Meanwhile... Canada Moose Vs. Norway Moose

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, January 23, 2019
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  • Kellie Thornton

    Kellie Thornton


    This is easily the best Meanwhile ever

  • Bill Baldwin

    Bill Baldwin

     3 days ago

    Lil' Donny horrified and we go again again again again again again again..

  • 黃姵樺


     4 days ago

    角 亞洲 是藝術品

  • Debbie Murphy

    Debbie Murphy

     4 days ago

    Oooooo Canada! I’m proud to be a Canadian.

  • James Park

    James Park

     5 days ago

    I love this dude the father of the microverse

  • Qas Perr

    Qas Perr

     6 days ago

    I was sorry to hear about the potatoes.

  • Gayle Sankey

    Gayle Sankey

     14 days ago

    I remember the beautifully decorated moose we had all over Toronto, majestic creature- the moose!

  • Tasman Millen

    Tasman Millen

     14 days ago

    You seriously missed a joke there. Potatoes are also always getting roasted, not just baked.

  • BadHombre


     14 days ago

    Beaver Scrotum..... You should swing by.

  • Bluebee Majarimenna

    Bluebee Majarimenna

     14 days ago

    'Reach out to young people' AKA 'child indoctrination'

  • Bluebee Majarimenna

    Bluebee Majarimenna

     14 days ago

    Mean and wily

  • write2pras84


     14 days ago

    I didn't get the seal in a wall joke. Can someone provide context please?

  • Jay Gray

    Jay Gray

     14 days ago

    hahaha thank you for letting everyone know the moose isn't the entire country's pride and joy - it's the Sasquatch. The 'squatch in Osoyoos is particularly impressive.

  • Creator Sama

    Creator Sama

     14 days ago +3

    "Potatoes have depression"

    And here you thought i was calling myself a potato as a comment on my appearance.

  • Marit Nathalie Sagbak

    Marit Nathalie Sagbak

     1 months ago

    I have it on good authority that the Norwegian moose’s name is Einar. -Isn’t that so Line Elizabeth Sagbak..? (Einar Elg) ;)

  • Jaymond Sperling

    Jaymond Sperling

     1 months ago

    I literally live in moosejaw

  • Marshall Rojas

    Marshall Rojas

     1 months ago

    As a Canadian I can say your incorrect that moose was our pride

  • Voffe


     1 months ago

    Im from Norway

  • B P

    B P

     1 months ago

    So the depressed potato bit is a whole journey into botany details, but basically potatoes don't "talk" like wild plants do. Wild plants often exchange nutrients and signals through fungal partner networks via the roots, or through the air with chemicals. Trees support each other in forests this way. Potatoes, being so specially bred, don't communicate, don't support each other, and don't utilize their fungal allies. The result, of course, is they are easily killed by disease and pests without the close care of gardeners. A solution is trying to crossbreed them with wild relatives to reintroduce the ability to communicate and network again

  • Kate B.

    Kate B.

     1 months ago

    LOL that Robby guy down in the comments mad as hell at the moose story. Offended and everythang.