Apparently, that would be too much of a good guess:I vote for Puff the Magic Dragon
Oh, well I was just going on their Great White North album. I'm not Canadian and had to look up (years ago) what the heck "two four" even meant and I guess I got it wrong.I'm thinking not Mushtang, but we did call our cases Two Fours. In fact, the first Canadian long weekend spring holiday was known to us as the "May Two Four Weekend". Not always on that exact date, but close. It's hard to be sure, but it looks like the case in your photo is a beer made in Holland. The McKenzie Brothers videos always had Molson Canadian cases in them.
YES! Obviously it's too late, but this is what it should have been. It's brilliant and perfect, Mr. Geek (or may I call you Boat?) Maybe the next one.I'd go with Peregrine. Obvious references to the Falcon 9, but also means "wandering" particularly in the sense of a long journey. They can call it Pippin for short for the obligatory nerd references.
You can call me anything you like as long as you don’t call me late for dinner.YES! Obviously it's too late, but this is what it should have been. It's brilliant and perfect, Mr. Geek (or may I call you Boat?) Maybe the next one.
It's easy to understand your confusion. Heck, Canada can't even figure out the proper month in which to celebrate Thanksgiving!Oh, well I was just going on their Great White North album. I'm not Canadian and had to look up (years ago) what the heck "two four" even meant and I guess I got it wrong.
In their song Twelve Days of Christmas the lyric on day 6 says, "Six packs of Two-Four", but I had no idea what it was. So I thought it was a brand of beer. The image was just me doing a Google image search for "Two Four".
So a Two Four isn't a brand, it's a way of putting beer in a case?
I'd not thought of that...In the unfortunate event of her passing, will the holiday change when a new monarch comes into the picture?
If I was in charge, I’d be tempted to hold the holiday as it is now after QE2 passes. I don’t think that Charles would command the same loyalty and respect as a monarch. Maybe rename it, but keep the same day.I'd not thought of that...
Although I'm, I'm now a permanent US resident through the green card process, so I personally wouldn't really care if it remains the same or if it was changed. I suspect that my friends still living in Canada couldn't care much either as long as they continued to get a paid holiday! My best guess is that it will remain as May 24 for the sake of the very long-standing tradition of Canada's relationship with England, and also I feel very importantly for the fact that the "May Two Four" weekend term is so deeply instilled in all of Canadians. I'll keep wondering.
Thanks for making me think about this...