Canadians rejoice, a new viral video has provided everyone with the tools to become stereotyped residents of Vancouver, which is to say yoga-pant wearing health nuts who always complain about the rain.
Comedians Matt Dennison and Jason Lucas of Vancouver, whose previous video "Sh*t Canadians Say, Eh?" went viral in 2012, posted a humour video mocking Vancouver residents this week entitled "How To Be A Vancouverite," and it's already been viewed more than 325,000 times on YouTube.
Warning: Video contains profanity, although it's censored with beeps.
The video shares simple but crucial tips to being just like everyone's favourite West-Coaster, namely pronouncing 'Vancouver,' 'Vangcouver' — emphasis on the 'g' — and complaining, often, about rain and real estate and gas prices and everything else, too.
However, it's important not to forget a few other details to complete your Vancouverite image, such as touting the merits of coconut water and kale, as well as adopting yoga and paddle boarding. The video also recommends bringing bike lanes into the forefront of your consciousness until you care about them. Like really care about them.
Dennison and Lucas, who work together as IFckingHateThat (IFHT), have also received media attention for their viral videos.
Lucas posted a behind-the-scenes look at two radio interviews he did with CBC and CKNW this week, in which he mentions one stereotype he might have missed in "How To Be a Vancouverite": marijuana.
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