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Numerology information Manitoba:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Definition funny of Manitoba:
The middle child of Canada.
Just like the middle child of your aunt and uncle's family of 5, Manitoba really has no reasons for anyone to outright dislike them. However, like that meek cousin of yours, there's really no reason to like them too much either. It's quiet, it minds it own business, and has no defining characteristics. Plus it's basically at the geographic centre of Canada.
Manitoba has hot summers and hot women. Manitobans know how to party better than any other place I've been! Winnipeg and Saskatoon tied for the highest murder per capita rate in 2002 with 6 homicides... wow... 6. Canada is #43 in the world for murder rates... while the US is holding strong at #23. I know you don't care, but I'm drunk.
Toba girls give good head.
The province in the middle of Canada. Provincial flower is the crocus. License plates say "Friendly Manitoba" for a reason.
Winnipeg is the capital of Manitoba
Manitoba is ridiculed by Canadians from other provinces, particularly grown adults who live with their mommy and daddy, as "the armpit of Canada". It is however completely ignored by Americans altogether who aren't sure whether it is a province or a kind of martini. It is one of the five "forgotten provinces" (the others being Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia, PEI and Newfoundland). It's capital is Winnipeg (or "The Peg"). All Winnipegers will tell you that the city is named after Winnie the Pooh. Some do not recognize Manitoba as a valid province because moose outnumber people five to one. These people have therefore merged it with the neighbouring forgotten province, Saskatchewan, to form a megasuperprovince called "Saskitoba". It's capital would therefore be the megasupercity of "Winnigina", pronounced win-nuh-JAH-ee-nuh. Fun Factoids about Manitoba --------------------------- * Manitoba can range from +40C (as in New Delhi) to -40C (as in Antarctica) so most bums either fry onto the pavement in the summer or freeze to death in the winter. The snow trucks and streetsweepers manage to scoop most of their body parts away. * Manitoba is the first province to give women the vote (way back in 1916) which is why you don't even wanna THINK about fucking with Manitoba chicks. They will slice you. * At just over a million people, the population is far too low to have a murder rating. One murder to a Manitoban would be like... the holocaust. So it just doesn't happen despite the myths you've heard. * Most Manitobans live only in its capital, Winnipeg, and three-quarters of Manitoba is a superlarge Indian reservation. Oddly enough, casinos are everywhere but this may be an unrelated phenomenon. * Manitobans made seperatism and speaking French cool before it became the fashion in Quebec. * Some drunken half-Native, half-French dude named Louis Riel founded Manitoba. He kicked major whitey ass. He would slice you too just like the Manitoban chicks if you pissed him off. * Manitobans speak a unique dialect of English which is a special blend of French, Ukrainian and Elvish. Eg: "Borrow me that book" means "Lend me that book". "This city sucks!" means "I really love my motherland!". * The main religion is Goth. Second is atheism. * Cool Manitobans live in a place called "Osborne Village" which is filled with gays, hippies, goths and s&m rubber fetishists. * While Northern Manitoba may very well have igloos, the Greater Winnipeg area has real buildings made of materials other than ice, like wood, stone and concrete. * Licence plates read "Friendly Manitoba" and they _are_ friendly to everyone except the KKK and snobby brats with a silver spoon in their mouths and who have fake dyed blond hair who came from Vancouver and then complain that they hate being stuck in Winnipeg because it's nothing like Vancouver, blah, blah, blah, go die. Overall, rather than being the stinky butthole of the country, it is an unappreciated jewel trapped in the bowels of the remote prairie nougat core of North America.
Songs about Manitoba:
Bluebird Of Happiness (Manitoba Mix) by Mojave 3 from the Album Bluebird Of Happiness
Manitoba by Daniela Andrade from the Album Things We've Said
Manitoba by Tapes 'n Tapes from the Album The Loon
Home To Manitoba by Del Barber from the Album Love Songs For The Last 20
Manitoba by Faces On Film from the Album Some Weather
Manitoba by Stompin' Tom Connors from the Album To It And At It
Rio De San Atlanta, Manitoba by Propagandhi from the Album Live From Occupied Territory
Books about Manitoba:
Manitoba Butterflies: A Field Guide by Simone Hebert Allard (Jun 10, 2013)
Une Breve Histoire Du Developpement Durable (Manitoba / Entreprises Et Societe) (French Edition) by Jean-Philippe Carise and Bettina Laville (Oct 16, 2014)
The Romantic Settlement of Lord Selkirk's Colonists The Pioneers of Manitoba by George Bryce (Mar 30, 2011)
Manitoba by Lindor Reynolds (1991)
Manitoba Medium: Messages of hope and healing from the other side. by Wendy Bowcott (Aug 23, 2014)
Wilderness Rivers of Manitoba: Journey by Canoe Through the Land Where the Spirit Lives by Hap Wilson and Stephanie Aykroyd (Mar 6, 2004)
A National Crime: The Canadian Government and the Residential School System, 1879 to 1986 (Manitoba Studies in... by John S. Milloy (May 31, 1999)
Movies about Manitoba:
Incredible Manitoba Animation 2000 - Runtime: 50 mins
AAA Travel Video Series - Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan 1994 NR - Runtime: 1 hr
Babe Winkleman's Fishing Secrets Volume Seven, Land of 100,000 Lakes: Manitoba Magic 1987 Unrated - Runtime: 50 mins
The Accessible Arctic - Churchill, Manitoba Unrated - Runtime: 23 mins
Travel Video of Canada: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan 1991 - Runtime: 1 hr
Prairie Rails, the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National in Saskatchewan and Manitoba 2011 - Runtime: 57 mins
Manitoba Monster Cats 2002 G - Runtime: 59 mins Starring: Captain Catfish Directed by: Don Sweet
Wiki information Manitoba:
Manitoba is a Canadian prairie province. The province, with an area of 649,950 square kilometres, has a largely continental climate, with thousands of lakes and many rivers. Agriculture, mostly concentrated in the fertile southern and western parts...
Winnipeg is the capital and largest city of the province of Manitoba, Canada. It is located near the longitudinal centre of North America, at the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers. The name Winnipeg comes from the Western Cree words for...