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|#39 - Norway has ******** ?||05/18/2013 on Well, My mind exploded||0|
|#51 - ugh that image 4chan =/= /b/ [+] (1 new reply)||04/10/2013 on To Gallifrey!!||+1|
|#10 - she has no tits because she is a plank..||03/29/2013 on i like those wood planks||+1|
|#1 - source? [+] (4 new replies)||03/02/2013 on The old testment||+1|
|#51 - Speaking of which..||10/28/2012 on shower shorts||+4|
|#12 - me too brah, it's been 6 harsh years [+] (7 new replies)||10/16/2012 on Drop the bass||+2|
|#71 - Urgh, that flag is the Union Jack while Englands flag is the S… [+] (10 new replies)||07/27/2012 on [big]my penis[big]||+21|
#99 - 2scared2login (07/27/2012) [-]
Only called the Union Jack when flying from the Jackstay of a Warship ( Front flag pole ) otherwise it is called the Union Flag.
#87 - cygnuswithasmile (07/27/2012) [-]
Wrong, Its the jack or flag as both terms are recognized as coorect for the flag. The myth that it is only the union jack at sea comes from the armed forces. When the flag was created it was recognised as being both the union jack and the union flag however, the armed forces did not know what to refer to it as they had a choice. The Army and Airforce (which probably didn't exist at the time, but this is the term they used for it when the RAF formed) was the union flag. The Navy however used the union Jack. It was still correct to call it either whilst being on land or sea, it's just the armed forces refer to it via different names in documentation for no other reason than they made a different choice on what to call it.
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|#79 - could never beat it as a kid, came back this year and finally … [+] (1 new reply)||05/17/2012 on parking level-bau5||+1|
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