England VS America. TOP 40 thanks guys, i am sorry for any inaccuracies, the next part will have words which are more looked into. England VS America Hey here,  England vs america compilation
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England VS America

England VS America. TOP 40 thanks guys, i am sorry for any inaccuracies, the next part will have words which are more looked into. England VS America Hey here,

TOP 40 thanks guys, i am sorry for any inaccuracies, the next part will have words which are more looked into

England VS America
Hey here, i decided tn make this because it is quite strange that:
must English peuple know the Terms Americans use and not the other my
likely must TV shows are Ame ricans
Nontheless thats Hilly here!
Pram Stroller
Path Sidewalk
1. t' Kindergarten
Rubbish Bin Trash Can
Different uses of words
Faggot
Fag
C hips
for more please my good Englishman
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Submitted: 09/11/2011
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#42 - SHONALEIGHPOPE **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#53 to #42 - fezman (09/12/2011) [-]
And things like twt lol. PLus, dont most people say ych-A-fi? That's how we say it in the norht, are you south Wales or north?
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#58 to #53 - SHONALEIGHPOPE **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#63 to #58 - anon (09/12/2011) [-]
Which part of south Wales?
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#65 to #63 - SHONALEIGHPOPE **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#59 to #58 - fezman (09/12/2011) [-]
Aaah. That'll be why I've never heard anyone say butt as "bro"
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#62 to #59 - SHONALEIGHPOPE **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#66 to #62 - fezman (09/12/2011) [-]
I guess no one says that up here.
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#57 to #53 - SHONALEIGHPOPE **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#55 to #42 - imnotveryfunny (09/12/2011) [-]
Wales ftw!
#61 to #42 - JesusTheSaviour (09/12/2011) [-]
Don't gogg's say "butt"? Where i live people are just like "ORITE BOIII"
User avatar #108 to #61 - scottbellhouse (09/12/2011) [-]
this thread is 'TIDY'
User avatar #88 to #61 - happyfox (09/12/2011) [-]
in norn ireland we tend to greet eachother like this "alright mucker?" or "YEO CUNTFACE!" it's great fun.
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#64 to #61 - SHONALEIGHPOPE **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #68 to #64 - JesusTheSaviour (09/12/2011) [-]
Well you're probably from the rhondda then :P
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User avatar #54 to #44 - blargmode (09/12/2011) [-]
Wait what, is "occurring" only occurring in the Wales version of English?
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User avatar #86 - doctorhax (09/12/2011) [-]
It's not called a path, we call it a pavement
#81 - Jameshaich (09/12/2011) [-]
Scottish Slang for you!  
Aye = Yes  
Moan then = I challenge you to a duel 'ol chap  
Git tae 			****		 = Leave the premises   
Gee's a swatch aie yer bucky = May I please have a sip of your alcoholic Beveridge  
Who are they cunts = May I enquire who this fine person and his friends are?  
Ahh, So elegant
Scottish Slang for you!
Aye = Yes
Moan then = I challenge you to a duel 'ol chap
Git tae **** = Leave the premises
Gee's a swatch aie yer bucky = May I please have a sip of your alcoholic Beveridge
Who are they cunts = May I enquire who this fine person and his friends are?
Ahh, So elegant
User avatar #89 to #81 - xbfmvxreaperx (09/12/2011) [-]
Yeah, Cunt is basically like "buddy" We use it for fukken everyone.
#91 to #81 - Dave Cee (09/12/2011) [-]
Geez a couple aff that snout? = May i please have a few puffs of your cigarette?   
Wantae get mad wae it? = Want to get drunk my good man?  
Here we 			*******		 Go! = I'm rare up for this occasion   
Want Pumped? = Do you want to have sexual intercourse?
Geez a couple aff that snout? = May i please have a few puffs of your cigarette?
Wantae get mad wae it? = Want to get drunk my good man?
Here we ******* Go! = I'm rare up for this occasion
Want Pumped? = Do you want to have sexual intercourse?
User avatar #103 to #81 - MyGrassIsPossessed (09/12/2011) [-]
Gettin' pyoor mad wae it, pal? - Care for a drink, my dear friend?
Ken whit ah mean, pal? - Do you understand what I just said, aquaintance
SQUARE ******* GO, PAL - I disagree with you, would you care to take this outside?
Can yoos stop daein that? It's makin me dryboke - May you please stop what you're doing, for it is making me gag


:)
#115 - monkeysocksmelly (09/12/2011) [-]
Biscuit :)
User avatar #25 - Joseph Stalin (09/12/2011) [-]
If you're going to do it at least ******* get it right. The most commonly used term for the second is PAVEMENT and we use Kindergarten as well, besides the word originated from German so this whole thing is pretty pointless.
#3 - eeveefan (09/11/2011) [-]
I would love some fish and chips at this time, I do say!
#5 to #3 - fukluvmakesammichs (09/11/2011) [-]
yes sir, and afterwards we shall indulge in cream tea and scones
User avatar #105 - ChickenDipper (09/12/2011) [-]
path? it's a pavement to me.
#109 to #105 - thiscity (09/12/2011) [-]
Yep, A path is through land, next to a road it's a pavement
User avatar #110 to #109 - ChickenDipper (09/12/2011) [-]
Exactly!
User avatar #97 - tronck (09/12/2011) [-]
We call it a pavement, not a path.
#27 - sidheim (09/12/2011) [-]
Man, at least from a Scottish persons point of view, a lot of this is ******** . Only like 50% of it is right.
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#51 to #27 - anon (09/12/2011) [-]
Agreed. (Glaswegian here)
User avatar #100 to #51 - sidheim (09/12/2011) [-]
ME TOO BRO.
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#16 - VICTORx (09/12/2011) [-]
< Roody Tooty Point and Shooty
< Roody Tooty Point and Shooty
User avatar #95 to #16 - noblekira (09/12/2011) [-]
Yes Victor i suppose you remember Kanamehameha, that was my old name but during a GLORIOUS FAGGOTS vs me argument i got mad and deleted my account :')
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User avatar #122 - xdazodiac (09/12/2011) [-]
IMPORTANT rubber = eraser in britain not a condom
User avatar #78 - gjaa (09/12/2011) [-]
Ok I'm a Britfag and the one thing that annoys me a bit is what you think we sound like. The "British" accent is actually an English accent (since Britain is three Countries) but not many people speak as poshly as you think, lazy speech and slang is pretty big over here. Also within England there are a lot of different accents as well. But the one you know to be "British" is pretty standard in London and most surrounding cities. Hope this cleared a few things up :D
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User avatar #85 to #82 - gjaa (09/12/2011) [-]
I lived in America for a bit so I sort of know what you sound like, I LOVE your cereal soo much! Lucky Charms are just amazing, you are so lucky over there! :D
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User avatar #76 to #75 - starcraftone (09/12/2011) [-]
agreed you are wrong, and reception isnt kindergarden either.... its Y1 god i dont even know how you got this many thumbs for wrong facts
User avatar #94 to #76 - naziyahtzee (09/12/2011) [-]
No it's not, reception is the year right before year 1, not actually year 1.
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User avatar #92 to #73 - noblekira (09/12/2011) [-]
Yeah ive been getting its called pavement not path alot, i couldn't decide which to put because im from the north and i here Path alot more so i thought it was more common, sorry if i was wrong ill do my research next time ;)
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User avatar #130 to #34 - SirFail (09/12/2011) [-]
im from England and the correct way is:
next to a road = pavement
if its on its own = path :)
User avatar #117 - idioteque (09/12/2011) [-]
We don't call it a "rubbish bin". We call it a "bin". We put "rubbish" in the "bin".
User avatar #119 to #117 - TheHaloGuy (09/12/2011) [-]
Yeah i'm English and I never call it a 'rubbish bin', just a bin. LOL
#126 - tashbash (09/12/2011) [-]
plaster - band aid this one always seem to crack me up for some reason
User avatar #132 to #126 - thehighwayman (09/12/2011) [-]
isn't band aid a concert?
#134 to #132 - tashbash (09/12/2011) [-]
yeah it is also but in th usa it also means plaster
User avatar #135 to #134 - thehighwayman (09/12/2011) [-]
Right.
#136 to #135 - tashbash (09/12/2011) [-]
Left.
User avatar #137 to #136 - thehighwayman (09/12/2011) [-]
Dance dance revolution time!
User avatar #112 - MrTibbles (09/12/2011) [-]
Pavement, not path.
#133 - phobix (09/12/2011) [-]
Every one calls justin beiber a faggot.
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