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We venerate a skeleton in a women dress.
 
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The British don't drink tea all the livelong day and we don't meet the Queen.

Sorry.
 
Jun 13, 2013 6:05 PM
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Highschool graduation involves putting on red overalls and then we drink for 17 days straight.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russefeiring here's some more info if someone is interested.

I think russ is the weirdest tradition Norway have x] I did enjoy being a russ myself though.
 
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Most people in california are mexican
 
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The British don't drink tea all the livelong day and we don't meet the Queen.

Sorry.


You don't drink tea all day? : O WHAAAT?!
I was sure that if i went to england and said that i don't like tea, i would get banned from the country.
 
Jun 13, 2013 6:16 PM

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In Korea, plastic surgery is often a graduation present from parents to their kids (usually daughters) when they graduate from high school.

Also, we eat dogs. and raw octupi (as in we eat it whole, alive)
 
Jun 13, 2013 6:18 PM

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In Korea, plastic surgery is often a graduation present from parents to their kids (usually daughters) when they graduate from high school.
You getting penis enlargement for your graduation yeah?
 
Jun 13, 2013 6:33 PM

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We have great food here in Indonesia. Even if you spend all of your life researching food here you still won't even get close to the tip of iceberg.
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Jun 13, 2013 6:50 PM

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Forgetfulness said:
Chibi-Alice said:
Kuromii said:
The British don't drink tea all the livelong day and we don't meet the Queen.

Sorry.


You don't drink tea all day? : O WHAAAT?!
I was sure that if i went to england and said that i don't like tea, i would get banned from the country.

Nah, but in schools there's a special break in the afternoon called 'tea'.
I usually just got hot chocolate though ;)
Not in any of the schools i've been to.
 
Jun 13, 2013 6:52 PM

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As I sit here in my chair, eyeing up the variety of boxes of tea that I have, I wonder if I'm somehow filling a stereotype rather too well.
 
Jun 13, 2013 6:53 PM

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As I sit here in my chair, eyeing up the variety of boxes of tea that I have, I wonder if I'm somehow filling a stereotype rather too well.
Picture pls.
 
Jun 13, 2013 6:56 PM

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Mkayyy said:
InfiniteRufus said:
As I sit here in my chair, eyeing up the variety of boxes of tea that I have, I wonder if I'm somehow filling a stereotype rather too well.
Picture pls.
Of the tea?
 
Jun 13, 2013 6:57 PM

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InfiniteRufus said:
Mkayyy said:
InfiniteRufus said:
As I sit here in my chair, eyeing up the variety of boxes of tea that I have, I wonder if I'm somehow filling a stereotype rather too well.
Picture pls.
Of the tea?


Of my penis enlargement?
 
Jun 13, 2013 6:58 PM

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Hidden_Joker said:
InfiniteRufus said:
Mkayyy said:
InfiniteRufus said:
As I sit here in my chair, eyeing up the variety of boxes of tea that I have, I wonder if I'm somehow filling a stereotype rather too well.
Picture pls.
Of the tea?


Of my penis enlargement?
Both.
 
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Hidden_Joker said:
InfiniteRufus said:
Mkayyy said:
InfiniteRufus said:
As I sit here in my chair, eyeing up the variety of boxes of tea that I have, I wonder if I'm somehow filling a stereotype rather too well.
Picture pls.
Of the tea?


Of my penis enlargement?

How come he's asking me to take a picture of your penis enlargement?
 
Jun 13, 2013 7:00 PM

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InfiniteRufus said:
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InfiniteRufus said:
Mkayyy said:
InfiniteRufus said:
As I sit here in my chair, eyeing up the variety of boxes of tea that I have, I wonder if I'm somehow filling a stereotype rather too well.
Picture pls.
Of the tea?


Of my penis enlargement?

How come he's asking me to take a picture of your penis enlargement?
Make sure you zoom in on the teabags for a good picture.
 
Jun 13, 2013 7:04 PM

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Mkayyy said:
InfiniteRufus said:
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InfiniteRufus said:
Mkayyy said:
InfiniteRufus said:
As I sit here in my chair, eyeing up the variety of boxes of tea that I have, I wonder if I'm somehow filling a stereotype rather too well.
Picture pls.
Of the tea?


Of my penis enlargement?

How come he's asking me to take a picture of your penis enlargement?
Make sure you zoom in on the teabags for a good picture.


I would, but I somehow doubt you'll be able to tell the difference between a Chai teabag and a Darjeeling teabag. I feel like it'd be a waste on you.
 
Jun 13, 2013 7:07 PM

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Indonesia

we have comodo dragons
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Jun 13, 2013 7:10 PM

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p.s. 1500TH POST WOOOOOOOO

Mellow pls.

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Jun 13, 2013 7:12 PM

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Nikin said:
Last year, a search was conducted and 25 million American adults were living with their parents in the U.S.

I think it's worse in other countries.

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Assuming that since they're living with their parents means they're unemployed that's rather alarming :o

I live with my parents. Not unemployed. Just poor.
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Jun 13, 2013 7:39 PM

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we have comodo dragons


Komodo dragon?
 
Jun 13, 2013 7:42 PM

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Hidden_Joker said:
Vixion said:
Indonesia

we have comodo dragons


Komodo dragon?
Yes it was Komodo.
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Jun 13, 2013 7:42 PM

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Vixion said:
Indonesia

we have comodo dragons


Komodo dragon?

Nah, he was trying to say commodore dragons.

Basically, he's saying that dragons hold positions within their military.
 
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a main candidate of my country went to legalize weed in '72 (ie part of either two big parties)

sadly he lost by over 500 house votes to one of the most infamous politicians in my country's history

InfiniteRufus said:
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Vixion said:
Indonesia

we have comodo dragons


Komodo dragon?

Nah, he was trying to say commodore dragons.

Basically, he's saying that dragons hold positions within their military.


polish people have hussars
thats like a dragon isn't it
it has wings
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As I sit here in my chair, eyeing up the variety of boxes of tea that I have, I wonder if I'm somehow filling a stereotype rather too well.


I'm part English and I have heaps of tea at my place, a small cupboard actually... now that's a stereotype
 
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Vixion said:
Indonesia

we have comodo dragons


Komodo dragon?


Yes, thankyou
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InfiniteRufus said:
As I sit here in my chair, eyeing up the variety of boxes of tea that I have, I wonder if I'm somehow filling a stereotype rather too well.


I'm part English and I have heaps of tea at my place, a small cupboard actually... now that's a stereotype
I live in the state where Starbucks was created and I don't really drink coffee and just have tea, what a reverse stereotype I am.
 
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Men openly wear skirts and rally on the street burning images of St George's Cross [fact]
 
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Men openly wear skirts and rally on the street burning images of St George's Cross [fact]

Oh, so Scottish then? I always assumed you were English for some reason.
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Jun 13, 2013 9:45 PM

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IntroverTurtle said:
mofohobo said:
InfiniteRufus said:
As I sit here in my chair, eyeing up the variety of boxes of tea that I have, I wonder if I'm somehow filling a stereotype rather too well.


I'm part English and I have heaps of tea at my place, a small cupboard actually... now that's a stereotype
I live in the state where Starbucks was created and I don't really drink coffee and just have tea, what a reverse stereotype I am.
I may have caused a fire in one.
I'm even less of a stereotype.
I'm dead. Don't come looking for me.
 
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In Iraq 5 times a day you hear the call of prayer from many Mosque's all around. It's really amazing. And it's really loud and comes from all directions. You'll hear it from your house.
 
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In Iraq 5 times a day you hear the call of prayer from many Mosque's all around. It's really amazing. And it's really loud and comes from all directions. You'll hear it from your house.


that happens here too
infact im hearing it right now
its kinda annoy me though since im not muslim
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I like it. It's probably annoying if your not Muslim though
 
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Can we make it "your city"? xD if so, and there is a great thing happening here... The City where I live is the most peaceful city in our whole country... Why? You do sh*t, police will pick you up, put you to jail in about a week, then will release you, then our MAYOR will abduct you, and everyone will see of no trace of you forever!!! Good bye world.. xD
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More than half my country is composed of human cows. Waddling around with their big macs and triumphant looks. "Hey, it's what's inside that counts." If you mean wads and wads of fat.

'Murica.

 
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People likes to swim in floods
 
Jun 14, 2013 3:48 AM

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The financial sector in our capital is outside jurisdiction of our police department... welp.
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Most of our people are fat lazy fucks. The other ones are either thin lazy fucks, moderately over wieght lazy fucks, physically fit lazy fucks, or hard workers of multiple different weights and builds.
Nowhere in the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme does it state that Humpty is an egg.
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the food like adobo thats it --- Philippines
 
Jun 14, 2013 4:45 AM

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the food like adobo thats it --- Philippines


I like sinigang more.

 
Jun 14, 2013 5:01 AM

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Forgetfulness said:
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The British don't drink tea all the livelong day and we don't meet the Queen.

Sorry.


You don't drink tea all day? : O WHAAAT?!
I was sure that if i went to england and said that i don't like tea, i would get banned from the country.

Nah, but in schools there's a special break in the afternoon called 'tea'.
I usually just got hot chocolate though ;)
Not in any of the schools i've been to.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea_(meal)
EDIT: I think the link is broken. Try copy/pasting the whole thing including the (meal)
I know the mealtime 'tea' exists however I was just saying that in all the schools i've been to it's not been called that, it's simply called "break" and iirc correctly it was called "golden time" once.
 
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Czech Republic sucks. Recently like 10 high political representatives were accused of corruption, our capital city almost disappeared under the big water and when it comes to food, we 'eat' this:


and wear this:



Yay for Czech.
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The horror wearing sandals with socks on .
Anyway some facts about my country Wales I guess

The population sheep(12 million) in Wales is four times greater than the Welsh population of humans(3 million).

Wales is believed to have more castles per square mile than anywhere else in the world.
 
Jun 14, 2013 7:13 AM

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Well, France.

We eat this :



and drink this :



We have the highest number of this :



And the most visited attraction in France isn't the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre, it's this :

 
Jun 14, 2013 7:33 AM

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And the most visited attraction in France isn't the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre, it's this :



I didn't know that. That's kinda lame...
 
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Bahrain.

We use camels to go to work while at the same time enjoying Sheesha.
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Bahrain.

We use camels to go to work while at the same time enjoying Sheesha.
That sounds so badass.
 
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