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Friday, December 6, 2019

Canadian hockey fans embrace the way ‘South Park’ mocked them

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A group of fans from Canada showcased their sense of humor on Sunday during their country’s hockey game against the Czech Republic, and fans of “South Park” will love it.

We won’t get into the entire backstory, but the Canadian fans had custom jerseys that made reference to the popular “South Park” characters Terrance and Phillip — specifically in an episode called “Canada on Strike.” In it, Canadians who decide to go on strike against the rest of the world because they feel disrespected end up arguing among themselves using pronouns like “buddy” and “guy.” Here is the group of fans from Sunday:

You can see the context from “South Park” below:

Canada ended up losing 3-2, but you can bet these buddies, guys and friends were able to shake it off fairly quickly.

H/T Yahoo Sports



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