Stupid people everywhere. . Kevin Faorite updated HIE Carver chum. about a manute my 6 american flag and weird looking parrot. England - Lion Russia - Bear China - Tiger USA - Weird looking parrot Stupid people everywhere Kevin Faorite updated HIE Carver chum about a manute my 6 american flag and weird looking parrot England - Lion Russia Bear China Tiger USA Weird
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#6 - Steinwolf
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England - Lion   
Russia - Bear   
China - Tiger   
USA - Weird looking parrot
England - Lion
Russia - Bear
China - Tiger
USA - Weird looking parrot
#43 to #6 - anon id: 4eee9b08
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*China would be dragon or panda
Thailand - Elephant
Singapore - Lion shapeshifter
Indonesia - Garuda bird
#44 to #43 - envinite
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"Indonesia -Garuda bird"

It's Komodo you filthy Japanese raider
User avatar #129 to #44 - anonomoz
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Indonesia's national animal symbol is Garuda idiot
Komodo is like signature tourism animal
User avatar #167 to #129 - dutchbag
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The Komodo dragon is our former bitch's national animal.
#53 to #6 - anon id: 1c1ff321
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Wrong India - Tiger faggot
User avatar #59 to #53 - zedd
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I thought India loved cows.
#55 to #6 - anon id: 475be03d
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Denmark - Swarn,,,,,, yes the vikings have a faggot bird 'cus we are so manly.
#57 to #6 - anon id: 475be03d
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Denmark - A Swarn, yes the vikings chose a faggot bird, 'cus thats how manly we are :D
User avatar #82 to #57 - wildmythos
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I had an intense standoff with a big ******* swan once.
#75 to #6 - xpeh
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Russians also have the ******* double-headed eagle.
User avatar #87 to #75 - Steinwolf
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That's to do with Chernobyl I guess.
#119 to #6 - djoka
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Actually Russia-Two headed eagle
#72 to #6 - nnightfire
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Dutch lion is best lion
User avatar #131 to #6 - minishadow
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Wales - Dragon.. yay..
User avatar #21 to #6 - bulbakip
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This was a very awesome look-up. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_national_animals
User avatar #37 to #6 - WolfPrince
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Apparently the Unicorn is Scotland's national animal.
Pretty interesting.
#151 to #6 - machinegecko
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I love how England's is Lions yet they don't have any lions living naturally in the country
I love how England's is Lions yet they don't have any lions living naturally in the country
User avatar #166 to #151 - onionbubs
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Pugs arent very intimidating
User avatar #173 to #166 - foelkera
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Corgis are kinda aggressive
User avatar #156 to #151 - Jewssassin
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what the **** is that supposed to be?
#172 to #156 - pedobearson
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Damned terrifying, to me.
#86 to #6 - ilikecows **User deleted account**
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*ahem*
#66 to #6 - odonnell
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Glorious unicorn master-race.
#98 to #66 - hewhomtrolls
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our animal is actually a heroin needle with legs
#103 to #98 - anon id: cee179ab
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The drug use isn't actually that bad though, its only the ******* areas of Glasgow and Paisley like Easterhouse, Pollok, Kilmarnock, Foxbar etc. Its more like a bottle of buckfast with legs.
#104 to #103 - hewhomtrolls
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maybe chuck on a burberry cap for good luck
User avatar #11 to #6 - arrisarrad
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China's more of a dragon, the tiger would be India.
User avatar #14 to #11 - dfrompeg
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I think India would be the elephant, or maybe Thailand, but yeah China would be the dragon.
User avatar #26 to #14 - fistoftheaxis
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Actually, the national animal of India is the Bengal Tiger.
User avatar #99 to #26 - lightness
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No its the thai elephant.
User avatar #15 to #14 - arrisarrad
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Pssht! There are more "Indian" elephants in Indochina than in India. The Bengali tiger though, that's been their symbol for ages and it's only found naturally in the Indian subcontinent. If anyone had the elephant it'd be Thailand, Indonesia, or someplace in Africa.
User avatar #52 to #6 - grantanater
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England is a leopard, scotland is a lion.
#73 to #52 - lordmoldywart
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User avatar #76 to #73 - grantanater
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"The animals which Richard I had three of on his shirt were leopards. At the time they were not aware of the difference between lions and leopards. In heraldry, a leopard is always sideways on and in that particular shape you now see on England football shirts in what is known as passant gardant. This means that Frank Skinner and David Baddiel's song "Three Lions" is totally wrong. In Scotland they use a rampant lion which is standing on two legs." -stephan fry, QI season 1 episode 3
#78 to #76 - lordmoldywart
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Who cares what they were originally? Whether Richard wore lions or leopards, it doesn't matter.   
   
There are lions on our coat of arms, deal with it.
Who cares what they were originally? Whether Richard wore lions or leopards, it doesn't matter.

There are lions on our coat of arms, deal with it.
User avatar #81 to #78 - grantanater
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Did you even read the quote? if it's side ways like that then it's a leopard.
User avatar #90 to #81 - lordmoldywart
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Does that look like a leopard to you?
User avatar #93 to #90 - grantanater
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It's not whether it looks like it or not, that's what it is. for **** sake, is that such a hard concept to grasp?
#94 to #93 - lordmoldywart
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Yes it is about what it looks like, whether it's side ways or not, if it looks like a lion and nothing like a leopard, it's a ******* lion

Here's some 'au de common sense', spray yourself with it
User avatar #122 to #6 - bighairyfart
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lions, tigers & bears! OH MY!
User avatar #7 to #6 - iamwilldabeast
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Canada- Beaver... oh Canada we love our beaver..
#12 to #7 - arrisarrad
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We love Canadian beaver here in America too!
User avatar #51 to #12 - huszti
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as a German, i find this statement a bit disturbing.

Beaver - Biber (pronounced the same as Bieber)
User avatar #63 to #51 - haaaxderp
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bieber is canadian, too
User avatar #64 to #63 - huszti
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the disturbing part was more the loving part.
User avatar #65 to #64 - haaaxderp
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"we love OUR bieber"
it's equally disturbing.
User avatar #140 to #7 - canadafag
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I thought it was moose.
User avatar #171 to #140 - iamwilldabeast
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Nah, we just have a dick-tonne of moose here, but the official national animal is a beaver.
#38 - biowolves
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User avatar #97 to #38 - plainarcane **User deleted account**
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How were ancient Scandinavian people even aware that lions existed? Lions are indigenous to Africa.
User avatar #158 to #97 - wakeup
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the symbols are not ancient, but old for sure. I'm pretty sure these symbols are from after the viking period, and even during the viking period, vikings could travel far enough to see a lion.
User avatar #155 to #97 - octaviano
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Dude, they had Lions in ancient Rome for a reason.
And the word 'Barbarians' came because the Roman people only understood 'Ba-ba-ba' from the other languages they spoke.
So they might have taken a visit or spread a word or something.
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They had lions in ancient Rome because the Romans captured them and brought them back to Rome. But Africa, for the ancient Romans, was just on the other side of the Mediterranean sea. I know there's no way that ancient Nords ever ventured as far as Africa.
User avatar #115 to #97 - skumbaner
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They're probably based of griffons.
User avatar #137 to #115 - plainarcane **User deleted account**
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And griffons are based off of lions.
User avatar #161 to #137 - skumbaner
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Griffons are based off eagles.
User avatar #168 to #161 - plainarcane **User deleted account**
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And lions. Griffons are half eagle, half lion.
User avatar #169 to #168 - skumbaner
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Maybe the scandinavians made a creature that just happened to look half eagle and half lion without knowing it.
#148 to #137 - anon id: f7a87f05
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Im norwegian, and they are lions, been the same for hundreds of years. Maybe the creators got their ideas from national geographic or something
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#149 to #38 - mattseven
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Canada has a lion partying with a unicorn. BEAT THAT!
User avatar #56 to #38 - chaosnazo
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One dancing lion

WITH AN AXE!
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#49 to #38 - varric
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#33 - aconitumanthora
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If I had to choose a animal to represent my country, I'd take the honey badger, because the honey badger don't care, honey badger don't give a ****, he just fights jackals, invades beehives, eats cobras. Gets bitten by a cobra, dies for half an hour and wakes up again feeling great. Honey badger is the ****!
#89 to #33 - bookyle
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I like this honey badger much better
User avatar #164 to #33 - supermegasherman
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the honey badger is literally the the scariest creature alive i'll tell you hwhat
User avatar #34 to #33 - TheHutchie
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They also aim directly for the crotch when facing a bipedal opponent.
#68 to #33 - pyromanen
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************* Hufflepuff-faggotry.
#46 to #33 - screamingdemon
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#74 to #46 - eddymolly
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Comment Picture
#100 to #74 - screamingdemon
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John is superior brother.
John is superior brother.
#126 to #100 - eddymolly
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Agreed, I could listen to him talk for hours.
Agreed, I could listen to him talk for hours.
#136 to #126 - screamingdemon
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Also, gif.
Also, gif.
User avatar #135 to #126 - screamingdemon
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Yes! He changed the way I think in several ways.
#54 to #33 - lolzordz
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what country you from then?
what country you from then?
#60 to #54 - aconitumanthora
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It's so hipster, you've probably never heard of it.
User avatar #1 - zorororonoa
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I think he might be joking.
User avatar #2 to #1 - tainted
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You underestimate the stupidity of people on the internet.
User avatar #77 to #2 - wretchedlarva
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I deny to believe that there are so many dumb people.
User avatar #113 - lusir
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why is he making fun of that seagull?
#47 - felixjarl
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User avatar #165 to #47 - supermegasherman
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has science gone too far?
User avatar #41 - morbidman
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Or he could you know... just be pulling your leg?
#48 to #41 - Blasphemer
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Perhaps, but... he maaad.
#106 - drewbridge
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Hero
#10 - anon id: dc9d1463
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That is a weird looking parrot, what gay country thinks that that parrot is cool?
User avatar #16 to #10 - imcoolashell
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no...u suck at trolling....no
#95 - sstony
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