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#67 - The middle class is the 98%  [+] (3 replies) 08/06/2016 on Shill Harder -1
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#71 - ningyoaijin (08/06/2016) [-]
We call that working class. Middle class in the UK is nothing but posh private schooled city dwellers with holiday homes.
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#85 - Gandalfthewhite (08/06/2016) [-]
that's a bit on the upper middle side. I'm middle class and i went to a standard state school in Zone 4 east London without a holiday home
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#72 - XanicLyoka (08/06/2016) [-]
Things work a little differently over here. We're a bit more spread out, but the middle class for America IS the working class for the most part.
#29 - Canada is awesome. The people are nice, the weather's decent, …  [+] (4 replies) 08/02/2016 on Halifax Police +6
#131 - anon (08/02/2016) [-]
>Something nice happening
>Assume it is in Canada
>It isn't
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#234 - XanicLyoka (08/03/2016) [-]
Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia.
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#48 - misticalz (08/02/2016) [-]
#57 - What is a fan of sharks called? Furries are fuzzy animals, sca…  [+] (3 replies) 07/31/2016 on Source Pornmaker +4
#69 - zarhakkar (07/31/2016) [-]
Y'know, I'm actually not too sure about that. WikiFur says cetaceans, but, since the article is a stub and the term cetacean relates primarily to aquatic mammals such as dolphins and whales, I am lead to doubt the accuracy of that conjecture.
Personally, to keep it simple and avoid confusion, I just consider sharks as "aquatic scailes" and leave it be.
       Something I wanted to add:
            ☻People fap to porn
            ☻Bronies clop to ponies
            ☻Furries yiff to animals
            ☻Scalies hiss to reptiles
            ☻Technophiles clank to robots

             The last two verbs I may have made up. But hey, they fit, don't they?
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#108 - dofyx (07/31/2016) [-]
sharks are technically cartilaginous fish, it is from the kingdom animalia, phylum chordata. It would fit under the class Chondrichthyes, so whatever people use to identify fish or mermaids i guess? pretty sure mermaids are still mammals also is what a shark aficionado would call them
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#58 - commissarcrunch (07/31/2016) [-]
dont sharks have weird scaley sandpaper skin or something? if that is the case, then scalies should work. but i mean thats a bit of a stretch