The English Language. . WHATS WITH YOU ENGLAND, YOU INVENTED THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND YET BARELY SPEAK IT WHY CANT YOU LEARN TO SPEAK REAL ENGLISH LIKE ME Shizz The English Language WHATS WITH YOU ENGLAND INVENTED THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND YET BARELY SPEAK IT WHY CANT LEARN TO REAL LIKE ME Shizz
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WHATS WITH YOU ENGLAND, YOU INVENTED
THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND YET BARELY SPEAK IT
WHY CANT YOU LEARN TO SPEAK
REAL ENGLISH LIKE ME
Shizzle muh Nigga, I gots
skinny on the 411,
tyrori" d be "drippin up in this hood, its all
good Nigga, peace out
WHAT THE FUCK HAVE I DANE
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#40 - macsauce
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Fixed.
#42 - antigravitycake
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i hate how these things are never accurate
#61 to #42 - ghustla
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GOD ALMIGHTY
#197 to #42 - swiftykidd **User deleted account**
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#202 to #42 - unijaw
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pfft it be okay if Hindus were overrunning us its Islam I can't stand.
User avatar #175 to #42 - destructodan **User deleted account**
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did you hear that by 2066 White British will be a minority in the UK?
#229 to #175 - intrepidy
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That assumes population and immigration rates stay the same. I'd like to think the poor countries people emigrate from would be better by then.
#66 to #42 - mrshrapnel
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This is gold!
#64 - ariscorp
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SCOTLAND ENGLAND NORTHERN IRELAND WALES IS THE UNITED KINGDOM NOT JUST ENGLAND.
#121 to #64 - restfullwicked
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actually wales isnt one of the united kingdoms. its kingdom is the same kingdom as england.
User avatar #138 to #121 - mutzaki
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He only said it was part of The United Kingdom.
#140 to #138 - restfullwicked
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yea but its not. its part of Britain, not the united kingdom.
User avatar #143 to #140 - mutzaki
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No, Wales is part of The United Kingdom, as The UK partially consists of the entire island Great Britain. You might be mixing things up.
#146 to #143 - restfullwicked
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no im not. Wales hasnt been a kingdom for almost a thousand years. that means that when the english monarch came to rule over every kingdom of britain, wales wasn't one of them because it is the same kingdom as England. So again. Wales is not part of the United Kingdoms because it is not a kingdom of itself.
the full title that we hardly use anymore is the United Kingdoms of Great Britain, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
Wales has never been included in the title because it is not a kingdom.
User avatar #159 to #146 - mutzaki
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The official title is actually The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It's funny, because your misinformed title doesn't make sense to have "...of Great Britain, Scotland..." seeing as how Scotland is part of Great Britain. You see, that title would mean that Scotland isn't part of Great Britain, but still the UK, but that's only the case of N. Ireland.
Wales joined up with England in a union, which was the beginning of the UK.

http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/customs/questions/britain.html
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Countries_of_the_United_Kingdom
http://geography.about.com/library/faq/blqzuk.htm
wikitravel.org/en/United_Kingdom
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terminology_of_the_British_Isles
wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_official_name_of_the_United_Kingdom
#234 to #146 - theomegashade
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We've still got a king. he's just hibernating. In a cave. with Merlin. and Arthur
#235 to #234 - restfullwicked
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well since Arthur was welsh anyway chances are good.
#180 to #146 - anon id: 68c9773b
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Oh man you are so off on so many levels, I suspect you are trolling
#65 to #64 - mankey
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#91 to #65 - adamnow
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Ireland wouldn't give a **** because we won our freedom off the Brits.

England can wear whatever they want.

Pic related. Brian Dobson.
User avatar #107 to #91 - AreyouSerious
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What about North Ireland? That's still under British Parliament's control isn't it?
#108 to #107 - adamnow
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Yes, but it's not part of the Republic
User avatar #109 to #108 - AreyouSerious
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Brits should just sell it back to Ireland, I mean is there anything important there.
#112 to #109 - adamnow
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They can keep it...
User avatar #113 to #112 - AreyouSerious
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why?
User avatar #191 to #113 - windorigins
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Religion man, it's always about that
#98 to #91 - anon id: b3185356
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Yeah, shame about that whole Euro being ****** and Irelands economy going down the ******* unless Britain bails you out for £14 billion because our economy still works. But hey, you're still free, that's something right?
#103 to #98 - adamnow
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Yes, free.

British twat.
User avatar #118 to #103 - lordmoldywart
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Oh no, an Irish person with an ignorant prejudice about the British because of incidents that happened decades before he/she was even born

#86 - windmagevaati
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#128 to #86 - itsbendingtime
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>English teabags
>tabs on the teabags

Clearly you know very little about English tea standards.

I bet you odious cretins leave your bags in the tea as well.
#148 to #128 - reginleif
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The only thing I leave in my beverages is FREEDOM.
#168 to #128 - anon id: e7da321b
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Bee, GET YOUR HEAD OUT OF YOUR ASS/ THE QUEEN/ FUNNY HUH??$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
User avatar #135 to #128 - mutzaki
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I leave my bag in my pants, personally.
#127 to #86 - itsbendingtime
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User avatar #16 - sepheroth
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"I gots da skinny on the 411" means I've got the information on the information! ******* incompetent britfags!
#50 to #16 - madoc
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If you're implaying the author is a britfag since she didn't know that, I'll gladly inform you she is in fact, danish.
User avatar #186 to #50 - sepheroth
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The character is England...
User avatar #33 to #16 - xplosevdiarrhea
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dammit sepheroth I wanted to correct him
User avatar #35 to #33 - sepheroth
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Well, xplosevdiarrhea, looks like you're **** out of luck.
#187 to #35 - boredomavenger
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>xplosevdiarrhea
>**** out of luck

I see what you did there...
User avatar #189 to #187 - sepheroth
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Yeah...when I first saw it thumbed down, I was kind of depressed.
#190 to #189 - boredomavenger
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i saw that, too, and thumbed you up so that there wasn't a red stain on a jewel of a comment like yours
User avatar #211 to #190 - existacne
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Would you please kindly explain me, why did you use that picture?
User avatar #232 to #211 - boredomavenger
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no idea
#233 to #232 - existacne
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Well, **** you too.
User avatar #203 to #190 - sepheroth
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Thanks, bro
#2 - anon id: 6ccf0791
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The English speak English, Americans speak speak English with an American dialect.
#14 to #2 - andytang
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Actually the american is the original english. British english became popular during the 17th and 18th century.
#119 to #14 - anon id: c2c74615
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you can't be that retarded, surely.
User avatar #28 to #2 - gorginhanson
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so, the correct way
#7 to #2 - mysticninja
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Nailed it.
User avatar #11 to #2 - reyden
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i don't know what they tell ya over on the queen's side but in the land of FREEDOM we speak american, not english
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#32 to #2 - anon id: 85b7fc9c
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Technically, American English has changed the least from the time of the American Revolution. English people began pronouncing the words so ******* weird because they wanted to sound more "proper."
#46 to #32 - anon id: 956595e9
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I think that's called 'slang'.
#172 to #2 - anon id: 9dccfd36
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Actually, when America was colonized, they had their current accent. British changed sometime in the early 1800s.
#213 to #172 - golbot
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That's actually correct. Words like "yonder" or "skillet" that southern Americans use are actually 17th century English words. So in all reality, the American southern accent is actually just the way British people talked in the 1600's. They just evolved their accent since then.

History FTW
#196 to #2 - anon id: 24830cac
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no **** einstein
User avatar #217 to #2 - Fgner
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Actually, the American accent is much more accurate to the "original" English accent than that of the British. So technically Americans speak English - Brits speak English with a British dialect.
User avatar #5 to #2 - jtwagner
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Yet the Queens English is the one that's changed them most since they branched apart.
User avatar #6 to #5 - jtwagner
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the*
User avatar #126 to #6 - haunterbrony
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I really like your avatar.
User avatar #224 to #126 - jtwagner
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skyrimturtles made it.
User avatar #15 to #2 - aldheim
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It's just odd because Australian, New Zealand and American dialects are all closer to one another than any are to English dialects.
User avatar #69 to #15 - elitejerkz
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Also americans and english people have different accents within their own country.
User avatar #68 to #15 - elitejerkz
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Australians sound nothing like Kiwis or Americans
#3 to #2 - chrolt
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#63 - felixjarl
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#1 - dsrtpnk
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Never heard my fellow countrymen ever say that the English couldn't speak English but the Europeans I always meet always think I speak ebonics.

Sup wit dat ******** yo?
#47 - itsbendingtime
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English people cannot speak the language incorrectly.
We can all start speaking with a completely different dialect and using new words tomorrow, and it will become the correct way to speak the language. English people living in England decide how the "correct" way to speak the language is.

Oh, and it's Aluminium, not Aluminum.
User avatar #49 to #47 - PubLandlord
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Yeah but only certain words make it into the Oxford English Dictionary with their correct definitions
#59 to #47 - xzynth
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MFW "Oh, and it's Aluminium, not Aluminum."