Asian Joke. Sank you for thumbing. Just held the door for an Asian guy. He said "Sank you", an I punched him in the face. I can' t behave he Brought up Peach Ha Sank You Asian joke lol The Game
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Asian Joke. Sank you for thumbing. Just held the door for an Asian guy. He said "Sank you", an I punched him in the face. I can' t behave he Brought up Peach Ha

Sank you for thumbing

Just held the door for an Asian guy. He said "Sank you", an I
punched him in the face. I can' t behave he Brought up Peach Harbor
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#13 - bossdelainternet (03/03/2012) [-]
What if he was chinese
User avatar #74 to #13 - Loppytaffy (03/03/2012) [-]
Well, we can only guess he was Japanese, I don't know about Chinese, but Japanese language lacks a "th" sound, so they use "s" or "z", and so "thank you" becomes "sank you" (please don't hurt me, i was kindly explaining)
#77 to #74 - bossdelainternet (03/03/2012) [-]
i won't hurt you...after all, your argument makes sooooo much sense and has no possible flaws
User avatar #172 to #77 - unkownthous (03/08/2012) [-]
I'm just browsing around trying to look for this asian face reaction image of that girl squishing her face. Then i see this and laugh so hard till my sides feel like they've just had a 5 hour work out. Omg this image is hella funny.
#82 to #77 - Loppytaffy (03/03/2012) [-]
Not sure if being sarcastic...
#1 - bronybuddy (03/02/2012) [-]
Asians....i got nothing against them.
User avatar #16 to #1 - MenstruelSandwich (03/03/2012) [-]
Eagles never forgive...
User avatar #5 to #1 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
The Japanese attacked without provocation apart from America refusing to trade them essential war resources.

The nuclear detonations saved millions of lives. If America had tried to fight by landing and taking the islands one at a time, millions of soldiers and civilians would have died. The civilians were ready to take up arms against the USA forces and would die for their emperor.

One was an unprovoked attack. The other was a ways of ending a war that would have stretched on for months or even years longer, costing millions of lives, and millions, if not, billions of dollars.

Asians... I am one. Learn to think without being bound by prejudices and you will go far.
#11 to #5 - nightauditor (03/03/2012) [-]
"Asians... I am one. Learn to think without being bound by prejudices and you will go far."


Actually, you should learn how to drive properly... THAT will get you even further.


User avatar #143 to #11 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
>Has no argument
>Red Thumbs + Joke
>I r the smarterest.
User avatar #9 to #5 - ParallelDuck (03/03/2012) [-]
Actually the reason Japan attacked is because the US put an embargo on almost all trade to Japan meaning they had no oil, iron, etc not just for war purposes but civilian as well. So the Japanese had two choices attack the Philippines, which were under US control, or attack Pearl Harbor and wipe out the US navy hoping for a surrender. In short the US forced Japan into the position of attacking Pearl Harbor.
User avatar #72 to #5 - spacefield (03/03/2012) [-]
Us Americans need to keep our noses out of every little thing. Japan attacked us because we were getting in the way of them taking over more countries. Learn your **** . I may get red along with you, but I'm just saying your ass is dumb.
User avatar #142 to #72 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
1) **** your **** . You proved your incompetence with History.

2) Nice little paragraph someone else typed up so I don;'t have to go shifting through my history notes.

In the future, don't forget to mention the following points.
>the Americans had no intention of going to war, even if Japan took the Philippines.
>we started the Oil embargo in response to the Japanese attempting to purge china of all it's inhabitants to make way for the "Jap master race" to repopulate Asia (they killed 20 million civilians before the end of the war) but that was swept under the rug to prevent creating another 1920's Germany in Japan and prevent a future world war from occurring. They had to do this because unlike Germany, where the world could blame the "dirty Nazis" and pretend that the whole of Germany wasn't helping to exterminate the Jews, blacks, and other "lesser" races, Japan was %100 on board with this, with every single person down to the last child ready to kill every last person on the planet just because the emperor said so. Also, comments 17 and 23 below make excellent points.
Japan killed more than 3 times as many civilians as Hitler, and got away with it. America still gets **** for ending the war. And that is why i hate the dirty ******* Japs.
User avatar #158 to #142 - somepervert (03/03/2012) [-]
okay i am totally on your side of this argument because most people just want to be on the bandwagon on american hate. but did you just copy what thewhitezombie said.
User avatar #159 to #158 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
Look at point 2).

I did. Saved me the trouble of going through class notes to formulate my defense.
User avatar #170 to #158 - spacefield (03/06/2012) [-]
By the way, I'm not on the "American hate bandwagon," I just am pissed at us for getting into that **** . Our asses were dumb for doing that. Same with how it is now, helping Haiti and other countries in desperate need. Sure it is nice, but we aren't in the best state to be helping others.
#7 to #5 - adamks ONLINE (03/03/2012) [-]
Saved millions of lives my ******* ass! Stfu will you, you ******* ignorant capitalist? No way it saved anyone, dropping nukes kills, it doesn't save! Thats just the excuse americans used to bring more war to the war that they caused.
#23 to #7 - thatsmyfetish (03/03/2012) [-]
In 1945 the entire island of Japan was being armed. Every civilian had a gun and a grenade. Every civilian was told they were to repel any invader and fight to the death. And at this point in time the people of Japan would have done whatever the Emperor said to do. The military was being run by people even more insane than Hitler. They were telling their people to commit suicide by slamming airplanes loaded with explosives and fuel into ships.

In 180 days it was estimated that American military - military only - casaulties would be 1.2 million. This is not counting Japanese military forces, and civilians who would also fight back. This bomb ended around 250,000 lives directly. It also stopped a war which would have dragged on for many more months and cost millions of lives.
User avatar #10 to #7 - ParallelDuck (03/03/2012) [-]
He is saying it saved the lives of US servicemen. Because if Japan did not surrender the US would have to invade and result in even a greater loss of life than both nukes combined. It is a terrible thing but Japan would not give in to surrender so they had to be forced.
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#18 to #17 - adamks ONLINE (03/03/2012) [-]
Ever heard the quote: "The winners write the history"?
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User avatar #147 to #18 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
Really... explain why so many historians from so many countries said the same thing?

Ignorance...
#8 to #5 - Rascal (03/03/2012) [-]
Droping a nuke, which killied 300,000 people, and saying youre saving themir lives is like me killing everyone i see and telling them theyre gonna die in the future so ill save them by killing them. It makes no sense what so ever.
User avatar #6 to #5 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
And I should probably add... I don't blame anyone. After taking all these history courses for my major, I've seen that no one man or nation can be blamed for anything.
#14 to #12 - getoutofhere (03/03/2012) [-]
THAT IS THE PERFECT PICTURE FOR THIS.
User avatar #15 to #14 - nightauditor (03/03/2012) [-]
I KNOW!!!!! I wanted to even write that it´s perfect, but I thought I would spoil it.


I AM SO HAPPY NOW!!




lol
User avatar #115 to #12 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
Someone never went past high school history. When I say blame, I don't mean just people. You DO know how many chance events happened that brought him to power?

1st off: The Jews had always been a minority since Medieval times. This increased the likelihood of a holocaust-esk situation. They had no powers/states. This made them "expendable". Back in the time of Augustus, he wanted to make them subservient to Christians. The ideals of antiJudaism started long before Hitler, he's just the most prominent figure. They were accused of spreading the black plague and being a taint on society.

Here's a segment from notes I took in class:
Traditional prejudices into modern era (Jew as usurer, swindler – the “blood libel”) Blood libel – Made up stories that Jews were using blood of young children for various parts of their religion. Abduct Christian children for ritualistic sacrifices. Fear of intermarriage between Jews and Christians.

This shows, clearly, the propoganda lashed out at them well before the 3rd Reich.
Antisemitism was wide spread. In France, Dreyfus, a military officer, was accused of treason. No evidence to support the claims, but he was Jewish, a perfect scapegoat.

I'm going to skip a ton more stuff since I think I made my point on this.

Now we get to genocide. The Armenian Genocide was one of the first, modern, examples. It served as a small catalyst in Hitler's plans. Before carrying out his views for Nazi Germany, he stated that no one remembers the Armenians... so who would remember the Jews?

So how did Hitler get into office? Well... he was close to commiting suicide because of how ****** the Nazi campaign was going at one point if that puts things into perspective.

Continued...
User avatar #167 to #115 - nightauditor (03/05/2012) [-]
Someone never really grasped the concept of jokes?

That really is all I can say to you.

It´s nice that you pay attention in school btw. But I am German. We learn that stuff in Kindergarten.

User avatar #168 to #167 - thephantur (03/05/2012) [-]
I don't joke about my passions and what I'm studying. Not to mention I'm getting tired of anti-American jokes being thrown around. Joking is one thing, but if you feel passionate about something, you defend it.

Not only that, but there is no surefire way to differentiate between joke and seriousness on the internet.
User avatar #127 to #115 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
continued...

The Weimar republic... Thanks to WWI and the American stock market crash (many american investors had money in Germany. When the depression hit, they pulled back, causing money to come out of Germany and putting them in the same boat as the americans), the Weimar republic was doomed to fail. They had multiple government shifts in one year. They were forced to sign the treaty of versailes... the most hated treaty in Germany at the time and brought their publicity down.

On another note, Bolsheviks had taken over Russia. The fear of it was another card the Nazis used. The first, was the middle class and the working class. But that's stuff that doesn't matter.

When the Nazis failed in their revolution, they decided to play the subtle game of politics. There were many men of power at the time.

One was Kurt van Schleicher. Hitler wanted power and to be chancellor. So Schleicher asked him to be vice chancellor... basically the most powerless seat you can imagine. Hitler refused and his followers melted away, thinking he couldn't do squat. The plan worked. Hitler's power was waning. Now if he had stopped or had kept the pace he was at, things would have been drastic in History. But he overreached. He tried to split the party to weaken them further. He did this by asking Hitler's rival, a fellow Nazi leader, Gregor Strasser to oppose Hitler. This was an overreach, because Hitler still retained very strong loyalty ties within the party. This actually ended up centralizing his reign on the Nazi party.

Now we get to this guy called Franz v. Papen. He asked Hindenburg to appoint Hitler as chancellor so that he, Papen, could pull the strings as vice. All I have to say is that failed. Miserably.

I think this is enough to show that, without other prominant figures and chance events, this would never have happened. Hitler would have killed himself or never have gotten the chance. Good day people.
#118 to #6 - garyleneville (03/03/2012) [-]
Why is he getting thumbed down? He's right. The only reason you would thumb him down is because you can't face an ugly truth.
Why is he getting thumbed down? He's right. The only reason you would thumb him down is because you can't face an ugly truth.
User avatar #119 to #118 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
Currently preparing an essay to state my views. Had a nap and now I'm ready to debate. Though they're fighting with red thumbs against my words. *shrugs*
User avatar #123 to #119 - garyleneville (03/03/2012) [-]
The guy who responded with the Hitler thing as a joke actually makes a point. Without Goebbels would Hitler have ever become the figure that he is. And without the harsh measures of the treaty of versailles would the Nazis ever have come to power?
User avatar #124 to #123 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
That's what my point means. I don't blame any one side. There are various variables. Still typing. part one of my essay out here already.
#25 to #6 - thatsmyfetish (03/03/2012) [-]
Okay I just have to ask this. Let's have a civilized talk about this one unlike the people above us.

Do you not blame Hitler and Himmler for the Holocaust? I mean that is one of the things I cannot see shifting blame from. What about the rape of Nanking? Or in..the Phillipines I think...when the Americans came back to the islands the Japanese told civilians to jump off the cliffs to avoid capture? How can you shift blame from that?

Blame is different than reasoning. I think that America was truley at fault for dropping the bombs (they did it obviousley). But it was maybe the best decision of the entire war.
User avatar #129 to #25 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
1st off: The Jews had always been a minority since Medieval times. This increased the likelihood of a holocaust-esk situation. They had no powers/states. This made them "expendable". Back in the time of Augustus, he wanted to make them subservient to Christians. The ideals of antiJudaism started long before Hitler, he's just the most prominent figure. They were accused of spreading the black plague and being a taint on society.

Here's a segment from notes I took in class:
Traditional prejudices into modern era (Jew as usurer, swindler – the “blood libel”) Blood libel – Made up stories that Jews were using blood of young children for various parts of their religion. Abduct Christian children for ritualistic sacrifices. Fear of intermarriage between Jews and Christians.

This shows, clearly, the propoganda lashed out at them well before the 3rd Reich.
Antisemitism was wide spread. In France, Dreyfus, a military officer, was accused of treason. No evidence to support the claims, but he was Jewish, a perfect scapegoat.

I'm going to skip a ton more stuff since I think I made my point on this.

Now we get to genocide. The Armenian Genocide was one of the first, modern, examples. It served as a small catalyst in Hitler's plans. Before carrying out his views for Nazi Germany, he stated that no one remembers the Armenians... so who would remember the Jews?

So how did Hitler get into office? Well... he was close to commiting suicide because of how ****** the Nazi campaign was going at one point if that puts things into perspective.

Continued...
User avatar #130 to #129 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
continued...

The Weimar republic... Thanks to WWI and the American stock market crash (many american investors had money in Germany. When the depression hit, they pulled back, causing money to come out of Germany and putting them in the same boat as the americans), the Weimar republic was doomed to fail. They had multiple government shifts in one year. They were forced to sign the treaty of versailes... the most hated treaty in Germany at the time and brought their publicity down.

On another note, Bolsheviks had taken over Russia. The fear of it was another card the Nazis used. The first, was the middle class and the working class. But that's stuff that doesn't matter.

When the Nazis failed in their revolution, they decided to play the subtle game of politics. There were many men of power at the time.

One was Kurt van Schleicher. Hitler wanted power and to be chancellor. So Schleicher asked him to be vice chancellor... basically the most powerless seat you can imagine. Hitler refused and his followers melted away, thinking he couldn't do squat. The plan worked. Hitler's power was waning. Now if he had stopped or had kept the pace he was at, things would have been drastic in History. But he overreached. He tried to split the party to weaken them further. He did this by asking Hitler's rival, a fellow Nazi leader, Gregor Strasser to oppose Hitler. This was an overreach, because Hitler still retained very strong loyalty ties within the party. This actually ended up centralizing his reign on the Nazi party.

Now we get to this guy called Franz v. Papen. He asked Hindenburg to appoint Hitler as chancellor so that he, Papen, could pull the strings as vice. All I have to say is that failed. Miserably.

I think this is enough to show that, without other prominant figures and chance events, this would never have happened. Hitler would have killed himself or never have gotten the chance. Good day people.
User avatar #134 to #130 - thephantur (03/03/2012) [-]
I do not know enough about Nanking despite my origins to say anything about it. All I can draw on is general knowledge of historical events. There can't just be one to blame. Whoever brought XXX into power would have been a catalyst to the events unfolding.

In my mind, if there is a good enough reason, the blame should not be placed upon the person.

Example:

Two women kill someone.

One said she wanted money so she killed the man. Not a good reason. Blame for the death.

Another said she was being raped and managed to kill her rapist. Good reason, blameless.

At this point, though, it starts to meld into morality.
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#76 to #1 - verby (03/03/2012) [-]
The United States asked Japan to surrender their armed forces before dropping the bomb. They refused. So we nuked them. Japan was ****** anyway, but they were too dumb to admit it.
#113 to #76 - Rascal (03/03/2012) [-]
don't try to make excuses. It was one of the worst events of all time, i know very few people today had any part in what happened but you can never justify a nuke, never.
#121 to #113 - ravenfyra (03/03/2012) [-]
What about using a nuke to destroy another countries nuke stockpile when the other country is threatening to destroy the world with their nukes?

There's always an acceptable situation, you just need to think about it.
#166 to #76 - verby (03/04/2012) [-]
The rape of Nanjing(or however you spell that) was worse.
User avatar #19 to #1 - traelos ONLINE (03/03/2012) [-]
Nukes Japan twice. Feels bad and rebuilds their economy better than before. What douches.
#2 to #1 - abcbacon (03/03/2012) [-]
I don't take credit for those nukes just like I don't blame any asians for pearl harbor.   
Okay? okay.
I don't take credit for those nukes just like I don't blame any asians for pearl harbor.
Okay? okay.
#26 to #1 - bosskiss (03/03/2012) [-]
Wait your saying america nuked japan?

and not COW AND CHICKEN?
#162 to #26 - lxghostxl (03/04/2012) [-]
uuuummm... no it was actually roaches and manbearpig
#112 to #26 - amoussa (03/03/2012) [-]
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Yep, as well as our awesome childhood, they were also responsible for ze nuking of ze Japan-eses.
User avatar #4 - Bakerlalalalala (03/03/2012) [-]
so that explains how Chow got into the trunk
#95 - coffea (03/03/2012) [-]
Just held the door for an american guy. He said "You're the bomb", so I punched him in the face. I can't believe he brought up wwII like that.
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#120 to #95 - mofalcon (03/03/2012) [-]
i lol'd
#59 - swiftlikejesus (03/03/2012) [-]
'MERICA!
#91 to #59 - Rascal (03/03/2012) [-]
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#69 to #43 - Rascal (03/03/2012) [-]
The US totally wanted to go to war. The japs just gave us a reason.
#161 to #69 - somepervert (03/03/2012) [-]
i dont even know why i'm replying to an anon; but the U.S was in a depression and we did not want to go to war because it wasnt really a good option for us at the time. hell we tried for a couple of years to stay out of the war but the enemies kept giving us reason to join in. like my history teacher said " we were practically brought into the war kicking and screaming". no hate to any countries now.
<--- you right now
#79 - russianapathy (03/03/2012) [-]
Why the hell is everyone arguing about us nuking Japan? They brought us into a war we didn't want to be in that killed hundreds of Americans every month.

It was either nuke them, or invade, and invading would have gotten a lot more people killed, Japanese and American alike. we even had an invasion planned which would have been almost 5x larger than D-day. We even got the Soviets to help us by invading from the north.

The U.S. wouldn't have needed the second bomb if Japan had just surrendered after the first one.

Learn your history, ******** .
User avatar #83 to #79 - huecomundo (03/03/2012) [-]
true, but about how much pride the japanese have, they would have not likely surrendered lol
User avatar #84 to #83 - russianapathy (03/03/2012) [-]
President Truman knew this, which is why he allowed the nukes to be used on Japan,
User avatar #85 to #84 - huecomundo (03/03/2012) [-]
true haha i dont see why people red thumbed you down :/ what you said is the truth after all
User avatar #86 to #85 - russianapathy (03/03/2012) [-]
FJ logic
User avatar #87 to #86 - Sethorein ONLINE (03/03/2012) [-]
raw raw raw I'm a left wing hippie who thinks everything should be free and guns shouldn't exist. I'm angry because I don't know how to make you look like a hick and I can't make a valid point against you. Guess I'll just thumb you down! LOLOLOLOLLOLOLOL I EM DAH GR8EST!
User avatar #97 to #87 - renjilonefox (03/03/2012) [-]
I'm laughing my ass off. Really. you're so hilarious i can't breathe.
User avatar #105 to #97 - Sethorein ONLINE (03/03/2012) [-]
was my sarcasm too transparent? :3
User avatar #103 to #79 - collarbones (03/03/2012) [-]
The Japanese were already considering surrendering after the Tokyo fire-bombing, they even asked to surrender conditionally after the first bomb, requesting the terms which the allies had already laid out in the Potsdam declaration, but Truman refused.
The emperor intervened after Hiroshima and the Soviet invasion of the Japanese Puppet state Manchuria, leading to a Coup d' tat. The second bomb was just a power show to the Soviets over anything else, as I said Japan had already gone through a Coup d' tat after the emperors intervention, the one great figure of undeniable authority to the people; it was hardly going to last long. The second bomb was unnecessary.
#150 - whatisthischeese (03/03/2012) [-]
Asain logic
Asain logic
#133 - amitasish (03/03/2012) [-]
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User avatar #81 - bcash (03/03/2012) [-]
I have learned more from the comments in this post (or any other post) than any history class I have ever taken. I knew a lot already, but the part about the Japs killing more civilians than Hitler is news to me!
#88 to #81 - Rascal (03/03/2012) [-]
you make Twilight proud.
User avatar #156 to #88 - bcash (03/03/2012) [-]
Please don't post irrelevant comments about ponies. It's what makes the masses hate us.
#171 to #156 - Slicernicer (03/07/2012) [-]
Sadle the whole reason the Axis was formed was because Italy, Japan, and Germany were all screwed over big time in WW1.

Italy got very little of what it was promised, Japan was still treated as a second rate power, and Germany had to pay for the whole damn war and give land to the Belgians, Poles, and French. Plus they lost more men than any other country but Russia. Ironically in the late Victorian era Germany and Austria(which was later annexed/voted to join into the third reich) were havens for Jews.
#106 to #81 - Slicernicer (03/03/2012) [-]
Yes but the Germans killed more people overall, military and civilians, and a large chunk of soldiers in Europe were drafted from the civilian population.
User avatar #116 to #106 - mrboombastick (03/03/2012) [-]
mother russia lost many sons :(
User avatar #155 to #106 - bcash (03/03/2012) [-]
I think it's safe to say when it came to this we all killed way too many people, both civilian or military. :/ Which is unfortunate to say the least.
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User avatar #96 - vanoreo (03/03/2012) [-]
I only thumbed because OP successfully made me choke on my Gatorade...
#42 - Rascal (03/03/2012) [-]
A side from the **** storm, has anyone else realize that this has been on here before?
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#148 - Warzonebeta (03/03/2012) [-]
The last thing that asian saw...
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#68 - Rascal (03/03/2012) [-]
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