"The only good thing to do with good advice is pass it on; it is never of any use to oneself."— Oscar Wilde

You know you have been in Canada for too long when...

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... you can sing the Canadian Anthem in both English and French and make a mix
... you know what a double double is
... people from Holland are nothing special
... Maple leafs gives you a patriotic feeling
... you know what Loonies and Toonies are
... you say 'out'-words in a very funny way
... you know who Stephen Harper is
... you have been at a Hockey game at least twice and you know the team you cheer for
... you think people from the U.S. are naive
... you are used to more then a half meter of snow in the winter
... you consider the Canadian Geese annoying
... you know that Toronto is not the capital of Canada
... you think people in the U.S. speak strange
... you know most actors/actresses/musicans that are from Canada including Michael Cera, Ryan Gosling, Celine Dion, Bryan Adams, Rachel McAdams, Leonard Cohen, Avril Lavigne, etc.
... you can not stand the fact that Justin Bieber is Canadian
... you know that the Police in Canada do not usually wear red
... you will not admit that you actually have not seen a Beaver
... you can continue a discussion about Québec for a very long time - whether you are French Canadian or English
... you suddenly realize that you can translate a shampoo bottle's text into french 
... you get excited about good shows on CBC - unfortunately you realize that they are often from Britain
... you love europeans and accents
... you have been to Niagara Falls 
... you think there should be three official languages in Canada; English, french, and then the not-understandable English they speak near New Foundland
... you have been dog sledding
... 'eh' is part of your vocabulary
... you are pretty sure you can survive a trip to the North Pole
...  you haven't got a president to rule the country, but a prime minister
... you can't stand people calling Ontario, Québec, Alberta, etc for states. It is called provinces
... you know the red-uniform-guys are called the Mounted police force, and not Mountain police force.... my! It took me a lot of time to realize
... it is snowing April 1st, and the sun is shining and it is 22 degrees celsius April 10th, and then it's snowing  April 23rd again
...you get mad at Americans trying to spell "colour" every time they come over - they always do it wrong!
... you have experienced quite severe thunder storms
... camp fires = Parties
... Steppenwolf = Epic
... you've seen a moose