Well as a non-smoker I'd rather not be painted with that brush, but I can see where you're coming from.
We're not all assholes who drop our garbage wherever. I just want you to remember that.
Dude, I know that. As an American, 'We're Not All Assholes' is my mantra. Just like Americans, though, for every one of you with any class there are five of you who are belligerently drunk on Shitcreek Lager bellowing 'O Canada' into the night.
Ugh it's so damn true.
I would like to take this opportunity to let you know that I will not be littering the gorge with any cigarettes this year. I am now a non-smoker!
Post by bradberad12 on Feb 3, 2011 16:04:42 GMT -8
Canadian and very occasional smoker (but full-time at Sasquatch). I bring Canadian cigs with me because I smoke for enjoyment, not necessity. I enjoy Canadian cigarettes the most, thus are willing to pay the premium.
HG, you and some other americans bring up good points. Like any other trash, empty cigarette packages should be put in a garbage where they belong. This is easy. Cigarette butts are a little more tedious, but equally distasteful.
This year, as of this moment I vouche to bring an ashtray or something similar (if I do smoke) and butt out all my cigarettes in it instead of on the grass, (Disclaimer: Go easy on me if I get too drunk to remember at any point).
The problem with a lot of Canadian Squatchers is they come down to the fest and they're all like, 'We're from Canada, eh? We're gonna be the biggest, loudest, most fucking Canadian douchebags we can possibly be!'
It's like those extremely effeminate but EXTREMELY insecure homosexuals who go out of their way to slap asses and mime fellatio in an attempt to make someone uncomfortable and get a reaction. It's like, cool dude: you're gay/Canadian/what the fuck ever. I'm an American, but I do not at ALL feel the need to make sure everyone within 100 yards knows it at all times, just like I don't feel like it's my social obligation to make sure everyone knows that I'm straight.
This made me chuckle. The first night, there are always Canadians wanding around, "are you Canadian, oh, nevermind, are you Canadian, YES, ME TOO, HIGH FIVE." It dominates the campground from midnight to 2 a.m.
Without going back to the first page to see who I am about to pick on, the person who started this thread is most definitely one of them.