. Although they have a slight superiority complex
, they are willing to ensure their own freedoms and the freedoms of their friends.
Then there is Mexico
, where Canadians
go for cheap liquor, loose women and to get the hell away from all this bullshit.
While these families may bicker, they would gladly put their asses on the line time and time again to look out for each others interests. When the world is out of oil, gas and fresh water, these countries will be bailing everyones asses out with their technologies, and in Mexico's case, their liquor incase nothing works.
I am from North America, I can take one pound of BC bud
walk across the boarder and get one pound of coke
I am from North America, although i may not always agree with what my neighbours say, i will defend to the death their right to say it.
Clearly the most impressive continent on earth and clearly the most powerful. The U.S has the power, Canada has the natural resources, and Mexico has the sweat shop labour all readily available
Fuck everyone else, we own you all.
North America pwns
every other continent.
The northern continent of the Western Hemisphere, extending northward from the Colombia-Panama border and including Central America, Mexico, the islands of the Caribbean Sea, the United States, Canada, the Arctic Archipelago, and Greenland.
North America is one of two continents in the Western Hemisphere.
What Canadians say when they mean both the United States and Canada together, usually not including Mexico. Americans typically use this word to describe all of the US, Canada, and Mexico together, and usually only when in geography class.
American: Who's that guy?
Canadian: He's one of the best lumberjacks in all of North America.
American: Really? The whole continent? I didn't think that there were any lumberjacks in Mexico.
Canadian: Oh, I just mean in Canada and the US.