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Old 06-30-2011, 02:51 PM   #1
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Anyone been? Tips and tricks? Thinking of chasing a girl there. Her ex is a seal and she has six kids but I'm up for it.
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Old 06-30-2011, 03:07 PM   #2
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What does your family think of her?

French fries and gravy, bro. French fries and gravy.
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Old 06-30-2011, 03:09 PM   #3
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My family wants to kill her and chase her around in pickup trucks whenever she's in town.



In the event that my girlfriend sees this I'd like to clarify that is a joke... but I am going to montreal. Sorry love!
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Seriously, Montreal is a really cool city. I used to go up there for Expos games all the time when the exchange rate was such that you could very nearly go to Canada for nothing (early 90's till '01). A lot of people said that they were treated bad because of being American and speaking English and all that, but none of that ever happened to me. Everyone I ran into was friendly and very cool.

My fave place to hang out was The Peel Pub, spent many nights there. Old Montreal is really cool as well. If you're religious (and esp. Catholic) you'll like a lot of the cool old Churchs and Basilicas. Always did well at the casino, etc.etc.

Honestly, I miss the place, but with the Expos gone and the prices the way they are now, I can't justify making the trip anymore.
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Well luckily I am crashing at a friend's. My French is pretty bad but as in France I will pretend to make the effort until they cave in and start speaking ****ing english aka god's language.
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Well luckily I am crashing at a friend's. My French is pretty bad but as in France I will pretend to make the effort until they cave in and start speaking ****ing english aka god's language.
If you don't know any French and someone starts speaking it to you, just look puzzled at them and they'll usually break straight into English.

There's a lot of beautiful women in that city, even haters concede that point.
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Montreal is one of my favorite cities on this continent. Definitely better than Myrtle Beach.

Hopefully the ex approves of you or Seal Team 6 (I wonder if that is what he also collectively calls his kids) might pay you a visit.
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most strippers in the rest of canada come from montreal
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most strippers in the rest of canada come from montreal
Weirdly not in the tourism brochure.
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This is the people who invented poutine.



Forget the chick..just go.
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Too many fish to chase any broad anywhere IMO.
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Ha Ha a chick with six kids I'm in love give me advice troll thread.

Awesome! I'm in. Go for it and knock her up as soon as you can before her seal ex husband gets drunk and uses you as a punching bag.
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Forget the chick..just go.
Few things are more awesome than poutine

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There are few things are more awesome than poutine
Actually wtf is that stuff because I swear I've barfed half digested meals that look just like it.
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Actually wtf is that stuff because I swear I've barfed half digested meals that look just like it.
French fries & cheese curd in a bowl smothered in beef gravy....it looks gross, it's not the least bit healthy, but it's beyond great.
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French fries & cheese curd in a bowl smothered in beef gravy....it looks gross, it's not the least bit healthy, but it's beyond great.
Please!

Pretty obvious that it's fries with cheese and gravy (I did have to google it to learn that it's curds, specifically). And it looks fuggin' awesome. Can't say that I'd let myself eat it more than once or twice a year, but that junk has to be tasty.

So I guess that's the French version of chili cheese fries. Hmmm. I've got a pot of green chili simmering on the stove right now. . . I see hand-cut fries in the near future. Hillbilly poutine.
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:31 AM   #17
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There is a restaurant there called Au Pied de Cochon that does foie gras everything. Hopefully i can afford it.
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So Hogan needed to root for a bad team in the Expos when his Pirates were actually good twenty years ago. Hogan, what happened to never having two favorite teams?
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So Hogan needed to root for a bad team in the Expos when his Pirates were actually good twenty years ago. Hogan, what happened to never having two favorite teams?
Why do I seemingly have to explain this to you every year?

I believe that you support whatever team you support to the bitter end...only through death or Relocation do you part.

When the Expos left Montreal, they left me behind as well...the team I followed for years simply ceased to exist. Since I was attending games in Cleveland & Pittsburgh on a yearly basis since the early 90's and because I'm a National league guy, I took the Pirates as my team. If I believed in the two team thing, the Tribe would be my other MLB team, but since I don't, they're not. Savvy?
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I always thought you were a Pirates fan from back in the day. Didn't know too many Americans having Montreal as their team.
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Please!

Pretty obvious that it's fries with cheese and gravy (I did have to google it to learn that it's curds, specifically). And it looks fuggin' awesome. Can't say that I'd let myself eat it more than once or twice a year, but that junk has to be tasty.

So I guess that's the French version of chili cheese fries. Hmmm. I've got a pot of green chili simmering on the stove right now. . . I see hand-cut fries in the near future. Hillbilly poutine.
It's everywhere there, go to a Burger King and they have Whopper and Poutine meals, no lie. Poutine & smoked meat is about all they eat in Quebec.
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I always thought you were a Pirates fan from back in the day. Didn't know too many Americans having Montreal as their team.
Saw many MTL/PIT games in the 'Burgh, but when the exchange rate was $1.65 to $1 of ours, Canada became a viable option. It was a great roadtrip. You could get great seats for very little and in spite of all the bad pub, the park really wasn't bad at all (it was way better than the Skydome, I'll say that much, the bad pub was all about trying to swindle the public for a new stade anyways). By the time you changed your cash and receipts back in at the border, the whole trip would come in wayyyy below cost.

And Montreal as a city is just a great place to be, period. Never had a bad time there....ever.
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Great city....go get her...don't go to any beaches or public pools, guys up there still rock the "banana hammocks" i.e. Speedos...honestly, whatever Poutine you have ingested will automatically come right back up...

People are friendly, chicks are hot, food real good....

Suggestion: go up there wearing a bright black and gold Bruins jersey...(I kid...)
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