Results for - I had no idea Canadian money smells like maple syrup!
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I DISCOVERED AN AMUSING VIDEO, "DOES CANADIAN MONEY REALLY SMELL LIKE MAPLE SYRUP." TWO GROWN MEN SMELL CANADIAN MONEY FOR APPROXIMATELY 20 MINUTES. JustOneAsbesto COMMENTED: "IT'S LIKE HOW IN THE US 99.99% OF ALL BANKNOTES HAVE TRACES OF COCAINE ON THEM . . . CANADIANS USE THEIR MONEY TO SNORT MAPLE SYRUP."
1. Can you guess why Canadian money smells like maple syrup?
Okay, it's actually not hard to explain why...
Wow! I never knew Canadian money smells like maple syrup
I can't think of anything...
2. Did you know that Canadian money is waterproof? [Countries that use plastic cash (polymer banknotes) include: Canada, Australia, New Zealand, England (Sept. 2016), Vietnam, Brazil, Romania, Hong Kong, Israel, Thailand, Mexico, Kuwait, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Zambia, Fiji, Mauritius and American Samoa].
3. On another note . . . Canadians have a reputation for being polite. Do you think Canadian commenters are polite on Tellwut?
I'd rather not say (polite way of answering "no" eh)