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01 July 2005 @ 02:02 am

Go out there and do.... Canadian.... stuff. *waves her hands in vague fashion*

In other subjects, does anyone know anyplace where I can download free hairstyles or clothes for There.com? I'm a total noob there (not sure if I'm staying) and I can't afford anything in There and can't seem to find free stuff through google...
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Dennydronken_dennis on July 1st, 2005 10:52 am (UTC)
I, Dutchieman, too congratulate our Canadian Compadres on their lovely day...
Frittersfritters on July 1st, 2005 08:39 pm (UTC)
Hooray for Canada!
"You know, that snake girl...": heart tartthatsnakegirl on July 1st, 2005 12:26 pm (UTC)
Aw man, I miss my native land. :( I remember when I was little, we used to walk downtown (Windsor) and watch the fireworks from the riverside. I always thought kids in Detroit must've been confused as to why we shot of fireworks three days before them.

*lights a sparkler for Canada*
Fritters: FS Rygel - making less sense by lilbreckfritters on July 1st, 2005 08:42 pm (UTC)
The date is good, considering it's now easy enough to GET sparklers to celebrate it! ^_^

Maybe that's why our countries get along so well? Because we have the same "sign" ^_^
Cherylccryder on July 1st, 2005 08:39 pm (UTC)
Hey! You joined? What's your avatar? I'm sooo excited and hope to see you there.

I usually click shopping and auctions, from there you'll see many fan made fashions, mind you you have to pay for them all with Therebucks. If you find a free place, please let me know too!

For Canadian stuff, say "eh" alot, drink some beer and relax, if you have the time and a place have a bonfire and roast some weenies and marshmallows.

Yippie! Happy Canada Day!
Fritters: Ed Peering by Frittersfritters on July 1st, 2005 09:06 pm (UTC)
The roasting will be difficult but I think we can probably manage the beer part ^_^

I KNEW I heard of there from SOMEone on my friends list, I just couldn't remember who! And I'm Fritters. I look like a complete fucking noob. And how do you personally get therebucks? I can't afford to buy them.
Cherylccryder on July 1st, 2005 08:45 pm (UTC)
Oh, and before I forget: A bidding and buying accident on There.com left me with two pairs of blue camoflage (sp) pants. I could give you one pair if you like. ;)
Fritters: Skuld Dancin' by Frittersfritters on July 1st, 2005 09:07 pm (UTC)
I would LOVE a new pair of pants, that would roxxor!!
Cherylccryder on July 3rd, 2005 08:43 pm (UTC)
They were f'n expensive I was so pissed! What's your name on There.com?
Fritters: Ed Happy BIG by Frittersfritters on July 3rd, 2005 09:01 pm (UTC)
Fritters! What's yours?
Cherylccryder on July 3rd, 2005 09:07 pm (UTC)
I'm Daisy253. See you There.
ancient_immie: Credit: delectableoopmh crackancient_immie on July 2nd, 2005 03:44 pm (UTC)
Much happy Canadian rejoicing....Yay! With your HamBacon and your hockey! *G*
Nikki Fayre: Lilo & Stitch -  by spiffydazenfayre on July 5th, 2005 08:09 pm (UTC)
Thanks! I hope your Fourth of July was good too!

My Dad, little bro and I went shooting on Canada Day. C told me that I had to try his new crossbow (the one he got for Christmas that I brought home at Easter). It's pretty cool, even though it's not sighted in for me. It throws high and right when I shoot.

Is that a suitably Canadian activity??? :D
Fritters: FF Curse your betrayal by quebellyfritters on July 5th, 2005 10:36 pm (UTC)
From the Canadians _I_ know it sounds suitably Canadian. For all the liberality that Quebec forces onto y'all, you certainly seem to love yer weaponry!

And we had a decent 4th. Dad had a BBQ, which I'm always awkward at his BBQ's but the food was good and we got leftovers. After we watched some neighbors nearly blow up the surrounding area with some illegal fireworks. Nothing says American Rebels like illegal fireworks. We started this country by telling our current ruling country that we're gonna do whatever the hell we want, I find it particularly American to do the same to THIS countries rules ^_^
Nikki Fayre: Zen - c/o Frittersnfayre on July 6th, 2005 01:34 pm (UTC)
Weaponry can be good, in the right context...

My family uses our weaponry to put dinner on the table. It's a sad thing if we have to eat beef (I'm not a very good Albertan, I know). I grew up eating deer and moose (and later on elk) that my father and his hunting buddies shot. Bambi is dinner. Little Nimo is sushi.

And it's not just Quebec, it's the majority of "city people". Did I ever tell you that my aunt once told my father that he didn't need to hunt to put meat on the table? He could go to the grocery store and buy his steak and nothing had to die that way... Sometimes city folk disgust me... Don't clear cut in an area of forest that drastically needs it, but can we cut down all the poplars on our street cause I want to park my car on the road and the aphids in the trees are dropping sticky stuff on my car... (actual story from Vancouver - aired on BCTV about 2 years ago)

Ok, going to stop ranting now...

Apparently there were illegal fireworks in Med Hat as well. I missed the fireworks in Cranbrook, but I think they were probably pretty lame, compared to what you'd normally expect. The city stopped sponsoring it, so I believe it's a couple of people who go out of the city limits and light off whatever they've bought. It's a nice thought on their part, but it's sad that the city council won't organize a display...
Fritters: Ed Peering by Frittersfritters on July 6th, 2005 02:52 pm (UTC)
That way nothing has to die!! HAHHaahaahaah, oh MAN that's stupid!! Give her pictures of a slaughterhouse and some cleanliness reports. She'll either eat over more often or a vegetarian will be born.

And yeah, people cutting down local trees when we've got so few already pisses me off. Isn't that what garages are for?