Shared social norms do exist and therefore Canadian values exist, but the liberal mainstream can't admit this because they are too lazy to have any coherent values.
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(Initial theme: Let's Teach Social Norms with Old School PSAs)
As much as we look back (MST3K) at old PSAs and laugh, I assert we need them back. We took certain norms and habits for granted, and ignored the fact that others don't share the same standards of "common sense" that we assume most people do/should.
Social norms are a thing (libtards will tell you different.) Everyone has certain standards of behavior, and (especially in public) friction can arise when others do not share those standards.
I think we can admit that part of growing up, is learning and falling into line with social norms. E.g., loud talking, belching, being high in public, and general goofy shit is something most of us grew out of.
But any multi-culti society has few universally accepted social norms-- Phenomenologically similar a society of children.
So it's little wonder why many people are unhappy, even crazy, within them. There's too much "friction." The only was to void this friction, is to be utterly oblivious ignorant, child-like (i.e., libtards, most millennials, morons, brainwashed academics, etc.)
Believe it or not, some cultures do not consider bathing on a daily basis (or even just before going out in public) a norm. Montreal, Georgia.
Ambren Story, my impromptu PSA
Some PSA type messages I've thought about, furiously, while I was living in cities.
FYI, it makes some people uncomfortable when you:
-Get needlessly close to them
-Smell of strong food or body odour
-Invite them over to a pigsty
-Cough in their face
-Eat loudly (I admit there must be some give and take...)
-Walk into them on the side-walk for no fucking reason (see my "Odd Social Phenomenon -- Montrealers Aim at Strangers when Walking" https://yo…