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Canadian state-of-the-art stealth ship.
But where do you put the syrup?
Unfortunately that about right... I think we had a submarine once, bought it USED from like the UK or something... Our military is terrible.
So you're Canadian eh?
I'm quite sure it says so on my profile and I'm rather certain I didn't make it friends only. (I hate friends only profiles, there's no way of becoming a friend of a friends only profile...or I'm just terribly incompetent.
Hey, since you think that your military is that bad how about we trade places.
How can your military be worse? What country are you from anyways?
you guys don't need a military... nobody wants to kill you... Canadians are too lovable
True that as well.
I didn't type that it was bad and I forgot that I set my account to private, I'm from the States. I know you'll love everyone riding your *** to get the job done and crawl up your butt hole and wiggle around with cleats, pincers, fangs, and claws because of the little things that happen in war. Be more appreciative about your countries standing in the order of things and that you're not in our shoes.
True, the Canadian military is so bad we Dutchmen sold our old crap to you, now that is saying something.
Being that I'm half Canadian, I can tell ya that the Canadian Navy is quite a force to be reckoned with. They just never really get called into action (except for the coast guard).
And while the army is small, you should look up the Canadian Black Watch. They're one of the toughest special forces groups on the planet. Hell the US used to send future Delta Force Operators to train with the Black Watch.
Edit: Oh look what I found :D
As a Canadian soldier, im a tad offended
Sorry, but I didn't mean Canadian soldiers are bad just that our tech is a little outdated.
All you had to do is row a god damn boat CJ
Marily marily marily were on a stealth mission.
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