2 years ago#51
This topic makes me think:
1. England is cool.
2. Australia is awesome.
Both are must-see countries before its Game Over.
Awaiting: Far Cry 3, GTA V
So, what games did you play today?
2 years ago#52
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Someone deleted my "go brush your teeth and drain your moat" comment!! Lmao!
Dear moderator, I'm from Essex, in England...
..We actually can laugh at ourselves here, by the way..
2 years ago#53
You'll offend Red Sox fans.
"I'm a leaf on the wind...watch how I soar."
2 years ago#54
happychappy654 posted...I find it ironic that Americans act as though the term Yank is so outdated and ignorant, yet I constantly hear the very same Americans asking the British if they live in Castles, drink tea and all have bad teeth. Then for Australians they ask such insanely dumb question like....if we ride Kangaroos to work...
I wouldn't expect political awareness and acting from the people that elected Bushes and believe that Obama is a messias.
Accepting everything blindly an advantage here? Really?
2 years ago#55
*wedges tongue in cheek*
Typical Yanks, always talking about the EU as if the Scots and the Greeks are the basically the same people because it's all 'Europe'. You do know it's a continent, not a country?
*goes back to eating crumpets in his castle*
Currently playing : Disgaea 3 - PS Vita.
2 years ago#56
I find it ironic that Americans act as though the term Yank is so outdated and ignorant, yet I constantly hear the very same Americans asking the British if they live in Castles, drink tea and all have bad teeth. Then for Australians they ask such insanely dumb question like....if we ride Kangaroos to work...
It's not outdated and ignorant, its just out dated, I'm not walking around calling people rubes, what is this the 1930's? If you want to mock us call us merkans, or fat, or you know, a-holes, I'd be fine with that
2 years ago#57
This topic makes me think:
2. I think so aswell number one however speaking as a northern English man (and not a Geordie before anyone mentions that) southern England is the rich part and has some decent country the north has less posh stuff better country and friendlier locals but if you do visit England bring an umbrella.
Oh and don't judge us on the Scottish we have tried making them more sophisticated but we haven't even persuaded men wearing skirts in such a cold windy climate is a bad idea.
Oh one quick question can a canuck confirm/deny Canadian armed forces mounted on mooseback would make excellent shock troopers.
2 years ago#58
CaIiber345 posted...This topic makes me think:
*is a Geordie*
Sono me dare no me?
Whose eyes are those eyes?
2 years ago#59
No I'm not a Geordie I am a mackem big difference and usually quite a bit of violence during football matches but mostly just good natured banter but mackems hate being called geordies and vise versa. Imagine calling a new Yorker a well actually I don't know what but calling them after their main rival.
Fun fact of the day I live about 5 minutes away from where George Washington was born its quite funny they had a huge plaque up listing his accomplishments and all that then as an afterthought added at the end that he was a traitor to the crown they took the traitor bit off after a while.
2 years ago#60
I can. I don't want to play against Yanks. It always ends up with the host being a Yank and having an advantage because of lag. Nothing personal.
CoD is like the Saturday night ITV of video games. Big, loud, well produced but ultimately shallow, disposable and tailored to the lowest common denominator.