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#252 - bronywhat
Reply +23
(05/03/2013) [-]
But calling the U.S. "America", although generally accepted, is just as inaccurate.
But calling the U.S. "America", although generally accepted, is just as inaccurate.
#358 to #252 - ScruffytheJanitor
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(05/03/2013) [-]
It's not inaccurate at all, the word "America'" is in the country's name.
#261 to #252 - sadistikal
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(05/03/2013) [-]
So what should a citizen of the USA be called? A USA-an?
#364 to #261 - noonesperfect
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(05/03/2013) [-]
an U.S citizen?
#277 to #261 - foxranger
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(05/03/2013) [-]
would you call an English person an England person? Didnt think so.
would you call an English person an England person? Didnt think so.
#280 to #277 - craazhy
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(05/03/2013) [-]
#282 to #280 - foxranger
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(05/03/2013) [-]
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#278 to #277 - sadistikal
Reply -1
(05/03/2013) [-]
Englishman

1. A man who is a native or inhabitant of England.
2. A man of English descent.
#281 to #278 - foxranger
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(05/03/2013) [-]
American

1. Citizen of the United States of America
#285 to #281 - sadistikal
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(05/03/2013) [-]
That's exactly my point, dumbass.
#286 to #285 - foxranger
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(05/03/2013) [-]
No, your point was to **** on the kid who commented first like the prick that you are.
#287 to #286 - sadistikal
Reply +1
(05/03/2013) [-]
Well, I gues you know what I'm thinking better than I do...
Well, I gues you know what I'm thinking better than I do...
#445 to #287 - foxranger
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(05/04/2013) [-]
guess* And yes I can read minds
#269 to #261 - conoriskool
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(05/03/2013) [-]
A Yank