So this was at Coachella this past weekend. Joshua Jackson/Diane Kruger and Nina Dobrev/Ian Somerhalder hanging out together. As Duana
stated, this just goes to prove that it doesn't matter where you are in the world, Canadians will inevitably find and gravitate towards each other.
I can vouch for this theory based on past experience. Several years ago, my hubs and I took a little tropical trip down to the Bahamas. On our last day there, we went on a little island tour. As we got on the bus, my annoying husband (who was then my boyfriend) spills his steaming hot cup of coffee on the dude sitting in the row in front of us. Of course, J feels bad for being a fucking clutz (and not listening to me when I told him not to bring the fucking coffee on the tour bus) and apologizes to the guy. Then the guy surprises us by being so genuinely nice and easy going and accepting J's apology (which I chalk up to him being Canadian - we are polite people after all). We get to talking and we find out that they're Canadians and funny enough from BC! (I can't remember exactly where but I think it was near Prince George). Anyways, we hang with them during the tour and even agree to take a taxi with them when we get back to Ft. Lauderdale, coincidentally, there were on the same type of trip itinerary we were on.
So there you have it. Canadians will seek each other out. Now I just have to go on a trip to Europe to even further test this theory.
p.s. I keep hearing people sing the praises of Arcade Fire (they're one of the acts at Coachella). Am I the only one that doesn't really like their music? I fail to see what the big deal is about these dudes. Plus they keep flying that Quebecois flag high and proud. I get it. You're from Montreal. No need to keep jamming it down our throats. See this is the difference between people from Quebec and the rest of Canada. Anglo-Canadians will thank the country and fly the national flag. French-Canadians will only ever mention Quebec, never mind the country that it's in. Damn separatists.