4'th of July. .. but one thing about this made me realize something sad... being an american myself i bet 75% of the people here wouldn't even understand the insult... many peop
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User avatar #10 - beastpwnrlol (07/05/2012) [+] (28 replies)
but one thing about this made me realize something sad... being an american myself i bet 75% of the people here wouldn't even understand the insult... many people here don't even understand the point of july 4th, many people know about it just because of the fireworks
User avatar #43 to #10 - moldybreadcrumb (07/05/2012) [-]
That are made in china
User avatar #45 - profarnsworth (07/05/2012) [+] (18 replies)
I have a question. I'm American and i don't like tea (besides Iced tea which isn't really tea at all). If i were British would i be born liking tea? And if not, would i be shunned? I don't want to be shunned i like the british
User avatar #54 to #50 - ilovehitler (07/05/2012) [-]
Being British and not liking tea?
Sounds like anarchy...
#1 - finishhimlarry (07/04/2012) [+] (1 reply)
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#198 - spangle (07/05/2012) [+] (19 replies)
#203 to #198 - devout feminist (07/05/2012) [-]
#111 - Jameshaich (07/05/2012) [+] (14 replies)
mfw people in the comments think that Britain = England
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User avatar #249 - RoyalNightmare (07/05/2012) [+] (16 replies)
I was born and raised in England until I was 14, then moved to Washington, US. (That was 4 years ago).

I'll admit that I've had some issues with the place, especially some of the people and hardcore "patriots" that are pretty much just US Nationalists saying that the U.S. is better than everyone else. But on the 4th, I realized how important it was to so many people to celebrate their independence. It's not as if they were treated bad as a colony, but getting absolute independence is a pretty big thing - It's like a teenager finally growing up and experiencing the world on his/her own. So I hope all of the Americans of FJ had a great 4th, may many more come your way as your country grows.
#8 - armenianboy (07/05/2012) [+] (2 replies)
jacked from reddit. you dick.
#14 to #8 - connorjay (07/05/2012) [-]
Screencapped from twitter...
#200 - alecz (07/05/2012) [-]
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User avatar #149 - Screenshotman (07/05/2012) [-]
My friend and I took airsoft muskets and wore british revolutionary war uniforms (we borrowed them from a museum in town) and marched behind the last float in the parade in our town. We weren't signed up to be in it, we just walked in the back.

Best. Day. Ever.
#209 - notalfewtag (07/05/2012) [+] (10 replies)
> mfw the US is such a noob country we actually still celebrate the day we seceded.
User avatar #229 to #209 - commontroll (07/05/2012) [-]
Yup, two hundred years really isn't that long. We're not some ever-present power or anything. But gaining independence was kind of a major part of our history.
#322 - rshanebarnes (07/05/2012) [+] (41 replies)
Love my country. Nuff said
Love my country. Nuff said
#17 - mrtitfortat (07/05/2012) [-]
tg!
#452 - goldenkeyblade (07/05/2012) [-]
well tea is a pleasant drink
#444 - tehhamster (07/05/2012) [+] (15 replies)
Americans Insult everyone in the world, "lol"
America get insulted with an innocent joke, "AAAWWW HELLL NAWWW!!!"


I'm English. Bring the red thumbs. I'm not even arsed. This isn't even my final form!
#2 - Faz (07/04/2012) [-]
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#3 - JordanJwoww (07/04/2012) [+] (5 replies)
MFW Americans call Nothing Important Happened Day, 4th of July
MFW Americans call Nothing Important Happened Day, 4th of July
User avatar #11 to #3 - keiishiyama (07/05/2012) [-]
Oh yeah, the creation of a brand-new country that is featured oh so heavily in the modern world is nothing special. Makes perfect sense.
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