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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - stealthnull
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(02/16/2013) [-]
I don't know why...but i read his shirt with a british accent in my head...
User avatar #13 to #1 - freakyorange
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I do this for everything. Funny part is, I'm American, and have never been to England.
#31 to #1 - filipskit
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User avatar #37 to #31 - boydaranga
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It's like there is some kind of hive mind, and it just got zapped with a cow prod.

(im talking about the gif :3)
User avatar #2 to #1 - captainthunderfart
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I always do that! Though it might have something to do with the fact im English.
#17 to #2 - anon id: 26deb65f
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But he said a British accent...
User avatar #35 to #17 - steedawwg **User deleted account**
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There is not a specified British accent. Therefore, an English accent can be accounted for as a British accent.
User avatar #44 to #17 - thedarkhavok
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What do you think constitutes a British accent? Somebody who lives in the entirety of Britain at once? A British accent is any accent within Britain, which, surprise surprise, includes England.
User avatar #57 to #44 - Seventeen
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while you are correct, however pedantic, saying somebody has a british accent is like saying somebody has a european accent. when americans say british accent, 9 times out of 10 they mean english accent. i wonder if most americans have even heard a welsh accent, or a glasweigen accent. they're british too but completely different; in the case of glasgow, i can't even understand a lot of them and i live on the scottish border.
User avatar #67 to #57 - thedarkhavok
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That was my point, he was implying that a British accent is entirely different to an English accent, when the reality is that English accents are inclusive to British accents. Although yes, indeed, most people say 'British accent' when they essentially mean English.
#7 - hydrosbro
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#39 to #7 - irvea
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you should add '************** just for the drama
#80 to #7 - pootington
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#3 - secretmouse
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Good for him!
Good for him!
#11 - mishaestrin
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User avatar #18 - snakefire
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(02/17/2013) [-]
>Put on shirt
>teleport to steven speilburg
#5 - swittig
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hfw
hfw
#29 - xdjerredlongxd
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"With a great amount of power, there also comes great difficulties." - Steve Jobs
User avatar #30 to #29 - tkdftw
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>Difficulties is not a synonym of responsibility
>Using the word "great"
you'redoinitwrong.jpg
#33 to #30 - xdjerredlongxd
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User avatar #91 to #33 - tkdftw
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I'm saying it should have been "With alot of power, you also take on lots of obligations." or something like that. You're supposed to say something completely different from the actual quote, but using words that mean the same thing. Difficulties does not mean the same thing as "Responsibility".
#93 to #91 - xdjerredlongxd
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#52 - tuckthisphit
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Well,this sure looks like the face of mercy.
#56 to #52 - anon id: 3ed87fa4
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that to me, is the face of a man who has had all of his dreams come true at once, and doesn't know whether to laugh or cry. what a man
#58 to #56 - tuckthisphit
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you.
you tricked me.
#47 - anon id: 4773539d
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so anons are now called phanact? I have to see this
#48 to #47 - trolololer
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HAHAHAHAHA
HAHAHAHAHA
#90 to #48 - trolololer
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Oh now they changed it again
User avatar #61 to #47 - emismpunk
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I bet you that the real phanact is getting so many worthless alerts right now. It must be driving him crazy.
User avatar #49 to #47 - poniesareghey
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hue
#38 - maystorm
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