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1 hour ago, Guardguy89 said:

"Les" just means "The" in French.  So  it's not that all our corps names started with Les - kinda like "The Cavaliers" or "The Blue Devils"..... and yes, we are much more uninhibited when it comes to our bodies in Canada - changing outside right in the middle of a full parking lot was just normal to us - I always found it weird how Americans reacted to this - especially when I went and marched an American corps - good times - hahahaha

Mike, I think that the "uninhibition"  applied only to Quebec corps - I found that Ontarians also considered us wierd. 

 

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2 hours ago, Guardguy89 said:

"Les" just means "The" in French.  So  it's not that all our corps names started with Les - kinda like "The Cavaliers" or "The Blue Devils"..... and yes, we are much more uninhibited when it comes to our bodies in Canada - changing outside right in the middle of a full parking lot was just normal to us - I always found it weird how Americans reacted to this - especially when I went and marched an American corps - good times - hahahaha

Thought Les was just one of the old O boys in the corps, thanks for the education.

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