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#18 - And then remember Zapdoes is the fastest 07/18/2016 on Pokemon GO Teams +4
#58 - I have to tell you different on this some are born, some it's … 06/30/2016 on Gutlaglols Mofraggav 0
#25 - Peopel only downvote you cause thet don't know jack **** and j… 06/28/2016 on (untitled) -1
#18 - nah just shooting you woulden't be funny enough 06/26/2016 on jinx cosplay +1
#40 - UK is that ****** co-worker that would rather leave the job th…  [+] (20 new replies) 06/24/2016 on It's happening lads! -10
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#42 - flnonymousseven (06/24/2016) [-]
the EU is the problem
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#43 - mrdrprofbraeden (06/24/2016) [-]
I don't live in europe so I didn't keep up with why Britain wants to leave the EU. Why do people want to stay/leave?
#200 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
Uncontrolled imigration from Europe. England is full and still 300k immigrants a year. Population has increase by 16m in 20 years. For a small country thats a lot.
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#50 - testaburger (06/24/2016) [-]
German PM says "Hey refugees, come to our countries and take all our money!"
Because of EU law, all EU countries now have to accept shitskins
#103 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
Wrong and stupid.

Dipshits are trying to turn muh refugees into the next Boston Massacre.

A relatively minor thing, given a dramatic name and lots of whining, boom, suddenly it's important.
#55 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
But Germany taking in refugees was against EU law though, that was the whole problem - google the Dublin Regulation. It was meant to be that the migrants had to apply for asylum in the first EU country they entered, if not then it was assumed they were economic migrants and deported.
Germany fucked that system by saying if you make it to Germany you can apply for asylum there instead of where you land, and suddenly it was worth trying to cross the Med when you might get to live the life in Germany instead of some shanty town in Greece.

Basically they fucked up absolutely everything 'cause they wanted to be the 'good guys', then EU was left trying to sort it out.
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#57 - testaburger (06/24/2016) [-]
"then EU was left trying to sort it out."
Right, and their solution was "eh, they made it here, give them a place to stay" and that's the story of how Europe was flooded.
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#45 - flnonymousseven (06/24/2016) [-]
an unelected bureaucracy that can make laws for all of europe without the permission of the people. no one knows how it works, who the leaders are, and no one can vote on any of it.

what could go wrong?
#91 - ahidgaf (06/24/2016) [-]
Wait, but I thought that EU was an "trade construct". How come it has powers to make laws?
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#93 - flnonymousseven (06/24/2016) [-]
that's a great question.

other great questions include, "why does it have a flag?", "why does it have an anthem?", "why does it regulate immigration?"
#97 - ahidgaf (06/24/2016) [-]
Well damn, I a while ago I joked that the EU might be an successful attempt to make the Third Reich... Doesn't seem like a harmless joke anymore
#101 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
Well, someone on Funnyjunk told you so, so clearly you have all the answers now.

The OP here is a dipshit who doesn't know how to google.
#110 - ahidgaf (06/24/2016) [-]
You may also elaborate your views, I don't take any piece of information for granted, hence my username, in the end I don't give a damn.

If you would be so kind as to PM me a link with the answer to my question, you're also welcomed to do so.

Now, as for UK leaving the EU... It's bad for the UK economy, or to be precise, only the English one. I strongly believe that Scotland, Ireland,Wales will leave the UK and rejoin the EU since that is the interest of the population, leaving the final impact only on English economy.
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#75 - thumbfortrump (06/24/2016) [-]
You obviously don't have a clue how the EU functions.
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#76 - flnonymousseven (06/24/2016) [-]
no one does
#107 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
You're one of those dipshits who's never even tried to research into how how the EU works, and because you never see its leaders on TV or on internet memes, you don't know anything about them, is that right?

Retards like you make me sad.
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#78 - thumbfortrump (06/24/2016) [-]
Anyone who can manage to open a book and read the words in it, instead of forming their world view based on memes, are perfectly able to understand it.
#79 - flnonymousseven (06/24/2016) [-]
> so above "forming their world view based on memes"
> trump avatar
> trump theme account

haha yeah okay buddy
#83 - thumbfortrump (06/24/2016) [-]
>implying choosing a witty name doesn't mean I can distinct between memes and real life

Have you ever put any effort into understanding the EU?
Seriously, be honest.
#62 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
that is why it has to be fixed, eu is shit but uniting european countries is a good dea
#21 - Be om, eller Vil du være så venlig  [+] (5 new replies) 05/24/2016 on Scandinavian (and Finland)... +1
#43 - marshwulff (05/24/2016) [-]
Venligst er egentlig også korrekt, lyder bare sygt malplaceret.
#24 - vendelo (05/24/2016) [-]
"Please" er et idiom i forhold til dansk, dvs. der ikke er nogen fuldstændig og direkte oversættelse til dansk, men vi har andre ord som vi benytter under de forskellige omstændigheder man måtte bruge ordet "please" i.
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#74 - thatspanishguy (05/24/2016) [-]
So, there is or there is not a word for "please" in danish?
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#85 - phantomcancer (05/24/2016) [-]
There is not one single word for please, but there are 2 commonly used phrases, being "Be om" and "Vær venlig", translating to more or less to please and would you kindly.
#88 - vendelo (05/25/2016) [-]
Well, to be technical, there is no word for "please" in danish because "please" are used in so many situations and thus have a ton of meanings - there is, however, a danish word or phrase that can be used in each of those situations, but the fact that there is not a single word that translates all the meanings, is what makes "please" an idiom in danish

Here are a few examples:

"Can you hand me the salad, please" - "Må jeg bede om salaten?" or "Vil du (venligst) række mig salaten." (niceties are rarely used in the latter sentence)
"Please just clean your room." - "Gider du ikke godt bare rydde op".
"We can add the clause to the agreement, if that pleases you." - "Vi kan tilføje paragraffen til aftalen, hvis det behager dem."
"If you please." - "Om du vil" (Note, that "if you please" is an idiom in and of itself, but this would be one of the translations)

Not everyone will agree with me on these translations, but it is how I would say it, and the fact that people will disagree speaks to the fact that it is an idiom
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#9 - Actually a degree in countries where it's free is seen as pers… 05/23/2016 on dont let your dreams be dreams 0
#23 - inn magic they have two different type where there are cards s…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/18/2016 on Outstanding +9
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#30 - adplum (05/18/2016) [-]
theres more like 10 different formats
about 3 main ones that most people play, then a shit ton of other sanctioned ones that are all either "your retirement fund is gone" expensive, or just not popular enough to be able to play on a regular basis
#39 - Yeah, but it made good meme. Did you here the story a… 05/04/2016 on Plsno -1