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We’re glad you’re comfortable with your Canada Douchery.
We’ve been waiting for a video like this!
It’s hard to deny the atrocity that is the latest Sports Illustrated magazine cover featuring Kate Upton rocking a Canada Goose jacket. But as all readers know, Canada Douche is in the market of “talking shit.” Instagram user @Furfreela can articulate it better:
“Congrats @Sportsillustrated! You’ve managed to objectify both women and animals in one photo! Question, isn’t the SI swimsuit issue supposed to be a magazine full of supermodels wearing itty bitty bikinis?
Why on earth would SI feature real fur on the cover of their skimpy bathing suit issue?
What a baneful choice in featuring such a morally inferior company like Canada Goose. Their abominable display of animal cruelty is no secret. @canadagoose_inc is known worldwide for their cruel, unnecessary, and abundant display of animal cruelty.
Each year in Canada, over 100,000 coyotes are trapped and killed in cruel leg-hold, Conibear and snare traps. In agony and confusion, animals often break teeth and bones trying to escape. Canada Goose chooses to trap and kill coyotes, but thousands upon thousands of non-target animals (yes, even companion animals) are victims of these heinous traps. The animals have three option. Try to chew off their trapped body part. Bleed, freeze, or starve to death. Or wait in agony to be “dispatched” by the trapper. Again, this is all for a piece of decorative trim for an overpriced coat.
Please do not buy this issue and do not support Canada Goose. If you must “ooh and ahh” over supermodel’s bodies, choose a different publication. The Internet is full of FREE bathroom material, don’t buy this rubbish. (By the way SI, you can count on a strongly worded letter to the editor from yours truly)”
@Furfreela hit the nail on the head with “managing to objectify women and animals in one photo.” Canada Douchery is all fun and games, yes, but when you break it down and look at what hundreds of thousands of animals go through just so that stuck up douchebags can look “fly,” that’s just disgusting. It’s about time consumers thought more about the BRANDS they CHOOSE to represent.
Check out this “when the duck face goes horribly wrong” Canada Douche!
Let’s take a break from all the pictures and let me tell you a story:
I was standing outside of a Starbucks not too long ago and to my left this elderly man yells out the door, “Hey, you just spilled coffee all over my jacket”
Confused over what was going on, I notice he’s directing his message to this 30-something-year-old dude pushing a stroller. Stroller pusher responds, “Oh did I? Sooooooorry. But you don’t need to be a fucking DICK ABOUT! SUCK MY FUCKING DICK!!!”
The elderly gentleman, looking confused, retreats back into Starbucks.
What does this have to do with Canada Douche? The stroller pusher was wearing a Canada Goose jacket.
I think this story speaks volumes to someone’s Canada Douchery…
1. Respect your elders.
2. Don’t swear around the babies.
3. Calm the fuck down Canada Douche! It was YOUR bad. Are you really that almighty that you can’t admit your fault and respond like a civil human being?
Err, it’s hard to say unless you express the brand in order to uncover whether the brand has an underlying reputation or not.
Hahaha we’ve never expressed that what we’re doing isn’t douche. So your little rant isn’t exactly a revelation.
And why are we still doing it? Well if people still want content then we’ll provide it. If people are lol-ing about the word Canada Douche all over Twitter and in public, we’re going to feed that demand.
Of course our lives aren’t hindered by a jacket but it’s hard to deny the annoyance that Canada Douches exude. And since it’s annoying, it affects us in one way or another but not to the point that our lives revolve around Canada Douche. Here at Canada Douche we are young professionals and do this stuff in our spare time. Other than reading news, Facebook, listening to music, chatting, watching prawn, what else is there to do on the Internet?
OH YEAH! ENGAGE IN WEB 2.0 and blogging. The only difference with us is that it is satirical - not meant to be taken so serious. You either change the Internet world or you don’t. Why not just be happy that something like this kind of had an impact?
And we’ve been doing it for years, yeah I guess but that tells you that we enjoy sharing our opinions with the world (mostly Toronto) and as a result Canada Douche is synonymous with Canada Goose. That has to count for something right?
Now get off your high horse. Stop trying to psychoanalyze our intentions. We started Canada Douche for shits and giggles!
13-years-old and considering buying a CD? How the hell do you have enough money for a Canada Douche jacket? When I was 13 the most expensive thing I thought about buying were those shoes that light up.
But since at your age whatever I say will have a significant effect on you, just don’t act like an ass while wearing one.
Why do particularly fobbish asians wear Canada Douche and Moose Knuckles?
-Lack of fashion sense.
-Lack of asian celebrities to inspire them.
Dunno, one of life’s anomalies.
You should be a lawyer. You’d be a shitty one though. Just sayin’.