Yup. Me too. Grew up in Alberta/BC, though they were a myth. Went to university with a kid from Ottawa and he definitely said “hoose” and “about”. I have family in Wisconsin who have similar accents. The roof is “ruff,” car is “Cahr” with the r pronounced at the back of the throat, almost like German. The only time I hear a stereotypical Canadian accent is when talking to someone from Wisconsin. But I’m in Vancouver, and accents cease to exist on this site. I’m sorry Julian! How was I supposed to know that getting really fucked up last night with Bubbles was gonna end up with Great Johnny For Norris Official Washington D.C Hockey Shirt my house in your yard? Random storytime.
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It was one of the most “Canadian moments” of my life. /end_random_story. Growing up playing hockey you just become accustomed to it and whenever you step back in that rink that smell brings you back to when you were young. They stick the swab up your nose and kind of twist it in there. Takes about 5 seconds – I didn’t notice any discomfort until maybe the last split second, and Great Johnny For Norris Official Washington D.C Hockey Shirt by then it was already done. Felt like mildly getting some water up to your nose, but slightly pokier?
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Not the most comfortable, but not so unpleasant that I’d be against doing it regularly if I had to. As someone who has had to take the tests regularly, there are different types of tests. Now the tests are only a few seconds. I live in Denmark and they only do the throat swab, unfortunately. The stick this super long cotton swab down past your tonsils and Great Johnny For Norris Official Washington D.C Hockey Shirt swab it around for a good 10 seconds. Apparently piles of puke around some of the tents have become a problem! I would so much rather have the nose poke.