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Canadian Flash

it's a bird... it's a plane... it's a maple leaf!
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This was a friends creative halloween character/costume. Super powers: fights crime, says "eh" and "aboot"
fatmess, Sep 29 2001

The Superhero and Supervillain Name Registration Office http://www.halfbake...gistration_20Office
The REAL Flash is not going to be impressed... [mrkillboy, Sep 29 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

The Lumberjack Song http://looney.physi...affy/monty/lumberjk
Maybe he could have a theme song too! [Cedar Park, Oct 04 2004]

Canadian Flash http://www.canadian...letter/2002/34.html
[thumbwax, Oct 04 2004]

Captain Canuck http://www.geocitie.../Study/4273/cc.html
[waugsqueke, Oct 04 2004]

joe canadian http://canada4life.ca/molson.php?ad=1
the canadian flash's alter ego? [mihali, Oct 04 2004]

the dumb american http://canada4life.ca/molson.php?ad=3
the canadian flash's arch-nemesis [mihali, Oct 04 2004]

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       Well, PeterSealy, perhaps you have never seen the Canadian Flash in full crime-fighting regalia: tasteful long-johns (long underwear) from the Sears Canada catalogue, flashy cape made from a flag supplied by Sheila Copps, mask which is really a snowmobiling balaclava from Canadian Tire, and Kodiaks (winter boots) from Workwear World.   

       Let's not forget his trusty sidekick, Maple Boy.
Canuck, Sep 30 2001
  

       How is this different from Bob and Doug McKenzie?
snarfyguy, Sep 30 2001
  

       I thought this was about a dirty old mountie in a raincoat
po, Sep 30 2001
  

       Oh . . . I thought maybe this was a notion to move Macromedia from San Francisco to Vancouver BC
bristolz, Sep 30 2001
  

       I think this Canadian Flash sounds really cool. What a great superhero and role model for kids. Not too violent but loaded with fun! I'm definately pro-maple leaf!
prima22, Oct 07 2001
  

       The Kodiak boots are key. Also, Canadian Flash has an unstoppable secret weapon: he throws rock hard pieroges!
lrs28, Oct 07 2001
  

       mmmmm... Timbits...
mighty_cheese, Oct 08 2001
  

       I heard she uses maple syrup as a defense mechanism
Siscereal, Feb 26 2003
  

       No, maple syrup is a Canadian WMD, a Weapon of Mass Delectation. Mmmmmm ... maple syrup ...
Canuck, Feb 27 2003
  

       Shouldn't Mable Syrup be his frail, old aunt who is constantly menaced by strange, mustachioed foreigners?
DrBob, Feb 27 2003
  

       Deadly accurate with a slingshot armed with those leaf-shaped maple sugar candies. Confuses enemy by continually switching knife and fork hands while eating. Always apologetic and rarely decisive. Currently overwintering in Florida.
lintkeeper2, Feb 27 2003
  
      
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