An American man is having his coffee, croissants,
bread, butter and jam at the breakfast table when
a Canadian sits down next to him.
The American ignores the Canadian who, nevertheless,
starts a conversation. "You American folk eat the
whole bread?" asks the Canadian with a large piece
of chewing gum in his mouth.
The Canadian blows a bubble with his chewing gum,
then remarks, "We don't. In Canada, we only eat
what's inside. We collect the crusts in containers,
recycle them, then transform them into croutons,
and sell them to the United States."
The Canadian has a smirk on is face. All the while,
the American listens in silence.
"Do ya eat jelly with the bread?" asks the Canadian.
The Canadian cracks his gum between his teeth and
chuckles, "We don't. In Canada, we eat fresh fruit
for breakfast and put all peel, seeds and leftovers
in containers, recycle them, then transform them into
jam, and sell it to the U.S."
"And, what do you Canadians do with condoms once
you've used them?" asks the American.
"We throw them away, of course," replies the Canadian,
with a dumbfounded look.
The American explains, "WE don't. In the U.S., we put
them in a container, recycle them, then melt them down
into chewing gum and sell it to Canada