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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#19 - radrussian
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Canada had LITTLE BEAR ************
#69 to #19 - twogirlscnecup
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#26 to #19 - profesoreoak
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i watch little bear when im gaming
#27 to #26 - heilmeinfuhrer **User deleted account**
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User avatar #29 to #27 - ohgodnotthebees
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Filthy Casual.
#70 to #26 - twogirlscnecup
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User avatar #184 to #70 - elguso
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lets stop rolling random images, ok?
95%of the time it isn't funny and gets you red thumbs, and the 5% where it dose work it usaly isn't worth it.
User avatar #195 to #184 - ilovehitler
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He's trying to get -2000 thumbs in 24 hours. Not green thumbs.
#196 to #195 - elguso
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then gods speed
#41 - baldpowa
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This was the first picture I made for FJ Long ago..
funnyjunk.com/channel/morbid-channel/Morbid+Folktale/lBluDyO/3#3
#72 to #41 - twogirlscnecup
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#37 - dennisc
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Bananas in Pajamas anyone? No? Okay.
#71 to #37 - twogirlscnecup
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User avatar #206 to #37 - kjeks
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BANANER I PYSJAMAS
User avatar #45 to #37 - niallinsnapbacks
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Nah man,
grapes in swimsuits.
User avatar #39 to #37 - PeterPickle
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...they're coming down the stairs...
User avatar #49 to #39 - calsamurai
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...they're coming down in pairs...
#102 to #49 - anon id: 86c930bb
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they're coming out of the closet.
#54 to #49 - anon id: 707458eb
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and that's how they became the prince of a town called bel-air
#134 - anino
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In Canada we had Robert Munsch
****** who wrote this book and many other books that were ****** awesome
But every time I read this book its impossible for me not to shed a goddamn tear
User avatar #151 to #134 - shayyman
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I liked the one with the snowsuit
#158 to #134 - anon id: 05f8fd71
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He came to my elementary school once...best day ever.
User avatar #161 to #134 - TurkeyCupcake
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His illustrator lived across the street from my friend until he was 14. I was so jealous of that ************.
#172 to #134 - anon id: 1993d218
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Every time I read that book. I would cry manly tears
User avatar #137 to #134 - joeylopezis
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So many tears were shed because of this book.
User avatar #138 to #134 - negativeone
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I have this book, and I love it...
User avatar #135 to #134 - szymonf
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i heard he was a cocaine addict
#83 - pooispancake
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Yo Dawg
User avatar #164 - drewbridge
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There're all really tragic. German kids had rough childhood stories

"Struwwelpeter" describes a boy who does not groom himself properly and is consequently unpopular.
In "Die Geschichte vom bösen Friederich" (The Story of Bad Frederick), a violent boy terrorizes animals and people. Eventually he is bitten by a dog, who goes on to eat the boy's sausage while he is bedridden.
In "Die gar traurige Geschichte mit dem Feuerzeug" (The Dreadful Story of the Matches), a girl plays with matches and burns to death.
In "Die Geschichte von den schwarzen Buben" (The Story of the Black Boys), Nikolas (that is, Saint Nicholas[4]) catches three boys teasing a dark-skinned boy. To teach them a lesson, he dips the three boys in black ink, to make them even darker-skinned than the boy they'd teased.
"Die Geschichte von dem wilden Jäger" (The Story of the Wild Huntsman) is the only story not primarily focused on children. In it, a hare steals a hunter's musket and eyeglasses and begins to hunt the hunter. In the ensuing chaos, the hare's child is burned by hot coffee and the hunter falls into a well, presumably to his death.
In "Die Geschichte vom Daumenlutscher" (The Story of the Thumb-Sucker), a mother warns her son not to suck his thumbs. However, when she goes out of the house he resumes his thumb sucking, until a roving tailor appears and cuts off his thumbs with giant scissors.
"Die Geschichte vom Suppen-Kaspar" (The Story of the Soup-Kaspar) begins as Kaspar, a healthy, strong boy, proclaims that he will no longer eat his soup. Over the next five days he wastes away and dies.
In "Die Geschichte vom fliegenden Robert" (The Story of the Flying Robert), a boy goes outside during a storm. The wind catches his umbrella and sends him to places unknown, and presumably to his doom.
#251 to #164 - madeitforthemusic
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Why do all German books begin with DIE GGNeiu cdds
User avatar #181 to #164 - lilcoin
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Thanks that was very interesting information
User avatar #187 to #181 - drewbridge
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Courtesy of wikipedia!
#46 - Turtleboner
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Rape
#111 - anon id: 48970fb9
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Winnie the Pooh is Canadian. Paddington bear is English.
#112 to #111 - alanthewhite
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>Born in London
>Lived in London
>Wrote in London
>Died in London
>Canadian
Okay.
#119 to #112 - miwauturu
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User avatar #143 to #112 - MarathonerX
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the bear its based on was owned by a canadian solider
#1 - kidwreckless
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Comment Picture
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#74 to #1 - twogirlscnecup
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#3 - qwacktastick
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#73 to #3 - twogirlscnecup
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