Americans are so...Wait a min!!. Waiting on a sea of red thumbs... YES THEY ARE THAT STUPID ll . new hymn: ' Europa sump. Europe/ Russia Great emutu ml: much we corrected
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#18 - chubbisavior
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At last I know it wasn't one of ours
#53 to #18 - anon id: b4995a43
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At last you do
#37 - pornoranger
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even if the plugs were not grounded and would sink all the people inside the pool would be perfectly safe. they do not serve as a relevant conductor. the fuse might bite the dust, detaining even intentional attempts of eletrocution, but apart from that inconvenience nothing would happen. you are all just whiney "americunts" and "eurofags". you know why you hate each other so much? because you are alike in every measurable way apart from your accents. now go **** yourselves.
#45 to #37 - easternqb
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User avatar #61 to #37 - majormoron
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I wish I had the gif of John stewart and Steven sipping the tea and saying bravo.

It expresses how awesome you are.
#90 to #61 - barhah
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This one?
This one?
User avatar #187 to #90 - majormoron
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Yep! Thank you kind sir!
#150 to #37 - ylegrand
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FARADAY's CAGE YAAAAYYYYYY

so, what you are saying is the guys who did it were incredibly smart.
#153 to #150 - pornoranger
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no. i said go **** yourselves ;)
#154 to #153 - ylegrand
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Yes it, couldn't have been Americans, they are not intelligent enough to understand the faraday cage!
#41 to #37 - wykkid
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Comment Picture
User avatar #43 to #37 - armageddonite
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Oh really?
Video games released in America have considerably less censorship than Europe. We are more depraved than Europe and we are proud of out depravity.
User avatar #98 to #43 - iliketires
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Games in America are less censored when it comes to violence yes, but sexual content is way more censored in America then Europe.
#135 to #98 - anon id: 1b6c970a
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i'd rather have my normal FPS experience than just to see pixel boobs in a video game with rainbow colored unicorns and flower instead of a gun.

if we want sexual content we watch porn
#39 - iforgotmyothername
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They're german.
#194 to #39 - schnickelfritz
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and they live only 18 miles away from me. funnyjunk can't make it into real life....
and they live only 18 miles away from me. funnyjunk can't make it into real life....
User avatar #172 to #39 - nustix
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They are from steinfurt.
#56 - flozzier
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Are you stupid?? You talk about Europe like it's a country.. Europe is NOT a country you retard!
Are you stupid?? You talk about Europe like it's a country.. Europe is NOT a country you retard!
User avatar #65 to #56 - freespeech
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But people from Europe as a whore referred to as Europeans. You act like we don't do that to blacks in Africa.
twat.
User avatar #156 to #65 - hudis
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Europeans rarely call themselves Europeans as a cultural identity, though. It's more common to hear someone say "I am from Europe" or "I am [insert nationality]".
User avatar #198 to #156 - freespeech
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I know, but we aren't all Europeans here now are way?
User avatar #66 to #56 - blamie
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Albania Andorra Armenia Austria Azerbaijan Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Republic of Moldova Monaco Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russian Federation San Marino Serbia Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland ''The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia'' Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom
Are all the countries in the "Council of Europe" and for all intensive purposes are Europe's whole.
Now for a size comparison:
USA:
9,631,418 km²
3,718,711 sq mi
Europe:
10,390,000 km²
4,010,000 sq mi
So ALL of Europe is about 1 Texas bigger than the United States. That alone makes the continent comparable to the country, but if you REALLY want to get in to it, politically speaking, most of Europe acts through The European Council or through the EU the way any one other sovereign state does and the countries are so economically intertwined (Ex: Germany keeping the ENTIRE EU afloat) that its basically one body. TL;DR: Europe kinda the same as a country in spite of being a continent.
User avatar #94 to #66 - hudis
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You're forgetting lingual, cultural and political barriers.
User avatar #112 to #94 - Whaaaaaaaaa
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like America. B)
User avatar #149 to #112 - hudis
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It's not the same. The defined differences of those three factors between neighbouring countries in Europe are often far greater than those between, say, California and the state of New York. The largest difference is perhaps that most Americans identify as American, whereas I've never met anyone from Europe in my life who identifies as European. It's not something you can really identify with because it has no distinguished cultural weight, it's just a continent in which a lot of countries happen to be part of an arguably mutually beneficial political and economic union (which does not mean we're all governed by the same body, I hasten to add).

The U.S. is united by currency, language, government, history, the American umbrella-culture, etc. Few European countries are united by any of these things.
User avatar #184 to #149 - fathis
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I guess it's the same as in the UK, you hardly hear someone say they're British: English, Welsh, Scottish, Irish are the ones used despite the fact that they're all under the same commonwealth - Britain. But whoever says Europe is kinda the same country (the dude a couple of posts above me) is a complete and utter idiot. It may be merging, intertwining, etc...But that's only because of Globalization and of socio-economic advantages brought by being close to each other. If you're basing a country's identity through its political and economic systems, again, like the guy a couple of posts above (the "1 texas bigger" post) you're an idiot.

Also, those plugs are used in Italy as well: we utilise a lot of German products with German plugs and it is very common to see an Italian household with multiple adapters for kitchen and general utensils.

The US has hardly any political, cultural or lingual barriers: if any of you say immigrants I'll ******* destroy you over the internet because everyone has immigrants, you may have more but as every US citizen they are required to know the language and the history of the country to get a citizenship. Thus, correct me if I'm wrong - you do a lot more to abolish these barriers compared to most European countries who just ship immigrants back and forth among countries.

Finally, still in reply to the guy a couple of lines above me - size is nothing hun, I know you're hung up on it but trust me, the size of a country only determines how economically strong it is, and that is still to an extent. How is Russia at all comparable to the US under any shape or form? Or china for that reason. Your argument is invalid - Europe is nowhere near being a country. Sure it's closer than most but trust me, nobody likes being that intertwined because of the €uro. Plus we get retarded Americans saying Europe is a country which gets our panties in a twist and we don't like that.

Inb4 European fag

TL DR That guy a couple of posts above me is wrong.
#107 to #56 - wheresthefudge
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You know, people always say that. But there are a lot of parallels between how the EU interacts with the various European states  and the way America's early federal government interacted with the various American states (which were their own countries at one time).
You know, people always say that. But there are a lot of parallels between how the EU interacts with the various European states and the way America's early federal government interacted with the various American states (which were their own countries at one time).
User avatar #57 to #56 - emppilaf [OP]
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I talk about Europe the way I do, because it's a lot easier than naming off the but ton of countries that it consist of.....retard...
User avatar #59 to #57 - flozzier
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The fact, that Denmark is a part of Europe, makes this post retarded...
#60 to #56 - PVTDickStryker
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He didnt call Europe a country...
#58 to #56 - stgfilitov
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Everyone get's what he's saying but you.
#34 - mygreetings
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It's just so happy
#47 to #34 - helpmedudes
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User avatar #55 to #47 - hoponthefeelstrain
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grumpy outlet?
#106 to #55 - norville
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no looks more horrified than grumpy
#77 - sequel
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Canada unrelated.
User avatar #87 to #77 - shockstorm
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Speaking for my country, I only have one thing to say:


Sorry.
User avatar #117 to #87 - holycrapimacupcake
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Canada?
User avatar #165 to #117 - shockstorm
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Indeed.
#119 - mrperyite **User deleted account**
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on a side note, the denmark power sockets look pretty funny, like little, happy ghosts
#62 - tazzerz
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Atleast it wasent us.
#38 - antistar
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Another version
#127 to #38 - anon id: 4937dcfb
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A whole continent? Hmmm, I don't know if that's right
#155 to #38 - killerofcows
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except it isn't that one either, looks much more like the german one
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#4 to #2 - anon id: 79449dcc
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thats funny... from my memory there are both born in the UK and the UK is in Europe..... so both are Europe.... your move mofo.....
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User avatar #6 to #2 - bersrker
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So are so many things wrong with this picture...not funny wrong, I mean stupid and dumb wrong...
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#10 to #8 - solidor
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Am I being retarded and unable to pick up sarcasm, or do you seriously think these two men are one in the same?
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User avatar #12 to #2 - onceuponagary
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But Hugh Laurie is British