I am a 17 year old female who is spending the holiday break on Reddit. I will answer ALL questions. Ask me absolutely anything!

Good morning!

Questions from a slightly drunk Canadian (who for some reason is listening to Czech pop music) (okay maybe more than slightly drunk):

  1. Your opinion on maple syrup (those maple cookies don't count as they are nasty and anything within a 1 metre radius will absorb their abhorrent flavour).
  2. Your opinion of the (in my opinion, incredibly unrealistic) minimum drinking age of 21 (I'm assuming you're American since you are calling University 'college')?
  3. Cheese. Any favourite kind of fancy-ass cheese? I'm quite partial to Raclette, due to it being relatively cheap ($15/kg) and being very tasty both solid and melted. Manchego is also bloody amazing but fucking expensive (>$30/kg).
  4. Ever watched any British comedy panel shows? Examples being QI, Mock the Week, Have I Got News for You, Would I Lie to You, Big Fat Quiz of the Year, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, 8 Out of 10 Cats, The News Quiz, etc. If not, I would definitely recommend watching them, they are quite amusing, although it may take a while to get all of the references, as their main points are British television and British politics (I think I know more about UK politics than my own now). Something something Ed Miliban bacon sandwich
  5. Favourite candy? Mine's Life Savers Gummies. [Looks up said product] OH MY GOD THEY MAKE SOUR LIFE SAVERS GUMMIES!! Gaah! now I need to go on /r/snackexchange .
  6. Why the hell are American Universities mostly in these small towns in the middle of nowhere? In Canada, almost all of the Unis are in major cities, with the 3 best Universities being located in the downtown cores of the 3 largest cities (U of T: Toronto ON, McGill: Montreal QC, UBC: Vancouver BC). Montreal itself has 173,000 uni students in the four universities in and around the downtown core despite undergrad degrees in my province only being 3 years (years 2 to 4 for you, if you want I can elaborate on our strange education system).
  7. Describe for me the perfect sandwich.
  8. Holy fuck it's 5AM, I need to go to sleep. It's a good thing I don't get hangovers...

Back to the 21 alcohol limit, how do people even do that? The way we treat our freshmen is with free beer, lots of free beer. In fact, at the beginning of this semester, our faculty's student association spent $10,000 on beer (roughly 450 24-cases of beer). They/we also host parties involving alcohol on University property, and have a bar within the main building where classes are.

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