Canadians Are Making Up Their Own National Laws And They're Hilariously Spot On
#LittleKnownCanadianLaws is quickly becoming the top trending Twitter hashtag in Canada right now.
We have no idea who or what catapulted this incredible hashtag into the Twittersphere, but we are so here for it. Over the last few days, Twitter has blown up with #LittleKnownCanadianLaws - which are the furthest thing from real laws, and more like hilarious parodies about Canada's many quirks.
Hundreds of Canadians have joined in, tweeting about everything from our crazy weather, Canadian Tire dollars, hockey, beavers, poutine, and of course, our greatest musical accomplishment - Nickelback.
Here are some of the funniest and most accurate #LittleKnownCanadianLaws, which we believe should definitely be made real.
Failure to comment on the weather in Canada is punishable by up to three seasons in prison or a maximum fine of $500 Canadian Tire dollars.
Poutine contains 100% of all four food groups in the Canada Food Guide. That's why Jean Chrétien invented it.
Put raisins in butter tarts: 1-3 years.— Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) July 26, 2018
Put pineapple on pizza: 5-10 years.
Put lettuce on a Donair: 20-25
Put ketchup on poutine: Life sentence, no chance of parole.#LittleKnownCanadianLaws
#LittleKnownCanadianLaws -— Jason Bergeron (@Jason_Bergeron) July 25, 2018
Buying artificial maple syrup is illegal.
It's either straight from the tree, or it's straight to jail!
It’s against the law to say you’re cold unless the temperature is below -20 degrees celsius. #LittleKnownCanadianLaws— Steve Redmond (@sjredmond) July 25, 2018
#LittleKnownCanadianLaws— Lᴜɴᴀ Kᴀʏɴᴇ (@LunaKayne) July 25, 2018
You are only permitted to pet your own beaver. Stroking someone else’s beaver is punishable by law. And playing with your beaver in public is frowned upon. pic.twitter.com/QGgjchTWun
#LittleKnownCanadianLaws— Not THAT David Bell (@BellDavidC) July 25, 2018
At a 4 way stop, if you arrive at the same time, the Moose always has the right of way.
#LittleKnownCanadianLaws As the United States cannot produce their receipt for Justin Bieber Canada cannot and will not accept a return, even for store credit.— Rebekah (@Crampedsultana) July 25, 2018
Once an individual has been addressed verbally by an instigator with the word "buddy," he/she has the right to:— Kovach Kovach (@_Kovach_Kovach_) July 25, 2018
1) inform the instigator that he/she is not the instigators "buddy"
2) verbally address the instigator by the word "guy"#LittleKnownCanadianLaws
Any household that does not have a drawer stuffed with Canadian Tire money is subject to a fine of $2, payable in Canadian Tire Money. #LittleKnownCanadianLaws— Canadian Tire (@CanadianTire) July 25, 2018
#LittleKnownCanadianLaws you have the right to trial by hockey shoot out if the police don't apologize for handcuffing you.— TheRealMrH (@TheRealMrH4) July 25, 2018
#LittleKnownCanadianLaws— friddi (@virtuenmoirs) July 25, 2018
you have to accept tessa virtue and scott moir as the rightful royal couple