[Rob Ford, celebrating the Canadian women's hockey team's overtime gold-medal win yesterday.]
People spend their whole lives looking for something to love like Canadians love hockey. So what happens when you throw in a sudden death win for a gold medal?
Above is Canada's Tim and Sid on simulcast. Knock knock, who's there, GOLD MEDAL IN THE FACE, THAT'S WHO'S THERE.
Here's Rob Ford, having a blast:
And here are the Edmonton Oilers, watching live:
The Canadian embassy in Washington D.C.:
Here's a video we can't embed of a bar-full of Canadians losing it for a full two minutes, and here are students in George Brown College, in Toronto:
Here's a group of very friendly looking folks, and one miserable guy:
Is this after school? Is this, uh, what Canadian schools do every day?
Yep, this is just what Canadian high schools are up to today:
Halifax Mooseheads before practice:
Havergal College, an all-girls school from pre-K to 12:
This one from York University is less uproarious than kind of sweet:
Is this a science class?
Far more advanced air-hump game here:
And just for some balance, here's the U.S. reaction:
We'll add more reactions as we see them, so send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or just leave them in the discussions.