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Canadian police forces chirping each other is what Twitter was made for

Over the last few years, Twitter has absolutely changed the world we live in.

Whether you like it or not, it’s become a major part of our lives online and along with Facebook, it’s now the main place for celebrities and organizations to communicate with their customers.

It also allows these celebrities and organizations to publicly communicate with each other, which have brought up some incredible moments in recent history.

A lot of that communication is friendly trash talk and whether it’s a pair of sports teams or Wendy’s and McDonald’s, it’s almost always hilarious.

That was the case again on Monday, as a trio of Canadian police forces used the social media platform for a funny little back and forth.

It started with the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) taking a little shot at Manitoba’s recent snowfall.

Both the Manitoba RCMP and Winnipeg Police shot back with great chirps and now we’re just waiting to hear from the VPD.

Here’s the back and forth:

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