No matter where you're from, chances are there is at least one stereotype about it. For example, if you're from the United States people might assume that you love football or McDonald's. Some stereotypes are funny and some are actually offensive but either way, often stereotypes aren't true. That's the case with a number of Canadians online who are revealing all the Canadian stereotypes that are actually a lie.\nWhen it comes to Canadian stereotypes some of the most common ones also happen to be the most annoying. For example, people might assume that it's perpetually winter here. Another common stereotype is that we all say "aboot" instead of "about."Of course, there's also the belief that we all live in igloos with our pet polar bears.\nREAD ALSO: An Ontario City Just Won The Unofficial Award For The Worst Winter In All Of Canada This Year\nNone of those things are actually true and most Canadians have come to accept them just as inevitable jokes that we are gonna have to face in our lives, but there are some stereotypes that even some Canadians like to think apply to everyone. Whether it's about our national sport of hockey or our appreciation for maple syrup.\nNone the less, even those stereotypes aren't actually true and don't apply to all Canadians. Thanks to Canadians online, here are some other Canadian stereotypes that are actually lies.\nThe challenge was started by a Canadian Twitter user by the name @leeleebb21. She kicked it off by revealing that she doesn't actually like maple flavoured things despite being a Canadian.\nOk everyone. What is something you’re “supposed” to like because of where you live, but you actually don’t? I’ll go first. I’m Canadian but I don’t like maple syrup flavoured things. And go.\n— The Drunken Leeleeprechaun:four_leaf_clover: (@leeleebb21) 3 March 2019\nOne big shocker that's emerged is that not all Canadian love hockey or even care about at all.\nI’m Canadian and I don’t like hockey :joy:\n— ℓαυяα ✾ (@lauralaxla) 3 March 2019\nI am Canadian but I am not a diehard fan of hockey :ice_hockey_stick_and_puck:\n— chocoviv (@Mashibaby) 3 March 2019\nWhile others have pointed out that they don't like Tim Hortons even though it's essentially Canada's official coffee.\nHaha totally missed you're a canuck, explains.alot :hushed:I'm canadian and don't like Tim Hortons coffee and not a huge hockey fan either <turns in citizenship>\n— Vrilant :flag-ca::maple_leaf: (@vrilant) 3 March 2019\nI’m Canadian and I don’t like Tim Horton’s coffee\n— Adam the Tank (@ransom1198) 3 March 2019\nThen another Canadian revealed that not everyone likes poutine, which seems almost sacrilege.\nI am Canadian and I have no desire to eat poutine.\n— Tequila Mockingbird (@KingofQueens13) 3 March 2019\nDon't expect an apology from those people though, another Canadian revealed that we aren't all sorry all the time.\nI'm Canadian and I'm not always sorry. Sorry.\n— 𝑀𝑒𝓁𝒾𝓈𝓈𝒶 𝑀𝒶𝓇𝒾𝑒 :flag-ca::shamrock: (@EmmyStar79) 3 March 2019\nREAD ALSO: This Canadian Dad Videotaped His 4-Year-Old's Hockey Practice And It's Honestly So Relatable\nIt may be disheartening to learn that some of these things we thought we shared with our fellow canucks are actually a lie but that's doesn't mean you can't enjoy them so get cozy in your igloo, grab some Tim Hortons and a nice poutine and kick back to watch the hockey game.