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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#78 - roflzaur
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**roflzaur rolls 0**
#111 to #78 - anon id: b0d0831d
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Okay, here are the reasons which make this comment ****:
1. said by the picture, this thread is random, Which is incorrect, this thread is related to harry potter and is not in fact, random
2. the roll had 10% chance of succeeding so it's not that impressive
3. you have tried about 70 times to roll this, according to your comment list
#167 to #111 - anon id: 27ea0bc2
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shut up, Meg
#168 to #78 - anon id: 1930c469
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Bloody genius
#169 to #78 - anon id: 1930c469
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#201 to #78 - anon id: 92a80080
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OMG GUISE!!!
DERS ONLY A 10 PERCENT CHANCE OF DAT ROLL!!!!!
NO WAY XXDDDXXDD
BEST COMMENT EVAR!!!
#85 to #78 - rshanebarnes
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#86 to #78 - sienimies
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This image has expired
This can't be happening
#104 to #78 - hamdaman
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Stop it!The world will crumble!
Stop it!The world will crumble!
User avatar #202 to #104 - aldheim
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Given that Harry has 0 parents, doesn't this fit perfectly into the natural order?
#6 - hrx
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this one was the only that made me laugh
#16 to #6 - anon id: cdfaea91
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Many posts have at least one "HUR DUR THIS IS THE "ONLY" ONE THE MADE ME LAUGH LOL XD"

Don't deny you like more then one.
#97 to #16 - andnowducks
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#22 to #6 - pistro
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Your pic makes me feel glad, dude.
#27 - givemethesalt
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#155 to #27 - sweateagle
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#95 - namesboo
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I had to
#26 - wigglesborth
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#2 - derricktwo
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Sunday is the first day of the week. Not the last.
Sunday is the first day of the week. Not the last.
#3 to #2 - junkk
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User avatar #17 to #2 - skullnigga
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why are people thumbing this down? sunday is the first day of the week.
#200 to #2 - dingbox [OP]
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Actually, Sunday is the last day of the week in Sweden.
User avatar #7 to #2 - monsterman
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I don't know why everyone's thumbing him down, he's right...

Why the **** did you think they're called weekends? They're at both ends of the week.
User avatar #33 to #7 - towd
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but the beginning of the week is not an 'end' of the week
User avatar #75 to #33 - burningsmurfs
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Imagine a straight piece of string. Sunday is at the "beginning end" and Saturday is at the ......"end end." That is what he was trying to say. That is how Sunday is on a week end and also the first day of the week.
#82 to #75 - anon id: 985f2088
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It's only the first day for some people. In my country, Sweden, we've had sunday as day we sleep in on, a day of rest for a couple hundred years. However, all over the world, people still go to work/school during sundays. Thus it is the first day for them while here, Monday is refered to as the first day.

/Anon
User avatar #203 to #82 - burningsmurfs
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Right, but he was asking how could the people who call it the beginning think that way makes sense so I was just explaining that.
#96 to #7 - fragman
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"I AM AMERICUN HEAR ME ROAR"
Seriously though, why do you think most calendars these days have a setting for that? Some countries start counting the week on monday (western european at least), others on sunday. But of course yours is right. Sure.
#57 to #7 - xmegustax
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I understood why Saturday was a part of the week end, but I never got that Sunday was because it was the other end.
Thank You!
User avatar #47 to #7 - bagguhsleep
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I always thought of Sunday the last day of the week because of school.
I didn't start the school week with a day off. I started it by going -- on a Monday.
User avatar #62 to #7 - sao
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I call Sunday and Saturday "The Weekend" and I've never heard it referred to any differently. It's only "Weekends" if you are talking about multiple Saturday+Sunday blocks.

At least that's the way I've been taught.
#48 to #7 - nightlynutria
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"What are you doing this weekends?"
"What are you doing this weekends?"
#115 to #48 - dragonicangel
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Thanks for the gif. Here's one of my own.
Thanks for the gif. Here's one of my own.
#56 to #48 - anon id: f36becef
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A week has one weekend.
A year has many weekends.

Do you even english bro?
User avatar #60 to #56 - nightlynutria
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Do you even brain?

He's saying that they are called weekendS because they are at both ends of a week. Im trying to explain that you only say weekendS when you are talking about multiple weeks, You dont say "What are you doing this weekendS" because this week has ONLY ONE weekend.
#110 to #60 - anon id: 80bc1675
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Why do people thumb you down? And monsterman up? English is not my first language, but I think you are right. What he is saying makes no sense. Saturday and Sunday is ONE weekend. At least that's what I learned in school. If they were two different ends Saturday would be one weekend and Sunday another one.
User avatar #184 to #110 - monsterman
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When you talk about a generalization of a group of things, it's in plural form.
You'd say "I love black people" not "I love black person"
There are dozens of weekends every year.
#193 to #184 - anon id: 80bc1675
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Yes, I know that, but I wasn't refering to that. If you talk about one weekend, Saturday and Sunday, ("what are you doing this weekend?") you do in singular form. If it was like I understand you said, that Saturday is one end and Sunday the other one, together they would be two weekends ("what are you doing these weekends?").

I think it's called a weekend (at least in my language) because both days are at the end of the week.

I hope I explained myself good enough...
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User avatar #71 to #9 - ilovehitler
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If I remember correctly, in much spanish culture, sunday is the end of the week and monday is the start of it
#14 to #2 - anon id: b3a0c9fa
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I love how people are just like sheep. They see you have thumbs down and they have to thumb down as well. I thumbed you up, hopefully there are less idiots in the future.
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User avatar #15 to #2 - zukowashere
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But Sunday is part of the weekend.
#28 to #15 - hillbillypowpow
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both ends of the week
as demonstrated by my mad paint skills.
#132 to #28 - niedzielan
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But time is a circle, that's why clocks are round.
See paint skills
#194 to #132 - anon id: 80bc1675
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Nope, time is more like a wibbly wobbly timey wimey... stuff



thiiiiiiiings
#199 to #132 - hillbillypowpow
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goddammit Caboose who let you on the internet?
#37 to #2 - anon id: 2229fee9
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Actually, the week goes from Monday-Sunday in some countries.
#159 to #37 - anon id: 78a266e4
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*most of them, in fact
#67 to #2 - anon id: a058606d
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For Jews maybe
User avatar #94 to #2 - drastronomy
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Fukken 'murica
User avatar #178 to #2 - datblkkid
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After reading though these comments (one bringing up religion...as expected)
I think the reason why some culture have Monday start is because it starts the first WORK day instead of the first day of the week.
"The days of the week have been named after the seven planets of classical astronomy, since the Roman period. They are also numbered, beginning at Sunday, Monday [OR] Saturday depending on the society and tradition." - Wikipedia
#5 to #2 - newall
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technically, he's right. Originally, sunday was the first day of the week, ending on saturday.
#70 to #2 - bbzz
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it depends on country you live. Where i live, last day of the week as sunday, and first is monday.
User avatar #98 to #2 - nastoy
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In the traditional hebrew calender... yes
But according to the International Organization for Standardization, it's the seventh and last.
Yay Google
#40 to #2 - kweel
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On the first day god created the earth on the next 5 days i don't remember what the **** he did but on the last day he didn't do ****. That last day was sunday and that is why people that believe in whatever religion believes in that theory rest on sundays. Thus making sunday the last day of the week.



#68 to #40 - anon id: b7298ae4
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You know how Jews celebrate Sabbath? A reminder of "god's day of rest"? On Saturday. Christians make Sunday their holy day as a reminder of the crucifixion.
User avatar #4 to #2 - datblkkid
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I hear that it is the last day of the week, especially in the Spanish culture
#35 - allion
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I LOVE NEW MEME
#23 - ishotthedeputy
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#64 - youcame
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#76 to #64 - TrollBringer
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#59 - marconde
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