These Two Guys Just Had The Most Delightfully Canadian Interaction You’ve Ever Seen

This is sort of magical.

Over the weekend, Ian Mendes, a radio host from Ottawa, tweeted about Donald Trump’s “pussy grabbing” video.

Over the weekend, Ian Mendes, a radio host from Ottawa, tweeted about Donald Trump’s “pussy grabbing” video.

Twitter: @ian_mendes

Then Mendes got a reply from Daniel Munro, an associate director for a non-profit called The Conference Board of Canada. Munro took issue with the way Mendes’ tweet seemed to put the responsibility on women to protect themselves from sexual assault.

Then Mendes got a reply from Daniel Munro, an associate director for a non-profit called The Conference Board of Canada. Munro took issue with the way Mendes' tweet seemed to put the responsibility on women to protect themselves from sexual assault.

Twitter: @dk_munro

But, possibly because both men are from Canada — the politest place on Earth — or because they’re just good guys, things DIDN’T turn into a massive argument!

But, possibly because both men are from Canada — the politest place on Earth — or because they're just good guys, things DIDN'T turn into a massive argument!

Twitter: @ian_mendes

Mendes said Munro made a great point, explained he was only talking about girls because he was the father of two girls, and then Munro apologized for jumping the gun.

Mendes said Munro made a great point, explained he was only talking about girls because he was the father of two girls, and then Munro apologized for jumping the gun.

Twitter: @dk_munro


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