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#87 - battletoast
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(02/17/2012) [-]
When you say the date, you usually say the month first, then the day. That's why it's written like that.
#88 to #87 - anon
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(02/17/2012) [-]
Not in England we don't... We say "it's the 17th of February." Not "February the 17th."    
Makes it sound more like it's the 17th day of February, instead of it's February, the 17th day...
Not in England we don't... We say "it's the 17th of February." Not "February the 17th."
Makes it sound more like it's the 17th day of February, instead of it's February, the 17th day...
#111 to #88 - anon
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(02/17/2012) [-]
well then, why you do it wrong? ohh wait **** IS ACTUALLY DIFFERENT WHEN YOU'RE OVER 1000 MILES AWAY??? NO ******* WAY.
#94 to #88 - ILoveAnette
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(02/17/2012) [-]
Unrelated, but i love that gif.