Upload
Login or register

iraultima

Last status update:
-
Gender: male
Date Signed Up:6/15/2011
Last Login:11/29/2012
Location:England
FunnyJunk Career Stats
Content Thumbs: 147 total,  193 ,  46
Comment Thumbs: 1278 total,  1813 ,  535
Content Level Progress: 70% (7/10)
Level 14 Content: New Here → Level 15 Content: New Here
Comment Level Progress: 78% (78/100)
Level 212 Comments: Comedic Genius → Level 213 Comments: Comedic Genius
Subscribers:0
Content Views:16903
Times Content Favorited:10 times
Total Comments Made:351
FJ Points:1450
Favorite Tags: comp (2) | Spiderman (2)

latest user's comments

#19 - Lol, I remember when the easiest way to get a few thumbs for a… 05/10/2012 on NO +2
#44 - I couldn't deal with that, most EU supporters are either relig…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/09/2012 on Oh, 4chan! +4
#45 - codyklim (05/09/2012) [-]
sounds a lot like America
User avatar
#47 - daburger (05/09/2012) [-]
Except we're not stupid enough to share currency with Mexico.
#48 - codyklim (05/09/2012) [-]
America - Dollars
Mexico - Pesos
wat
#51 - daburger (05/09/2012) [-]
The EU incorporated a the same currency in 17 of the 27 countries in the EU called the "Eurozone." These countries include Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain. They all share the same currency called the Euro. It was a stupid move because it screws over the better economies in the Union due to all the other shitty economies in the Union bringing them down. If the US were to enter a similar deal with North American countries the US economy would probably go down. Currently the only country benefiting from the Euro is Germany and it's now their responsibility to bail out all the lesser countries in the Union in order to save their economy.

You got the names of the two different currencies of Mexico and the United States right, kudos. However, do a little research before trying to sound funny and get thumbs.
User avatar
#68 - appleboom (05/09/2012) [-]
The EU should go rot in a ditch. It's starting to affect the rest of the world really badly too.
#34 - EU's fault.  [+] (7 new replies) 05/09/2012 on Oh, 4chan! +5
#35 - codyklim (05/09/2012) [-]
in b4 this is now an EU argument thread
User avatar
#44 - iraultima (05/09/2012) [-]
I couldn't deal with that, most EU supporters are either religiously brainwashed or total fucking idiots.
#45 - codyklim (05/09/2012) [-]
sounds a lot like America
User avatar
#47 - daburger (05/09/2012) [-]
Except we're not stupid enough to share currency with Mexico.
#48 - codyklim (05/09/2012) [-]
America - Dollars
Mexico - Pesos
wat
#51 - daburger (05/09/2012) [-]
The EU incorporated a the same currency in 17 of the 27 countries in the EU called the "Eurozone." These countries include Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain. They all share the same currency called the Euro. It was a stupid move because it screws over the better economies in the Union due to all the other shitty economies in the Union bringing them down. If the US were to enter a similar deal with North American countries the US economy would probably go down. Currently the only country benefiting from the Euro is Germany and it's now their responsibility to bail out all the lesser countries in the Union in order to save their economy.

You got the names of the two different currencies of Mexico and the United States right, kudos. However, do a little research before trying to sound funny and get thumbs.
User avatar
#68 - appleboom (05/09/2012) [-]
The EU should go rot in a ditch. It's starting to affect the rest of the world really badly too.
#165 - Picture 05/03/2012 on Spike +3
#783 - Picture 05/02/2012 on America: the Story of Us 0
#781 - Might not have been English though.....  [+] (1 new reply) 05/02/2012 on America: the Story of Us 0
User avatar
#786 - meganinja (05/02/2012) [-]
The way they were illustrated, they were Englishmen. The pilgrims were puritans who left Englad and went to whatever the netherlands were called back then (was it Holland?), but they didn't like it there so they decided to go to the new world. So they were technically English, although a few of the children may have been Dutch citizens.
#775 - Nope, they could be English, Dutch, Scottish, French or Swedis…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/02/2012 on America: the Story of Us 0
User avatar
#780 - meganinja (05/02/2012) [-]
Alright, then they were Englishmen. Which what you said is my point. They couldn't have been American, there was no United States at the time.
User avatar
#781 - iraultima (05/02/2012) [-]
Might not have been English though.....
User avatar
#786 - meganinja (05/02/2012) [-]
The way they were illustrated, they were Englishmen. The pilgrims were puritans who left Englad and went to whatever the netherlands were called back then (was it Holland?), but they didn't like it there so they decided to go to the new world. So they were technically English, although a few of the children may have been Dutch citizens.
#772 - It actually makes me kinda sad how little most Americans know …  [+] (1 new reply) 05/02/2012 on America: the Story of Us +5
#783 - iraultima (05/02/2012) [-]
#760 - Well the British and French actually used a lot of diplomacy w…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/02/2012 on America: the Story of Us 0
User avatar
#766 - meganinja (05/02/2012) [-]
I'm not saying the U.S. was perfect with the Indians after we won our independence (very far from it, we treated them like crap) But in that specific example, they were British, not American.
User avatar
#775 - iraultima (05/02/2012) [-]
Nope, they could be English, Dutch, Scottish, French or Swedish. No such thing as Britain then anyway. ;)
User avatar
#780 - meganinja (05/02/2012) [-]
Alright, then they were Englishmen. Which what you said is my point. They couldn't have been American, there was no United States at the time.
User avatar
#781 - iraultima (05/02/2012) [-]
Might not have been English though.....
User avatar
#786 - meganinja (05/02/2012) [-]
The way they were illustrated, they were Englishmen. The pilgrims were puritans who left Englad and went to whatever the netherlands were called back then (was it Holland?), but they didn't like it there so they decided to go to the new world. So they were technically English, although a few of the children may have been Dutch citizens.
#411 - Picture 05/01/2012 on Lighting a match: slowmo 0