That's some nice British monies you have. Safe for work as no nipples can be seen... Kate Middleton.. ENGLAND 1; tital! El. Is 10 pounds the weight of those bewbs? queen princess of uk britain great Boobs tits sfw as
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#23 - mynze (09/26/2012) [-]
Is 10 pounds the weight of those bewbs?
#3 - Animefreake (09/26/2012) [-]
<-- Kate
#4 - anon (09/26/2012) [-]
I didn't think she was actually that well 'blessed'
User avatar #5 - portshadow **User deleted account** (09/26/2012) [-]
Pretty sure you'd get reprimanded at work for seeing this.
User avatar #2 - keiishiyama (09/26/2012) [-]
Okay, what's been going on across the pond, and why is Kate naked?
User avatar #8 to #2 - SuitUp (09/26/2012) [-]
She sunbathed topless whilst on her honeymoon in a private house and everybody lost their ******* minds because some prick managed to sneak in and get some grainy as hell, crappy photos of her. I mean, how dare the royals be naked under their clothes? We must all see this horror! -_-
User avatar #14 to #8 - imnotthere (09/26/2012) [-]
....do you have sauce on that?
User avatar #16 to #14 - SuitUp (09/26/2012) [-]
Imagefap is your friend when it comes to things like this :P
User avatar #17 to #16 - imnotthere (09/26/2012) [-]
kthanksbai
faptime
#19 - noirwyns (09/26/2012) [-]
Hope those ARE 10-pounds ;)
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#10 - captslo (09/26/2012) [-]
ah, the wishful thinking tenner.
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#11 to #9 - donns (09/26/2012) [-]
If you're getting butt hurt about the word british why bring the irish into it at all?

And no, wales only have bank of england, but scotland also accept bank of england, so it's pretty british mate
User avatar #12 to #11 - Loppytaffy (09/26/2012) [-]
"Her Majesty's United Kindgom of Britain and Northern Ireland". So, yes I suppose you are right about the Irish, I just want to clear it up for people who don't know out full title.
#13 to #12 - donns (09/26/2012) [-]
I like you
User avatar #15 to #13 - Loppytaffy (09/26/2012) [-]
Are you coming on to me?
#18 to #15 - donns (09/26/2012) [-]
lol, nah - it's just usually when I tell people this, I end up having to show them my passport but you were all over that ****
User avatar #20 to #9 - grandmabetty (09/26/2012) [-]
It is British. Scotland, NI, Wales and England use pound sterling. Its just the different banks produce different notes.
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User avatar #39 to #21 - grandmabetty (09/26/2012) [-]
News for you, I live in England too. Its still pound sterling which is a British currency. Northern Ireland aren't on the Euro. They use pound sterling from the Bank of Ulster.

But most importantly, who gives a **** , Bank of England notes are legal tender in all Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Bank of Scotland and RBS notes are legal tender in all England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and Bank of Ulster notes are all legal tender in England, Scotland and Wales. At the end of the day, they're all pound sterling, the national currency of Great Britain.

Northern Ireland and Scotland don't have any other currency, it's all classed as GBP. There is no difference. I don't see why you're getting so butthurt about being corrected or even when someone foreign and is a bit mis-educated on Britain says something wrong about our country. Lighten. The. **** . Up.
#25 to #21 - gtaant (09/26/2012) [-]
You live in England, not English. The note isn't even real, but it's a Bank of England note that is British and can be spent throughout the UK. Our money is GBP, Great BRITISH Pounds.

Northern Ireland is part of the UK and uses sterling, it has two banks printing GBP, Ulster and Bank of Ireland.

Scotland always has two banks which print, Royal Bank and Clydesdale Bank.

All these notes, be they Bank of England, Scottish or Irish are legal tender throughout the UK.

So before you get butthurt, we're all British and the note is a fake Bank of England British note.

Pic related, it's Northern Irish pound sterling notes from the Bank of Ireland and Ulster.
User avatar #26 to #25 - Loppytaffy (09/26/2012) [-]
What really? I live in England? Wow, I honestly thought I lived in English, not that I made a spelling error when changing my sentence wording.

When I last went to Ireland, I had to have all my money changed for Euros.

Also, I can live all over the UK, but that doesn't make me British instead of English- the fact that I was raised in England defines me. The fact that Bank of England notes are accepted all over the UK doesn't make them British instead of English. And English £10 note represents ten pounds. Yes, they may be GBP, but the note is still English.
User avatar #27 to #26 - Hayzer (09/26/2012) [-]
Just because the money is printed by the Bank of England doesn't mean it's not British. It's still ******* British. I live in Scotland and despite the notes we use looking different, they are also British. This whole argument is ******* stupid and it's over a FAKE note, and a title.
User avatar #28 to #26 - gtaant (09/26/2012) [-]
England, Scotland and Wales are all in Britain. Everything therein is British, the people, the shops, the money. EVERYTHING.

Yes, you are English, but you are also British.

That's like someone from Manchester saying "OMFG I'm not English, I'm Mancunian stupid!"
User avatar #29 to #28 - Loppytaffy (09/26/2012) [-]
Manchester doesn't have it's own language or flag.
#30 to #29 - gtaant (09/26/2012) [-]
Oh this is too easy. England doesn't have it's own language, English is the most widely used language in the world. Wales, Scotland and Ireland have languages, yes, but English predominates as the people there are British.

And pic related, it's the flag of Greater Manchester
User avatar #31 to #30 - Loppytaffy (09/26/2012) [-]
It's not really...You know what, **** it.
I've already presented my arguement. I'm not going into the differentce between a nationial flag and a county flag. Next you'll be saying your family name is your nationality because it has a coat of arms.
#46 to #31 - arguement (10/07/2012) [-]
*argument
User avatar #32 to #31 - gtaant (09/26/2012) [-]
Well you're saying you're not British 'cos you're English, it's not a giant leap.
User avatar #33 to #32 - Loppytaffy (09/26/2012) [-]
I'm saying I'm English because I was born and raised in England. Just as the Scottish say they're Scottish, and the Welsh say they're Welsh.
#45 to #33 - odonnell (09/26/2012) [-]
I always try to say this. (Im Scottish and consider myself Scottish since I have no Welsh, Northern Irish or English history.) However, there's always one arsehole that appears and informs me that I'm British no matter what since I have a British passport. I think we should all have our individual passports, it would solve the independence problem, 9/10 Scottish people want independence so they can be classed as Scottish, they don't really care much about the country now since its ****** if they stay or leave.

PS. I think the Scottish passport mock up design looks quite cool.
User avatar #34 to #33 - gtaant (09/26/2012) [-]
But you're also British. Just like you're also human.
#35 to #34 - Loppytaffy (09/26/2012) [-]
Whoever said I was human?
User avatar #36 to #35 - gtaant (09/26/2012) [-]
Meow!
User avatar #37 to #36 - Loppytaffy (09/26/2012) [-]
There's no need for that sort of language!
User avatar #44 to #21 - BrotherDeath (09/26/2012) [-]
"I live in English".

You speak English as fluently as everyone else here...
#42 to #21 - anon (09/26/2012) [-]
you just went full retard
User avatar #7 - longchildjones (09/26/2012) [-]
Yeahhh I'd say ten pounds is about right.
User avatar #1 - tikledpikle (09/25/2012) [-]
God save the queen indeed!
User avatar #22 to #1 - chuckbillrow (09/26/2012) [-]
she is not the queen... i dont think you would want to see the queen topless
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