Canadians are intellectually smarter than people in the United States OF, America.
You can't call them united statesians because then they aren't distinguished from the united states of mexico.
You know: Estados Unidos Mexicanos
They're also a union of states.
Breaking news: Operation: Winter Hat is underway, with 100,000 Americans invading soon to be "North USA". Across the country, Tim Hortons are being systematically taken and converted into military HQs. According to our sources, the invasion began when shots were fired in a 4Chan thread. The president had this to say:
"My fellow Americans, as we all know, the internet is serious business. Observing the great steps in equality displayed by Intel, we have decided to team up with feminists in our decision process. They bring alarming information about the evils of 4Chan, calling them terrorists. The source of this particular thread originated from Canada, and as you know, we will not stand by while terrorism is bring performed within our allies; so we are sending troops across the borders in an act of liberation. Thank you, and God bless the United Empire... I mean United States of America!"
Actually come to think of it, Mexico is part of north america, so they should probably also be allowed to call themselves USA.
So there's two USA's, one brown and the other brown.
First link about the continent and not the USA.
Second is about a band called "America".
USA starts being mention in third link, and only then as one of many linking options.
USA confirmed as irrelevant. Victory confirmed.
i miss you ameribros.
>walking around in shorts, all year
>beers at the convenience stores
>still being allowed to smoke inside a lot of places because of real freedums
I'm coming back down to warm up and eat burgers :DD soon
Saying American is regional slang, yet we have so much influence across the world you can say "I'm an American" and people will know what you're talking about. Sure faggot elitists might correct you, but who cares? You're an American!
I'm not going to say United States Citizen, and I don't have to. I'm an American.