The french part of Canada, makers of the original POUTINE. Legal drinking age : 18, real drinking age : 13.
Quebec's a rolling party!
Someone with a good sense of humour, an incredible talent for understanding. Usually speaks two or more languages.
He has to make people understand that French is important and it is not an assault against the ROC.
Wow! he is so French-Canadian, he's very nice
A kickass reggae band with some punk influence from Kona, Hawaii.
Pepper kicks some major ass. Pepperlive.com, courtesy of a member of the street team
The main substitute for coke... both spend tens of millions of dollars on advertising a year and the effect is...
Customer: can i have a can of coke please?
Barman: sorry mate, only got Pepsi
Customer: that'll do!
Like the name the country the province is implied to be comparable to in infrastructure, it is also a place well known for its lax liquor laws and lower drinking age, compared to its neighbouring liquor oppressive province, Ontario. For those that live and drink there, this is the promised land.
Popular tourist destinations include Montreal, Mont Tremblant, and various supermarkets and Costcos in the Gatineau area. They can be spotted with the Ontario license plates all over parking lots, and often be spotted loading multiple 55 packs of beer in the trunks of their car.
Person 1: Hey, I'm gonna be going to Quebexico before the camping trip.
Person 2: Awesome, be sure to bring back enough for everybody!