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#1551 - Age: 21 Sex: Female Location: Scotland The potenti… 4 hours ago on Feels thread, open your hearts 0
#87 - Unless they use proportional representation instead of the Wes… 06/02/2014 on America did the thing 0
#132 - I rather like my maternity leave, NHS, education spending and …  [+] (1 new reply) 05/16/2014 on White Japps +2
#156 - earlploddington (05/16/2014) [-]
But don't you agree that our current prime minister doesn't look like enough of a colossal cunt already? We clearly need more racism.
#171 - Isn't that more geeky than nerdy? I like to have intellect…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/16/2014 on the n word 0
User avatar #172 - edzeppelin (05/16/2014) [-]
No no no, not at all. I think we actually have the same viewpoint here- I think people lose track of what a "nerd" originally was meant to mean. I think people consider nerds now to be smart, intellectual people, yet most people who grew up being called nerds are in fact people who just enjoyed what would be considered geeky pursuits. There's this strange "beautification" of nerds going on where girls seem to be obsessed with the idea of dating some JGL clone with glasses that she thinks is a nerd, when in reality that word is tied to years of torment for most people who were called it.
#49 - I really like one of my good from uni, and he's been dropping …  [+] (5 new replies) 04/26/2014 on For my female friends +6
#114 - Fgner (04/26/2014) [-]
So I take it you see each other almost every day. Okay the next time you see him, tell him how you feel. Drop it at a good time, like right after he makes you laugh a lot or when you guys are enjoying something memorable and just slip in "I really, really like you anon, we should go out sometime." or something of the like. Maybe sneak in a quick kiss.

If you get flustered trying to get it out (believe me I know the feeling) - just close your eyes and hold a breathe in for 4 seconds then let it out for 2, that helps with most of my anxiety attacks.
#76 - devout feminist (04/26/2014) [-]
the way I see it, if you're 100% certain he likes you, tell him your feelings but let him be the one to ask you out.
User avatar #69 - Smidgit (04/26/2014) [-]
I had a situatioin exactly like this
what I did was
got really drunk with him, told him, then made out with him
it worked really well
we aren't together now because it just didn't work for us
but he is still my best friend
so nothing bad came of it!
Go for it, you won't regret it
User avatar #58 - twistedwoodthing (04/26/2014) [-]
WHYYYYY if you've got the sense you both like each other wouldn't you make a move? Awkward or not, self deprecating or not, GO FOR IT.
I was good friends with my current boyfriend a year before we started actually seeing each other. Get out of the friend zone and never look back.
#55 - devout feminist (04/26/2014) [-]
Just kiss him and get it out the way.
#48 - Picture 04/25/2014 on Best Feature +3
#1290 - **monkee rolls 3,591,170** 04/22/2014 on Freeeeeeeeeee 0
#52 - Sierra Leone, Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya.  [+] (14 new replies) 04/17/2014 on A Tank Fact +53
#67 - widar (04/17/2014) [-]
So against nobody who actually has realistic anti-tank capabilities.
User avatar #78 - snowshark (04/17/2014) [-]
In Iraq a number of US tanks were disabled by short-ranged anti-tank fire. The same could not be said of the Challenger II with one tank taking an alleged 100 RPG shots without being disabled.

Also, the most dangerous foes the Challengers have ever had to face are the United States of America, namely the few cases (out of many) of friendly fire from US troops that involved Challenger Tanks. There was a case when a US anti-tank aircraft demolished two UK Scimitar light reconnaissance tanks but was unable to disable the Challenger II.

Also, in the case where the one demolished Challenger II was disabled it was an incident of UK friendly fire in pitch darkness during the Iraq war in 2003 where the offending Challenger tore the turret off the victim tank with a single round. In that single six-day engagement 18 soldiers lost lives to friendly fire, mostly from US troops. Two were killed by the Iraqi forces.

It was quite a disaster all things considered but if nothing else it proved the capabilities of the Challenger II.

The tanks have not been really put through the ringer like you would have seen with tanks during the world wars but the same is true of the US Abrams tank.
User avatar #82 - kommandantvideo (04/17/2014) [-]
Sounds to me like the troops in those light tanks just needed some freedom
User avatar #90 - snowshark (04/17/2014) [-]
I like that 'Freedom' has become a 'Murica gag and good manners have become a Canadian gag but how the hell did the British end up with "U wot" instead of a tea-related freedom counterpart.

It kinda baffles me.
#95 - kommandantvideo (04/17/2014) [-]
Americans drink tea, too
#151 - devout feminist (04/17/2014) [-]
What's with the picture of the British guy drinking tea in the USA box?
User avatar #153 - bobthedilder (04/17/2014) [-]
Gene Wilder isn't British.
User avatar #99 - WozzaBuddha (04/17/2014) [-]
Cold tea, or tea with weird tails coming out of the tea bag
User avatar #104 - snowshark (04/17/2014) [-]
The tails are to be able to take the bag out of the tea easily but in all honesty there's no point to them unless you don't have a teaspoon to stir the tea in which case the fuck are you doing, bro?

So you can see the logic, it just doesn't hold up to scrutiny. Also, the fuck happened to pyramid teabags? I remember Johnny Vegas in the Tetlea comercials going on about how good they are but that doesn't seem to be the case since Twinings (the superior company) still uses flat bags. *shrug*
User avatar #107 - WozzaBuddha (04/17/2014) [-]
Those pyramid bags were the best, even if they didn't do anything, they were still amazing, I was peeved when there were no more
User avatar #110 - snowshark (04/17/2014) [-]
They didn't do anything? Then it must have been a passing fad since traditional bags are easier to store and you can get more in each box.

Also, I love how in the UK we have adverts where comedians and stuffed animals praise the mechanics of teabags. I don't even know how we got to this point but it really feels like the UK has no shits left to give.

User avatar #119 - WozzaBuddha (04/17/2014) [-]
When you start to talk about the mechanics of teabags I think an immediate life re-evaluation is needed
User avatar #133 - snowshark (04/17/2014) [-]
#96 - snowshark (04/17/2014) [-]
Yeah but with Britain it's sort of a religious thing. Not that it's tied into faith or anything, there is just a -lot- of tea-drinking in UK culture.

E.G: In Britain it is an offence punishable by death to partake in the satanic bile that is 'Iced Tea'.
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#142 - watlamon 04/03/2014 on whats your digimon name? 0

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#7 - thebestofmurder (01/29/2013) [-]
Sorry if I came off as a callous prick. It wasn't my intention. I'm just tired of hearing people say such things about something I hold dear. I come here to say sorry, I meant nothing cruel or mean by it. I meant a challenge to the "ignorant" atheists.
Sorry if I came off as a callous prick. It wasn't my intention. I'm just tired of hearing people say such things about something I hold dear. I come here to say sorry, I meant nothing cruel or mean by it. I meant a challenge to the "ignorant" atheists.
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you were the first person to ever comment on my profile.

User avatar #4 to #3 - monkee (03/11/2011) [-]
well that makes me feel special I suppose :)
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woop ^^ you stole my cherry
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