'As A Canadian' Is Trending On Twitter Again Ahead Of The US Election
Canadians are sharing advice, jokes and memes. 🇨🇦🇺🇸
Ahead of theresults, Canadians are sharing words of advice, support and wisdom with their neighbours to the south.
While Canada’s prime minister hasabout who he’d like to come out on top, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has who he'd be voting for.
Canadians on social media are also, apparently, pretty happy to publicize their preferences.
On November 3, “As a Canadian” was trending on Twitter for several hours, as Canucks sharedahead of the American election.
Naturally, the True North did not hold back.
'As A Canadian ...'
Quoting Canada’s very ownthis Canadian urged our southern neighbours to “get it together” ahead of Tuesday’s election.
Good Luck, Guys
Regardless of your political preference, we can all agree thatis a big deal.
With that in mind, one Canadian wished America “good luck” as they headed to the polls. They even included a little bit of encouragement, courtesy of RuPaul.
Close Those Borders
Ahead of the presidential result, one Canuck declared that they were “happy” travel restrictions remain in place between the two countries.
The borderto all non-essential travellers until at least November 21.
While the American election isit appears others are relatively unphased.
Sharing this iconic image ofwith a Tim Hortons, one Canadian Twitter user appears to be enjoying the potential chaos.
Nothing conveys “nervous peeking” better than an GIF of Michael Scott, right?
"You Better Vote"
With a little help from RuPaul (again), this Canadian urged the American public to get out and vote on Tuesday.
Referring to the event as "eviction 2020," this Twitter-user is clearly hoping for a new president after Tuesday's vote.
If the "orange maniac" comment wasn't enough of a clue, the meme is likely to reveal
Good Vibes Only
This Canuck is sending good vibes only to her U.S. counterparts, who she says "deserve better."
In addition to the words of wisdom, she shared an almost-wholesome image of Pooh and Piglet too.
We're thinking of you, U.S.A!
*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.