British Fools

Submitted by: buddy 11 years ago in Funny
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Those British fools will never fool the Germans.
There are 60 comments:
Male 60
your right boxcar101. British people find this kind of stuff funnier. It`s cos we have a better sense of humour ;-)
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Female 124
i think the british people on here would have found this funnier...i know i found it hilarious. the marching horse, ha ha ha!! brilliant, true british comedy!
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Female 496
lol nice
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Male 74
lol thats funny dylan moran and bill bailey r hialrious in black books which is 1 of the funniest shows eva i don`t thin it waz monty pythin but they are hialrious :)
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Male 22
I`m not sure, but that looked like Benny Hill to me.
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Male 518
I thought it was Monty Python for a second and before I even whatched it I though it would be somthing that would get me offended by looking at the description and that I`m British.
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Female 882
wow i used to watch allo allo when i was little! i`m not sure whether that was it, but it was similar in that the accents are purposly terrible.

(excuse spelling)

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Female 298
psh, that was lame.
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Female 1,603
cute
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Male 1
yes the name of the comedian is dave allen.his tv show is still seen in syndication on many us independent stations.if you ever get the chance,watch and enjoy!!
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Male 85
Who saved who`s butts in WW2 Dont even go there Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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Female 209
haha...
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Male 733
that probably was based on dads army or monty python
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Male 39
Dog or man - How do you know I`m not german? :)
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Male 30
why are the streets of paris lined with trees?...to shade the germans when they come marching in...*silly giggles*
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Male 422
:-)
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Male 422
Well, I don`t *personally* tell everyone else that we "saved their butts in World War Two," myself.

...Though it is worth remembering, as we have this discussion, that we saved your butts in World War Two.

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Male 298
look`s like Monty Python, or maybe (though I doubt) The Kid`s In The Hall.
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Male 916
This could be `Allo `Allo. A very campy comedy. Typically British, I`m afraid.
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Male 716
That`s funny. There. I said it.
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Female 1,397
KeanuReeves, please dont post ever again.
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Female 1,397
lol, that was funny. SOrta.
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Male 138
Please dont post anything this stupid ever again.
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Female 782
allo allo is great!
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Female 12
i don`t know what the hell u guys r tlkin about...
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Female 144
ok
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Female 66
lol
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Male 39
Dog or man, firstly this isn`t new, so it wasn`t made sixty years after WW2. Secondly, this is coming from someone whose compatriots spend huge amounts of time telling the French, English and anyone who`ll listen that they "saved their butts in WW2".
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Male 332
Ichbar, Monty Python is more than one person and Tom Green=Awful
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Male 517
hehe john cleese and dylan moran are tha best
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Male 422
Gosh, the British have been pulling these gags for SIXTY YEARS. I mean, haven`t these people ever heard of a sore winner?
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Male 58
They coulda done better things like...........smuggle more guns to the Brit HomeLand xD
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Male 419
Haha, silly brits. Tom Green rocks dude.
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Male 39
Tom Green is appalling. Bill Bailey, Ross Noble, Eddie Izzard?
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Male 3
The only funny British comedian I can think of off hand is Monty Python. The funniest comedian is Tom Green. Irish comedians are usually funny too.
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Male 39
It wasn`t as clever as monty python, let`s not go that far.
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Male 80
The name of the comedian was Dave Allen, who sadly passed away recently. He was an irish comedian who reached his peak in the 70s. This sketch was from his TV show.
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Female 683
ello ello
set in a french cafe. the owner was helping british prisoners who were very stupid. i didnt like it. it wasnt as good as fawlty towers. now that is great
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Female 28
yeah! good ol`british humour always my favourite! i think it might be out of hello hello or something but along those lines!lol
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Male 1,061
lol
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Female 529
Funny, yeah! :-) Wonder if that`s how the germans lost the war? Heehee, go Britania!
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Male 65
It`s not Monty Python, I can`t remember the name of the comedian it is though.
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Female 683
i LOVE Monty Python. i think John Cleese is a genius. i have seen nearly everything he has made and i am only 14. so that means i have broken the law coz loads of his stuff is 15. oh well
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Male 6
shouldve stuck the thing thtough one end of the horse
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Female 491
hahaha that was funny - i agree very dads army style.
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Male 73
#16-Bahahaha
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Male 35
That looked a lot like Monty Phyton. Good Stuff. Too bad some of you kids have been brainwashed with Ben Stiller comedies, and apperantly have no sense of humor. ;)
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Male 414
haha! yep....thats Britan alright
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Female 683
i loved that. what was happening was it was a prisoner of war camp and the german`s were inspecting the cart to make sure no prisoners were escping and they were so roostery they didnt think to check the horse. loved it
very dad`s army style
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Male 2,372
No mookie427. Your wrong.

If this were true, this world would be....

ok...you`re right. It really wasn`t that good, was it.

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Male 630
It would have been funnier if they shot the horse...


and it was a horse...

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Male 517
err.....that really wasnt very good
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Female 46
what show was that from?
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Male 32
Good thing he wasn`t really trying to smuggle people past those guards. those germans deffinately would have caught them
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Male 62
lol its 2 in the morning, I laugh at everything
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Male 14
lol the was good cause they must think all britisth are stupid but were not we have brains ..... well some of us
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Male 1,348
hardy harhar
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Female 963
um, that was kinda lame. )-|
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Female 412
uh okay....
couldn`t really understand what they are talking about, but I could tell what was going on.
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Male 10,115
Link: British Fools [Rate Link] - Those British fools will never fool the Germans.
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