Canuckistani

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Canuckistan +‎ -i

Adjective[edit]

Canuckistani (comparative more Canuckistani, superlative most Canuckistani)

  1. (slang, derogatory or humorous) Canadian.
    • 2004 17 February, John Schmidt, “Re: Thanks for the rays...”, alt.religion.kibology, Usenet:
      I'm not familiar with your quaint Canuckistani units of measure. Does relocating 500km away mean you have to scoot your chair slightly to the left, or does it mean you're moving to Neptune?
    • 2004 6 July, Conan The Librarian [username], “Re: OT: Happy Canada Day!”, rec.outdoors.fishing.fly, Usenet:
      One of the first things that struck me as I learned more about Canuckistani culture was the lingering fascination with matters of the Crown. It's as if y'all don't really want to make a complete break with Mum England.
    • 2009, David Townsend, Pogey, Poutine and Warm, Furry Beavers: (Plus Twenty Other Reasons to Enjoy Being Canadian), iUniverse (2009), ISBN 9781440190995, page 2:
      Of course, when I calmed down and thought about it a little more reasonably, I realized that very few worthy publications of that nature actually existed—certainly none that celebrated the (perhaps idiosyncratic) things I loved about being Canuckistani.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see the citations page.

Noun[edit]

Canuckistani (plural Canuckistanis)

  1. (slang, derogatory or humorous) A Canadian.
    • 2003 29 May, MC, “Re: When do actresses become actors?”, alt.usage.english, Usenet:
      Here in Canuckistan, the mullahs who control the state media (the CBC) have decreed that the words "fisherman" and "fishermen" are somehow offensive to the ears of loyal Canuckistanis.
    • 2003 17 October, Matt Olson, “Re: Another Canadian bimbo PETArd (nooze)”, alt.tasteless, Usenet:
      Pamela Anderson's a Canuckistani? I had no idea.
    • 2006 21 January, Kimberly, “Re: Mars Poll”, alt.buddha.short.fat.guy, Usenet:
      I'll have you know, sir, that I learned to play cribbage from my grandfather, who was a Canuckistani like yourself, when I was so young my hands were too small to shuffle the cards.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see the citations page.

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