Quote by Steven Wright
When I was crossing the border into Canada, they asked if I hadany firearms with me. I said, Well, what do you need?
This quote showcases a humorous take on the seriousness of border control. The speaker, when questioned about firearms at the Canadian border, responds with sarcasm, suggesting a nonchalant approach to the question. The quote taps into the idea of differing attitudes towards firearms and cultural nuances around them, highlighting the difference between Canadian and American perspectives on the matter in a lighthearted manner. It serves as a playful commentary on the strict regulations surrounding border security while providing a humorous twist on expectations and assumptions.
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