Apparently today's National Respect Canada Day.
But if you forgot, we don't blame you. Why?
1.) You've probably apologized a dozen times for it (it's the Canadian thing to do).
2.) It's a lame holiday. Everyone knows National Respect Canada Day is every day for true Canucks.
3.) It's also National Tapioca Pudding Day and those pudding cups certainly aren't going to eat themselves.
But while no one knows the origins or, quite frankly, the protocol for National Respect Canada Day, you can always count on the odd American to hate on their neighbours up north. Case in point, the lovely New Yorkers in the video below.
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Yes, Dwayne Johnson's father is Nova Scotia-born wrestler Rocky Johnson. As the <a href="http://www.buzzfeed.com/thehero/14-things-you-didnt-know-about-the-rock" target="_blank">first generation child of a Canadian, Johnson is eligible for Canadian citizenship</a>. Johnson also played in the CFL for the Calgary Stampeders during the 1995 season, but was cut after two months.
Scottie was totally from Vancouver.
The "Entourage" star was born in Montreal.
The world-famous architect was born in Toronto.
The former NBA star was born in Toronto.
The comedian is from Quebec City. Bonus points if you knew his brother is CBC journalist Neil Macdonald.
The "Castle" and "Firefly" star was born in Edmonton.
The potential Republican presidential nominee was born in Calgary. However, because his mother is American, U.S. officials have ruled that he <a href="http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/05/19/cruz-eligible-presidential-run/" target="_blank">would be eligible to run for the presidency</a>.
That's right, "Safety Dance" came from a Montreal group.
While born in Portland, Groening's father Homer was born in Main Centre, Saskatchewan and so Groening is eligible for citizenship.
The "Bonanza" star was born in Ottawa.
While born in Indianapolis, both of "The Mummy" star's parents are Canadian and so he is entitled to Canadian citizenship.
The Oscar winning star of "True Blood" was born in in Winnipeg.
The regular contributor to "This American Life" was born in Montreal.
While the "Sex and the City" star was actually born in in the U.K., she moved to Coutenay, B.C., when she was just an infant.
"The L Word" star was born in Toronto.
The star of "The Matrix" was born in Burnaby, B.C.
The "Will and Grace" star was born in Toronto.
OK, you may have known this one already, but for some reason people are always forgetting that the "Titanic" and "Avatar" director was born in Kapuskasing, Ontario.
The original host of "Let's Make A Deal" was born in Winnipeg.
OK, so he was born in Syracuse, New York and his parents were both American, but the star of, well everything, went to school in Ottawa for several years in the early 1970s. It was in Ottawa that <a href="http://i.usatoday.net/life/books/tom_cruise_excerpt.pdf" target="_blank">Cruise first became involved in acting</a>, according to Andrew Morton's unauthorized biography.
Canadians are normally pretty nice but there are things you just don't want to say to a Canadian... (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Nathan Denette)
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We asked our readers to tell us more things that you shouldn't say to a Canadian. We collected the best responses.
@HuffPostCanada #AngryCanadian Wasn't it wonderful that Ben Affleck thanked Canadians at the Oscars? Were Canadians in Iran?
@HuffPostCanada #AngryCanadian To someone from Toronto: "I have a friend named .... In Vancouver, do you know them?" "No, it's a 3hr flight"
@HuffPostCanada The old chestnut You guys all live in igloos right? #AngryCanadian
@HuffPostCanada #AngryCanadian "Is it warm there in summer? Do you drink maple syrup? You say roof (ruff), tour (tore), and bar (ba) weird."