The hashtag #GrowingUpCanadian is seeing a lot of action on Twitter, and bringing back blasts from the past that can bring a smile to anyone’s face. Check out some of the (stereotypical) things we got to experience that non-Canadians never did, like French classes, pre-LA Onrait and O’Toole and the teen dreamboat Carlos from YTV.
— Veloso (@LucasDaCunha17) July 17, 2015
#GrowingUpCanadian being forced to learn french for 5 years and only knowing how to say hello and ask where the bathroom is.
— Brampton Stats (@Brampton_Stats) July 18, 2015
— Dylan Earle (@dylan_earle) July 16, 2015
#growingupcanadian trying to fit Saskatchewan in the narrow space on the map
— Sydd (@sydney_gillier) July 18, 2015
— Michael (@mvanek127) July 17, 2015
— lola (@melaninheaux) July 16, 2015
— becca (@ayalab_) July 16, 2015
— sarah • (@YesSarahS) July 16, 2015
— Joey The Creator. (@JamesIsMyTaxi) July 16, 2015
— Blake Jacques (@blakejacques17) July 28, 2015
#GrowingUpCanadian knowing you have to make sure your Halloween costume can fit over your ski pants and winter jacket
— D A N Y (@Cdanylchuk3) July 25, 2015
— NJ (@nate_j6) July 21, 2015
What was your favourite part about #GrowingUpCanadian? Let us know in the comments.
(Main image courtesy of Christopher Policarpio via Flickr)