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British People Problems. Part 2 (12 pics)

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№1 Author: Wulfruna (21 May 2013 02:58) Total user comments: 141


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#4 I don't know what this means.
#7 Haha! Every time.
#10 British people don't really say 'retarded'.
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№2 Author: 1234 (21 May 2013 06:17) Total user comments: 1878


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7 is daily struggle :02:
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№3 Author: MathIsHard (21 May 2013 08:09) Total user comments: 1404


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More Americans speak English than do English








'MURRRRIKA!!!
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№4 Author: Anon Y Mouse (21 May 2013 11:04) Total user comments: 9


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@MathIsHard

Oh dear.

Firstly; it's "More Americans speak English than do THE English" (or technically the British).

Secondly; it's debatable as to whether the mauling Americans give the English language actually classes as proper English. When you get it right you've earned the privilege of claiming it on your websites.

Thirdly; it's 'Maths' not 'Math' because it's normally expressed as a plural (proof positive for my second point)

:P
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№5 Author: symon (21 May 2013 17:00) Total user comments: 232


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The ' Daily Mail ' .
HaH. ,Nice one ! :05:
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№6 Author: Lu (21 May 2013 21:01) Total user comments: 15082


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What the hell, they are a jolly lot.
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№7 Author: Forfattare (22 May 2013 03:42) Total user comments: 897


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why do english people doesn't like to talk to strangers or have eye contact or something like that?
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№8 Author: MathIsHard (24 May 2013 03:49) Total user comments: 1404


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@Anon_Y_Mouse

1. Ya got me on this one (but technically the island of Britain encompasses Scotland and Wales, and to my (limited) knowledge, they're not too keen on the whole "English" thing)

2. A quote of a quote: "The level of consistency we now have come to expect in terms of spelling and punctuation is a relatively new phenomenon," says Anne Curzan, a language historian and professor of English at the University of Michigan. "In Shakespeare's time, the use of punctuation was very different, and not even consistent within individual texts. Manuscripts from the Medieval and Renaissance periods often include instances of the same word spelled differently, even on the same page."

3. "Maths" is British, and informal at that

4. 'murika :-P
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№9 Author: roaringrid (25 May 2013 13:19) Total user comments: 18


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Daily Mail ... Absolutely! Sick of that shit!
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