The Revolutionary War, Part Deux [Pic]

Submitted by: Jake_Justus 4 years ago in Entertainment

""They"re CHIPS!"" -- ""No, they"re CRISPS!""
There are 24 comments:
Male 5,626
"I just can`t pop outside for a fag any more."
You just shouldn`t talk about your friends like that.

Now, I`m finished mounting the spare tyre from the boot. *drives on the left side of the road...*
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Male 2,862
fag 1
n.
1.
a. A student at a British public school who is required to perform menial tasks for a student in a higher class.
b. A drudge.
2. Chiefly British Fatiguing or tedious work; drudgery.

fag 2
n. Slang
A cigarette.

I just can`t pop outside for a fag any more.
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Male 213
@QueenZira Sorry, ma`am, didn`t mean to offend.
Just trying to bring a little variety into our (well, my) dull existences. *Backs slowly away with eye on threatening cane*

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Male 7,031
American Band: "We need some better equipment, guys."

British Band: "We need some proper gear, mates."
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Female 2,415
Toss it in the bin.
@1234, that`s the reason I hate spell check and try not to ever use it.
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Male 40,247

`cigarette` not `fag`
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Female 2,228
kvetcher = GET OFF MY LAWN! *shakes cane*
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Male 14,331
WINDSHIELD it is in no way shape or for a f**king screen!!

Don`t get me started about the term petrol...
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Male 40,247

@ som-tam - I don`t care, it`s taken off with me.

@ 1234 - Did you watch the thread about Language Nazi`s with Stephen Fry? Watch it again.
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Male 705
And how is the cover from 1977 Marvel comic going to alleviate my boredom?
Besides I already bought it, when it was new, it`s in the basement somewhere.
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Male 809
Gerry since both Cretan and cretin are spelled correctly your "US" spell check would not catch that you are using them in the wrong context because you are using the wrong word if you don`t know the correct meaning of the word. Spell check only checks the spelling, not the meaning.

cretin

Cretan

Both words. Both spell check worthy. Just mean different things.
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Male 213
@som-tam
I hope so - lol and lmfao and the rest are not funny anymore. If they ever were.
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Male 714
@gerry - do you think the thai phrase `5555` will take off on this site?
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Male 40,247

Trunk
not
Boot
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Male 40,247

@ auburn... duh.
but "laurie" is how Hugh spells it.

You people need to learn to just go with a joke and not dissect it so much.
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Male 10,338
Lorry.
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Male 40,247

It`s a "truck" goddamnit!
A "Laurie" is an English guy on an American tv show!







extra points for the fry/laurie tie in
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Male 40,247

@ madduck - spellcheck in US says it`s `cretan`.
Learn ENGLISH!
55555
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Male 7,031
"It`s an elevator!" *POW*
"It`s a lift! *SMACK*
"Elevator!" *CRUNCH*
"Lift!" *WHACK*
"If Mr. Otis called it an elevator, it`s an elevator!!" *BAM*
"The idea of elevation isn`t exclusive to altitude! It could also apply to a state of mind! LIFT, damn you!!" *CRACK*

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Female 2,228
"Program"
"Programme"
"Color"
"Colour"
"Why do you *do* that? You`re just taking longer to talk. AINT NOBODY GOT TIME FOR DAT!!"
"Because I can. That`s why.*smirk*- Aluminium"

"Aww now you`re just making s#it up...."
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Female 8,118
Gerry- Cretin- that`s the word you are looking for-a Cretan is a person from a Greek island.
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Female 136
I believe this is an early look of Captain Britain, although I could be wrong. But a more modern version of him makes him look far more in style with captain America.
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Male 40,247

"Biscuit"!
"Cookie!"
"Biscuit you cretan!"
"Cookie!"
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Male 7,031
Link: The Revolutionary War, Part Deux [Pic] [Rate Link] - ``They`re CHIPS!`` -- ``No, they`re CRISPS!``
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