Welcome to my second “Recommended” series. Here, you’ll find various sites and channels that I’ve been enjoying and wanted to share with you. With so many people currently looking to find ways to be more self sufficient or prepared for emergencies, that will be the focus for most of these, but I’ll also be adding a few that are just plain fun. Please feel free to leave a comment or make your own recommendation. I hope you enjoy these!
Okay, here’s a recommendation that’s on the fun side of things. Here we’ve got some solid Canadian humour from a farmer in Saskatchewan.
I seem to be finding a lot of really great people in Saskatchewan.
Before I even link to the channel, I’ll just quote their disclaimer from the About page.
If you like to laugh and cannot be easily offended, you had better get watching.
Quick Dick recommends not watching if:
-You are a child
-You have children near you
-You are easily offended
-You hate laughing and have no sense of humour
With that out of the way, I’d like to recommend the Quick Dick McDick YouTube channel.
Any cattle farmer will understand this one.
All humour aside, there is a serious message at the end of this one.
This channel has been around since 2019, before the beard reached its full magnificence. With the issues we’ve been having here, I of course appreciated this old video.
I could really, really related to this next one…
Especially while trying to give directions to delivery companies. 😀
I gotta admit; I was laughing so hard, I was crying over this next one.
For the record, I love our Grader Guy. He does a great job. Also, there are 3 shorts in total in the above video. I love the third one, too. 😀
Of course, politics are fair game.
Yeah, a lot of Canadians can relate. Alas, things did not work out for the better, and have only gotten worse.
While more and more of us will be relying on Saskatchewan Currency.
For those who wish to support the channel, there is a website Quick Dick McDick where merchandise can be purchased, and there are links to various social media to follow.
Check out the channel for more irreverent Canadian humour!