In honour of Canada Day, eh?

And here’s more Godzilla.

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19 Responses to Stomp

  1. JBB says:

    Shouldn’t that be spelled “aboot” not “about”?

  2. Hmmm, the Canadian Godzilla is very similar to the British Godzilla.

  3. Andy says:

    That’s awesome, eh?

  4. Yaro says:

    He should say “Sorry aboot that”

  5. Wildbird says:

    Should be more carful when he stomps a city flat

  6. Patty says:

    Ouch. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. moi says:

    this is epic! sending the link to everyone I know!! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ha ha, love it ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Jeremy says:

    Newfoundlaughs. Well, not the citizens stomped, anyways.

  9. Nils says:

    The correct spelling of course is “aboot”.

  10. Joao says:

    I love the inclusion of a chicken in the drawing. It’s the sort of detail that multiplies the “funny” factor by 10

    Congrats to you canadians.

  11. Ross says:

    Shouldn’t that be, “Sorry aboot that”? ๐Ÿ˜€

  12. Doug says:

    Ha! I actually did think about spelling it “aboot”, but I’ve never really understood that whole “aboot” thing. To my ears, it sounds more like we’re saying “a boat” than “aboot”.

    Of course, there are all sorts of regional differences. People here in Vancouver make fun of the way I say “car” – apparently I say it in a very east-coast way! Carrrrr ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Wildbird says:

    Have you ever seen the little cartoon GODZILLA MEETS BAMBI yet? Little deer stands in field the credits scroll down Great Big reptile foot comes down upon deer SPLAT

  14. willwot says:

    ooopsa daisa

  15. Antonio says:

    Wikipedia has the “about” thing as the most recognizable feature of Canadian English, the Canadian raising. A while ago, I looked for CE in the dictionary world to find that it is “underdescribed” (not my words). So there’s no project like the Oxford English Dictionary and so on. Would be great, though, because as a non-native I’d love to be able to practise CE accents along with the rest.


  16. GrohUp says:

    I almost expected to see maple leaf shaped spines (or plates or whatever you want to call them) on his back.

  17. Dstroyer says:

    I showed this to a friend of mine who’s from Canada and she thought it was about the funniest thing she’s ever seen. She hangs it up at work to either A) make her less home sick or B)remind herself how funny/cool/awesome I am. Thanks, Doug!

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