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Submitted: 12/11/2012
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#625 - aooc (12/14/2012) [-]
I remember the post from the last year, just when I started lurking this site and everybody was bitching about rolling pictures. Thank you funnyjunk for making me laugh all this time :D
User avatar #607 - scottza (12/13/2012) [-]
after seeing this on 10/10/10 and 11/11/11, guess how surprised i was to see this. At least there's no 13/13/13
User avatar #603 - jsrf (12/13/2012) [-]
Thanks to all of you that explained this joke. i realy dident feel like responding to all comments so yah..
#595 - rileyisawesome (12/12/2012) [-]
>Playing xbox
>Guy from England hears I'm American and makes fun of me for living in a fat country and starts calling me fat even though I'm not.
>I say "Dude, people from England have horrible teeth."
>He flips dick, saying "AYE MATE THAT'S JUST A BLOODY STEREOTYPE. YOU WANKER."
MFW
#598 to #595 - amuter (12/13/2012) [-]
MFW steretypes
MFW steretypes
User avatar #593 - Sandisky (12/12/2012) [-]
Actually in my country it's 12/12/12
User avatar #601 to #593 - HarvietheDinkle (12/13/2012) [-]
Why would you do that? why do you say "12" first? it gets confusing.

That's why in my country we use 12/12/12, not 12/12/12.
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#586 - TravisPastrana (12/12/2012) [-]


I'm going to subscribe because the description said to do so.
#585 - dmoneys (12/12/2012) [-]
British don't understand why we do it this way, here why (it's actually logically.)

The shortest way to say the full date aloud would be, for example, December 3rd, 2012, thus 12/3/12
#587 to #585 - solomonn (12/12/2012) [-]
Because say 3rd of december 2012 is so much harder. And it makes more sense written down.
User avatar #589 to #587 - kaycie (12/12/2012) [-]
then why do we say "the fourth of july" ?
it just has a ring to it.
User avatar #588 to #587 - dmoneys (12/12/2012) [-]
Sure it's not SO much harder, but you know us Americans being the lazy ******** we are
User avatar #571 - fjblogger (12/12/2012) [-]
I don't get it....why is it funny?
User avatar #597 to #571 - makethingsworse (12/12/2012) [-]
MLA Format.
User avatar #574 to #571 - tankerdude ONLINE (12/12/2012) [-]
i think Britain is day, month, then year
User avatar #594 to #574 - bronybox ONLINE (12/12/2012) [-]
the rest of the world*
User avatar #599 to #594 - amuter (12/13/2012) [-]
NOPE Japan has Year/month/day
User avatar #600 to #599 - bronybox ONLINE (12/13/2012) [-]
the rest of the western world*
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User avatar #570 to #566 - boydaranga **User deleted account** (12/12/2012) [-]
That's like, Your opinion...
User avatar #560 - xxthekeexx (12/12/2012) [-]
it feels so weird it is the last time the date will match until they make another month.
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#564 to #560 - anonymous (12/12/2012) [-]
It's not the last time, it will happen again on 3001
#563 to #560 - anonymous (12/12/2012) [-]
until they make another month? are you implying this might actually happen?
User avatar #555 - angelmatvey (12/12/2012) [-]
Question for all you British people...
Americans number their dates month/day/year, and we say the month and then the day (like January 16th / January the sixteenth). Do you guys say the day and then the month (like the sixteenth of January) instead? Or are you guys just weird?
#627 to #555 - extremeface (12/17/2012) [-]
you are right, if you cannot comprehend the idea of us saying the date this way you must forfeit our language.
User avatar #590 to #555 - patofeliz (12/12/2012) [-]
I think the whole world except you, americans, do so
User avatar #559 to #555 - theonlyjero (12/12/2012) [-]
Yup.
Like for example, I would say today is "The 12th of December 2012".
User avatar #558 to #555 - sonda **User deleted account** (12/12/2012) [-]
Yeah, we say the day then month.
User avatar #562 to #558 - angelmatvey (12/12/2012) [-]
Well, now everything makes sense.
User avatar #580 to #553 - jalthelas (12/12/2012) [-]
USA: month/day/year
England: day/month/year
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User avatar #540 - jsrf (12/12/2012) [-]
Can somone explain the joke please
User avatar #550 to #540 - dramakid (12/12/2012) [-]
It's not funny anyway so don't worry. Only brits will understand this post.
User avatar #572 to #550 - vleasian (12/12/2012) [-]
Brits and nearly every non-american.
#549 to #540 - anonymous (12/12/2012) [-]
england goes day/month/year
america goes month/day/year
theyve literally been making **** like this since 2001
#626 to #549 - Seority (12/14/2012) [-]
If you go by Mayan dates which would make it:
Tonalli Trecena Xihiutl
(day, 13 day "month", solar year)
In this case, the Brits are correct.
User avatar #548 to #540 - Theyneverknow (12/12/2012) [-]
'murica swaps the month and day for some reasion
month/day/year instead of day/month/year
#547 to #540 - aludin (12/12/2012) [-]
They set dates as month/day/year
We set dates as day/month/year
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#533 - manofbeardliness (12/12/2012) [-]
Wow, never thought anyone would make that joke....
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User avatar #556 to #521 - fukkentyranitar ONLINE (12/12/2012) [-]
Compare this to a picture of Donald Glover.
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