1. Americans can not make a decent Canadian (pepperoni, bacon, mushrooms and mozzarella cheese) pizza. The ingredients may be the same, but it certainly does not taste the same.
2. Krispy Kreme can not compare to Tim Horton's in any aspect, although it is fun to watch the doughnuts being made.
3. A $5 cup of coffee from Starbucks can not compare to a $1.50 cup of coffee from Tim Horton's. Plus, sitting next to blue haired men discussing curling is far more enjoyable than sitting next to a bunch of yuppies on laptops.
4. One can purchase Tim Horton's coffee off of eBay. Conversely, one can sell Tim Horton's coffee on eBay to Tim deprived Expats and make a profit!
5. Canadian chocolate bars kick ass, yet can not be found in the US. As such, Coffee Crisp groupies have united to create a movement to petition
Nestle to begin distributing the java bars in the US. Now we just have to create websites to bring Sweet Marie, Crunchy, Crispy Crunch, Oh Henry, Mr.Big, Turkish Delight, Aero, MacIntosh Toffee, Wine Gums, and Mars bars to this country.
6. Canadian chips rock! Especially Old Dutch, which can safely change its slogan from "The Best in the West" to "Simply the Best".
7. It is impossible to find Ketchup chips in the US and most Americans look at you funny when you tell them of such a thing. Some will even resort to making gagging noises.
8. Americans also look at you funny when you order a side of gravy for your fries yet they think nothing of smothering biscuits in gravy and calling that breakfast!
9. Americans can not hear the word "poutine" without making a dirty joke.
10. The US has Canada beat when it comes to soda pop. Nowhere do have the selection that they have here.