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Imoten IT' S (.' PIN@ Eil ite
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#24 - allamericandude (10/21/2013) [+] (14 replies)
They called it "soccer".
User avatar #3 - blueturdi (10/21/2013) [+] (42 replies)
User avatar #4 to #3 - mymiddleleg (10/21/2013) [-]
That's how it's suppose to be
#26 - paradoxrocks (10/21/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I believe that "British Problems" are referred to as "Britissues"
#116 - mojotion (10/22/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Clearly there's commie propaganda at play
#49 - MDrDeathC (10/22/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Realise vs. realize
Realise and realize are different spellings of the same word, and both are used to varying degrees throughout the English-speaking world. Realize is the preferred spelling in American and Canadian English, and realise is preferred outside North America. The spelling distinction extends to all derivatives of the verb, including realised/realized, realising/realizing, and realisation/realization.

Although realize is now regarded by many in the U.K. and Australasia as the American spelling, it is not an Americanism. In fact, the -ize spelling variant is older than -ise—realize predates the United States and Canada by nearly two centuries—and has been the preferred spelling throughout most of the word’s history in English. If we can believe the ngram below, which graphs the use of realize and realise in British books and journals published between 1800 and 2000, realise had a brief ascendancy in British English from the late 19th century through the early 20th, but realize was preferred before around 1875 and is again preferred today—perhaps because of the influence of dictionaries like Oxford, Cambridge, and Collins, which encourage -ize over -ise.

Suck crumpet.
User avatar #74 - ihatecarltonbanks (10/22/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Tried to be english.

Couldn't accept that there are other humans in the world who things differently and that that doesn't mean they are wrong.
#150 - trevanman ONLINE (10/22/2013) [+] (15 replies)
you don't need milk in your tea.
just sugar
#163 to #150 - specialone (10/22/2013) [-]
How barbaric.
#256 - munyman (10/22/2013) [-]
English (Simplified)
#58 - Mixx (10/22/2013) [+] (7 replies)
I drink my tea WITHOUT ANY MILK!!! (:<
I drink my tea WITHOUT ANY MILK!!! (:<
#275 - hanabro (10/22/2013) [-]
Be British stoner.

Can't celebrate 4/20 because the date is wrong.
#82 - anonymous (10/22/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Replying as anonymous so I don't have to get notifications from any of you nationality fags.
English is it's own language. American English is it's own language. England and the United States are two DIFFERENT countries. Stop comparing the ******* two like the little faggots you all are.
In England it's 30/12/13
In the US it's 12/30/13
******* . Deal. With. It.
Honour, colour, and favourite is correct in ENGLAND.
Honor, color, and favorite is correct in the US.
Aluminum and Aluminium are the same ******* thing.
Soccer was originally used in England so stop ******* thinking you're so ******* great with ******* football. There are more countries than the ******* US that says soccer or some other name so shut the **** up.
Take the ******* buttplugs out of your asses and shut the **** up about where the **** you are from. What the hell have you ever done to commit to your stupid ass country? Didn't think so. So shut the **** up, everyone.
#50 - bitchesbanthymine (10/22/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Hey girl, why is my bed like an incorrect American spelling of words such as colour, honour, and flavour?

Because U should be there but you're not.
#97 - feelythefeel (10/22/2013) [-]
**** pisses me off when I try to type colour.
#56 - aerious (10/22/2013) [+] (5 replies)
And for 						*****					 sake stop calling it soccer!
And for ***** sake stop calling it soccer!
User avatar #104 to #76 - aerious (10/22/2013) [-]
It's a quote from a movie, Green Street Hooligans. I have no problem with either way of saying it
#13 - anticitezenone (10/21/2013) [+] (6 replies)
MFW I've been tricked my entire life into thinking "Aluminium" is spelled "Aluminum"
#23 - nanako (10/21/2013) [+] (13 replies)
I so have to agree with that second one.

The language is called ENGLISH. it comes from ENGLAND. it should damn well have an english flag, really, but the union jack is fine too since it actually contains the english flag.

i'm actually scottish, but credit where it's due, come on guys :<
User avatar #113 - giveupnow (10/22/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I am american but it really pisses me off when things have the us flag for the english language mainly because that is ******* retarded and entirely incorrect.
User avatar #188 to #113 - xgarthx (10/22/2013) [-]
Or maybe, just maybe, perhaps that it is talking about American English, you know in which things are spelled as they are in the American dictionary, or the American way. As you know America has invented words.
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#154 to #2 - restfullwicked ONLINE (10/22/2013) [-]
Tries to act superior about slavery.

segregation, the KKK, lynchings, forced labour, the assassination of martin luther king, Torture of black citizens, great indian "wars" and just plain being a dick.

i would remind you that in the forties when you eventually joined the second world war, the british public flipped out because you punished black soldiers for dancing with british women.
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