Jimmy Fallon unearthed an old viral Canadian song on The Tonight Showthat pays tribute to Saskatchewan's capital city.

Called 'Experience Regina,' the song was part of an unofficial tourism advertisement for the city. The faux Tourism Board of Saskatchewan posted the song on YouTube in 2008, during which it had gone viral for a period of time:

Regina is constantly being made fun of for rhyming perfectly with — well, you know what.

Fallon and his announcer Steve Higgins capitalized on the jokes, making a couple of sexual innuendos.

"You didn't experience Regina til college, right?" asked Higgins. "You didn't go up to Canada 'til college?"

"Yeah... College. Mid-30s. Something like that," Fallon responded.

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