The following temperature conversion guide is in Farenheit:
50 above: New Yorkers turn off the heat. Canadians plant gardens.
40 above: Californians shiver uncontrollably. Canadians sunbathe.
35 above: Italian cars won’t start. Canadians drive with the windows down.
32 above: Distilled water freezes. Canadian water gets thicker.
20 above: Floridians wear coats, gloves and wool hats. Canadians throw on a t-shirt.
15 above: Californians begin to evacuate the state. Canadians go swimming.
Zero: New York landlords finally turn up the heat. Canadians have the last cook-out before it gets cold.
10 below: People in Miami cease to exist. Canadians lick flag poles.
20 below: Californians fly away to Mexico. Canadians throw on a light jacket.
40 below: Hollywood disintigrates. Canadians rent videos.
60 below: Mt. St. Helens freezes. Canadian Girl Guides begin selling cookies door to door.
80 below: Polar bears begin to evacuate the Arctic. Canadian Boy Scouts postpone “Winter Survival” classes until it gets cold enough.
100 below: Santa Claus abandons the North Pole. Canadians pull down their ear flaps.
173 below: Ethyl alcohol freezes. Canadians get frustrated when they can’t thaw their kegs.
297 below: Microbial life survives on dairy products. Canadian cows complain of farmers with cold hands.
460 below: ALL atomic motion stops. Candians start saying “Cold 'nuff for ya?”.
500 below: Hell freezes over. The Maple Leafs win the Stanley Cup.
Tell me something - do other countries really think we Canadians live under 6 feet of snow in sub-zero temperatures all year long? (just kidding). Actually, I get a chuckle out of this type of humour and would enjoy reading any you may have.