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#7 - What has happened to Looney Tunes? "Don't try this a…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/01/2012 on Trolling Jordan +33
User avatar #9 - Zeigh (05/01/2012) [-]
Hey, where there's a will, there's a way.

#23 - That, sir, is ******* IMPRESSIVE! 05/01/2012 on Hammering a nail +10
#59 - Ahh pencils 05/01/2012 on How they sharpen pencils at... +4
#74 - This pleases me 04/30/2012 on j h +11
#184 - Tl;DR 04/30/2012 on human barbie +17
#3 - With a name like Lil Derrick, I'm not surprised. 04/29/2012 on Awesome +2
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#210 - Dayum, very impressive. Both with your knowledge and with … 04/29/2012 on Troll Shirt 0
#3 - Oh my god! 04/29/2012 on screw nemo +2
#208 - Whenever I think of Canada (and I apologise for the stereotypi…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/29/2012 on Troll Shirt 0
User avatar #209 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
what an interesting coincidence! I've always wanted to visit England! we make a neat pair.

And the whole snow thing is, unfortunately, mostly false. The north half of the country is almost all permafrost, so that parts true, but only a few hundred thousand people live north of Ontario. More people live in my one city than the whole north.

And Canada's actually mostly flat, particularly in the middle, but there's a large and very famous mountain range waaaay out west in British Columbia. I'll be going there this Summer.

We're a very diverse country for landscape and scenery. Culturally, Canada, particularly heavily urbanized English speaking areas like Ontario, are actually very similar to the States, since more than half of our everything comes from there, but again, there's a wide variance depending on location.

We're well known for a good education system as well; we were recently declared one of the most educated countries in the world, with 50% of our population having a completed post-secondary education.

I like to think it's a pretty good country. We've taken a little bit of the best of everywhere, and put into one country.
User avatar #210 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Dayum, very impressive.
Both with your knowledge and with your country's standards, here in England we've got an ever increasing rate of teenage mothers. That's probably the least embarrassing statistic too.

#206 - You said it. In the UK we've apparently been experiencing a dr…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/29/2012 on Troll Shirt 0
User avatar #207 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
Oh I know what a drought looks like alright.

Last Summer, we Canadians had some of the most wicked hot, dry weather in the western hemisphere. For almost the entire month of July and the beginning of August, we had no rain whatsoever, and there wasn't a single day under 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) some days got as high as 50. You wouldn't think of Canada as the kind of place that could happen, but it sure as hell did.

None of that this year though. We've barely had a Spring at all, and Winter was basically non-existent, we've had pretty static weather for about 7 months now. We've had the least Canadian weather I've ever heard of.
User avatar #208 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Whenever I think of Canada (and I apologise for the stereotyping here) I think of snowy mountains and people walking around with think eskimo-like coats and stuff.
I wouldn't mind visited Canada actually. It'd make a change from England.
User avatar #209 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
what an interesting coincidence! I've always wanted to visit England! we make a neat pair.

And the whole snow thing is, unfortunately, mostly false. The north half of the country is almost all permafrost, so that parts true, but only a few hundred thousand people live north of Ontario. More people live in my one city than the whole north.

And Canada's actually mostly flat, particularly in the middle, but there's a large and very famous mountain range waaaay out west in British Columbia. I'll be going there this Summer.

We're a very diverse country for landscape and scenery. Culturally, Canada, particularly heavily urbanized English speaking areas like Ontario, are actually very similar to the States, since more than half of our everything comes from there, but again, there's a wide variance depending on location.

We're well known for a good education system as well; we were recently declared one of the most educated countries in the world, with 50% of our population having a completed post-secondary education.

I like to think it's a pretty good country. We've taken a little bit of the best of everywhere, and put into one country.
User avatar #210 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Dayum, very impressive.
Both with your knowledge and with your country's standards, here in England we've got an ever increasing rate of teenage mothers. That's probably the least embarrassing statistic too.

#10 - I also said where that cartoon character is from. I didn't ask… 04/29/2012 on smart one 0
#8 - Hmm, kinda including a lot of people, but yes, Pepe LePew.  [+] (2 new replies) 04/29/2012 on smart one 0
#9 - mitsutori (04/29/2012) [-]
well you said characters..
User avatar #10 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
I also said where that cartoon character is from. I didn't ask for the specific episode or original title.
#6 - Other characters featured in that episode?  [+] (4 new replies) 04/29/2012 on smart one 0
#7 - mitsutori (04/29/2012) [-]
i dont know the specific episode, but i assume pepe lepeu(sp?) and maybe a cat or two

maybe bugs or daffy?
User avatar #8 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Hmm, kinda including a lot of people, but yes, Pepe LePew.
#9 - mitsutori (04/29/2012) [-]
well you said characters..
User avatar #10 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
I also said where that cartoon character is from. I didn't ask for the specific episode or original title.
#1 - DAFUQ, I WANTED SPAGHETTI RECIPES DAMNIT! 04/29/2012 on How to cook spaghetti the... +2
#2 - You had a stubble at 15?!  [+] (12 new replies) 04/29/2012 on Life Explained In 5 Pictures! +13
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User avatar #18 - Zeigh (04/30/2012) [-]
I started growing thick facial hair at 12.
All the men on my father's side are hairy sum bitches.
User avatar #15 - brendanc (04/30/2012) [-]
Someone n my school has a beard longer than my hair and he's only about 14
User avatar #16 - brendanc (04/30/2012) [-]
*in
User avatar #12 - juicymilkbottles (04/30/2012) [-]
my friend has had a beard since he started high school, and his 3 year old brother is getting hairy legs.. some people start early i guess
User avatar #10 - ost (04/30/2012) [-]
I'm 16 and i've had stubble since i was 14...
User avatar #9 - Sagetwentyone (04/30/2012) [-]
yes it's normal, my beard started to grow when i was bout' 14/15 now i'm 17 and i have a massive beard
#3 - muttonchops has deleted their comment.
User avatar #6 - thatnerdyguy (04/30/2012) [-]
Is that not normal?
User avatar #8 - torexofthenight (04/30/2012) [-]
I'm fifteen and i have a very soft, short beard. My problem, its white -,.,-
#13 - anonymous (04/30/2012) [-]
I dont mean to sound like a fag with my shit all retarded, but...

I'm 14, lacking in any facial hair growth excl. the moustache
goddamn, i have to shave that shit two or three times a week

also, I started puberty pretty fucking late
#7 - anonymous (04/30/2012) [-]
**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #31 at wut **

it is for third world country kids, they are hairy and smelly
#1 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 04/29/2012 on Prank Your Friend ^^ +13
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#39 - Picture 04/29/2012 on Go Caps Go! +2
#192 - It does indeed. How's the weather there?  [+] (6 new replies) 04/29/2012 on Troll Shirt 0
User avatar #205 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
nice, actually. We've had a pretty crummy Spring thus far, but today was finally T-shirt weather for the first time in over a week. It'll probably go back down again tomorrow, being Monday and all. oh well.
User avatar #206 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
You said it. In the UK we've apparently been experiencing a drought. However for the past week it's been torrential downpour. Wettest drought I've ever seen to be honest.
User avatar #207 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
Oh I know what a drought looks like alright.

Last Summer, we Canadians had some of the most wicked hot, dry weather in the western hemisphere. For almost the entire month of July and the beginning of August, we had no rain whatsoever, and there wasn't a single day under 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) some days got as high as 50. You wouldn't think of Canada as the kind of place that could happen, but it sure as hell did.

None of that this year though. We've barely had a Spring at all, and Winter was basically non-existent, we've had pretty static weather for about 7 months now. We've had the least Canadian weather I've ever heard of.
User avatar #208 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Whenever I think of Canada (and I apologise for the stereotyping here) I think of snowy mountains and people walking around with think eskimo-like coats and stuff.
I wouldn't mind visited Canada actually. It'd make a change from England.
User avatar #209 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
what an interesting coincidence! I've always wanted to visit England! we make a neat pair.

And the whole snow thing is, unfortunately, mostly false. The north half of the country is almost all permafrost, so that parts true, but only a few hundred thousand people live north of Ontario. More people live in my one city than the whole north.

And Canada's actually mostly flat, particularly in the middle, but there's a large and very famous mountain range waaaay out west in British Columbia. I'll be going there this Summer.

We're a very diverse country for landscape and scenery. Culturally, Canada, particularly heavily urbanized English speaking areas like Ontario, are actually very similar to the States, since more than half of our everything comes from there, but again, there's a wide variance depending on location.

We're well known for a good education system as well; we were recently declared one of the most educated countries in the world, with 50% of our population having a completed post-secondary education.

I like to think it's a pretty good country. We've taken a little bit of the best of everywhere, and put into one country.
User avatar #210 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Dayum, very impressive.
Both with your knowledge and with your country's standards, here in England we've got an ever increasing rate of teenage mothers. That's probably the least embarrassing statistic too.

#190 - I totally agree, it's always a small group that spoils it for …  [+] (8 new replies) 04/29/2012 on Troll Shirt 0
User avatar #191 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
Ontario, Canada.

Does that mean you're in the UK?

(testing how good my ability to read a map of time zones is)
User avatar #192 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
It does indeed. How's the weather there?
User avatar #205 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
nice, actually. We've had a pretty crummy Spring thus far, but today was finally T-shirt weather for the first time in over a week. It'll probably go back down again tomorrow, being Monday and all. oh well.
User avatar #206 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
You said it. In the UK we've apparently been experiencing a drought. However for the past week it's been torrential downpour. Wettest drought I've ever seen to be honest.
User avatar #207 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
Oh I know what a drought looks like alright.

Last Summer, we Canadians had some of the most wicked hot, dry weather in the western hemisphere. For almost the entire month of July and the beginning of August, we had no rain whatsoever, and there wasn't a single day under 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) some days got as high as 50. You wouldn't think of Canada as the kind of place that could happen, but it sure as hell did.

None of that this year though. We've barely had a Spring at all, and Winter was basically non-existent, we've had pretty static weather for about 7 months now. We've had the least Canadian weather I've ever heard of.
User avatar #208 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Whenever I think of Canada (and I apologise for the stereotyping here) I think of snowy mountains and people walking around with think eskimo-like coats and stuff.
I wouldn't mind visited Canada actually. It'd make a change from England.
User avatar #209 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
what an interesting coincidence! I've always wanted to visit England! we make a neat pair.

And the whole snow thing is, unfortunately, mostly false. The north half of the country is almost all permafrost, so that parts true, but only a few hundred thousand people live north of Ontario. More people live in my one city than the whole north.

And Canada's actually mostly flat, particularly in the middle, but there's a large and very famous mountain range waaaay out west in British Columbia. I'll be going there this Summer.

We're a very diverse country for landscape and scenery. Culturally, Canada, particularly heavily urbanized English speaking areas like Ontario, are actually very similar to the States, since more than half of our everything comes from there, but again, there's a wide variance depending on location.

We're well known for a good education system as well; we were recently declared one of the most educated countries in the world, with 50% of our population having a completed post-secondary education.

I like to think it's a pretty good country. We've taken a little bit of the best of everywhere, and put into one country.
User avatar #210 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Dayum, very impressive.
Both with your knowledge and with your country's standards, here in England we've got an ever increasing rate of teenage mothers. That's probably the least embarrassing statistic too.

#19 - Hold it together man! 04/29/2012 on Them feels 0
#188 - I appreciate your concern. It's a shame that people can't thum…  [+] (10 new replies) 04/29/2012 on Troll Shirt 0
User avatar #189 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
to make matters worse, apparently a bunch of 'bronies' (I say it in quotations because they aren't real bronies; they're the fucking stupid ones everyone hates and who ruin everyone's perception of average bronies) just went and raided the front page, posting ponies everywhere and thumbing shit down at random.

It's pretty sad how I've managed to absorb an entire day's supply of raw stupidity, and it's not even 3:00 in the afternoon yet.
User avatar #190 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
I totally agree, it's always a small group that spoils it for the rest of us.
2:30pm where do you live?
It's 7:30 here.
User avatar #191 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
Ontario, Canada.

Does that mean you're in the UK?

(testing how good my ability to read a map of time zones is)
User avatar #192 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
It does indeed. How's the weather there?
User avatar #205 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
nice, actually. We've had a pretty crummy Spring thus far, but today was finally T-shirt weather for the first time in over a week. It'll probably go back down again tomorrow, being Monday and all. oh well.
User avatar #206 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
You said it. In the UK we've apparently been experiencing a drought. However for the past week it's been torrential downpour. Wettest drought I've ever seen to be honest.
User avatar #207 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
Oh I know what a drought looks like alright.

Last Summer, we Canadians had some of the most wicked hot, dry weather in the western hemisphere. For almost the entire month of July and the beginning of August, we had no rain whatsoever, and there wasn't a single day under 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) some days got as high as 50. You wouldn't think of Canada as the kind of place that could happen, but it sure as hell did.

None of that this year though. We've barely had a Spring at all, and Winter was basically non-existent, we've had pretty static weather for about 7 months now. We've had the least Canadian weather I've ever heard of.
User avatar #208 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Whenever I think of Canada (and I apologise for the stereotyping here) I think of snowy mountains and people walking around with think eskimo-like coats and stuff.
I wouldn't mind visited Canada actually. It'd make a change from England.
User avatar #209 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
what an interesting coincidence! I've always wanted to visit England! we make a neat pair.

And the whole snow thing is, unfortunately, mostly false. The north half of the country is almost all permafrost, so that parts true, but only a few hundred thousand people live north of Ontario. More people live in my one city than the whole north.

And Canada's actually mostly flat, particularly in the middle, but there's a large and very famous mountain range waaaay out west in British Columbia. I'll be going there this Summer.

We're a very diverse country for landscape and scenery. Culturally, Canada, particularly heavily urbanized English speaking areas like Ontario, are actually very similar to the States, since more than half of our everything comes from there, but again, there's a wide variance depending on location.

We're well known for a good education system as well; we were recently declared one of the most educated countries in the world, with 50% of our population having a completed post-secondary education.

I like to think it's a pretty good country. We've taken a little bit of the best of everywhere, and put into one country.
User avatar #210 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Dayum, very impressive.
Both with your knowledge and with your country's standards, here in England we've got an ever increasing rate of teenage mothers. That's probably the least embarrassing statistic too.

#2 - I felt empowered looking over the land! 04/29/2012 on I found it 0
#24 - Stake! 04/29/2012 on The United Steaks of America. +47
#65 - **kierano rolled a random image posted in comment #294 at …  [+] (12 new replies) 04/29/2012 on Troll Shirt -2
User avatar #109 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
you know, I found your comment funny.

It's really a shame that everyone OTHER than me thumbed down your comment because you rolled a pony at random.

That's pretty sad.
#188 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
I appreciate your concern. It's a shame that people can't thumb comments based on what's written.
Thank you though. :)
User avatar #189 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
to make matters worse, apparently a bunch of 'bronies' (I say it in quotations because they aren't real bronies; they're the fucking stupid ones everyone hates and who ruin everyone's perception of average bronies) just went and raided the front page, posting ponies everywhere and thumbing shit down at random.

It's pretty sad how I've managed to absorb an entire day's supply of raw stupidity, and it's not even 3:00 in the afternoon yet.
User avatar #190 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
I totally agree, it's always a small group that spoils it for the rest of us.
2:30pm where do you live?
It's 7:30 here.
User avatar #191 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
Ontario, Canada.

Does that mean you're in the UK?

(testing how good my ability to read a map of time zones is)
User avatar #192 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
It does indeed. How's the weather there?
User avatar #205 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
nice, actually. We've had a pretty crummy Spring thus far, but today was finally T-shirt weather for the first time in over a week. It'll probably go back down again tomorrow, being Monday and all. oh well.
User avatar #206 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
You said it. In the UK we've apparently been experiencing a drought. However for the past week it's been torrential downpour. Wettest drought I've ever seen to be honest.
User avatar #207 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
Oh I know what a drought looks like alright.

Last Summer, we Canadians had some of the most wicked hot, dry weather in the western hemisphere. For almost the entire month of July and the beginning of August, we had no rain whatsoever, and there wasn't a single day under 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) some days got as high as 50. You wouldn't think of Canada as the kind of place that could happen, but it sure as hell did.

None of that this year though. We've barely had a Spring at all, and Winter was basically non-existent, we've had pretty static weather for about 7 months now. We've had the least Canadian weather I've ever heard of.
User avatar #208 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Whenever I think of Canada (and I apologise for the stereotyping here) I think of snowy mountains and people walking around with think eskimo-like coats and stuff.
I wouldn't mind visited Canada actually. It'd make a change from England.
User avatar #209 - sirlorddarthvader (04/29/2012) [-]
what an interesting coincidence! I've always wanted to visit England! we make a neat pair.

And the whole snow thing is, unfortunately, mostly false. The north half of the country is almost all permafrost, so that parts true, but only a few hundred thousand people live north of Ontario. More people live in my one city than the whole north.

And Canada's actually mostly flat, particularly in the middle, but there's a large and very famous mountain range waaaay out west in British Columbia. I'll be going there this Summer.

We're a very diverse country for landscape and scenery. Culturally, Canada, particularly heavily urbanized English speaking areas like Ontario, are actually very similar to the States, since more than half of our everything comes from there, but again, there's a wide variance depending on location.

We're well known for a good education system as well; we were recently declared one of the most educated countries in the world, with 50% of our population having a completed post-secondary education.

I like to think it's a pretty good country. We've taken a little bit of the best of everywhere, and put into one country.
User avatar #210 - kierano (04/29/2012) [-]
Dayum, very impressive.
Both with your knowledge and with your country's standards, here in England we've got an ever increasing rate of teenage mothers. That's probably the least embarrassing statistic too.

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