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Old 07-01-2009, 03:24 AM   #1
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Old 07-01-2009, 03:40 AM   #2
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That was funny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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"Plain and simple, the British were the only ones to ever own America, except for those thieving injuns."

I love it!

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It's a recycle from last year, but it's time to dust it off again.

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I liked it and laughed my ass off

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Recycle or not, that was funny as hell.

Although I think Posh Spice is one hell of a hot English export. And Liz Hurley.

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Amen to the Liz Hurley comment. I've had some dirty...umm...nevermind.

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There was a comedian talking about how they don't teach American Revolution in school over in England. Not sure if he was completely joking or not?

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Being a product of English and Irish heritage, I've often thought of Great Britain as the "mother country."

Three summers ago while touring Northern Europe and the British Isles, we found ourselves in London on July 4th. At the time, England's "football" (soccer) team was engaged in the World Cup finals. There were parties and celebrations practically everywhere. While at a pub enjoying a pint of Guinness with fish & chips, I jokingly asked if the English were celebrating July 4th? After a brief pause, the meaning finally sunk in and was not well received. I thought it was funny, until my wife reminded me I was unarmed, as per local custom.

Anyway, the English team got it's butt kicked, by Italy I think.

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Anyway, the English team got it's butt kicked, by Italy I think.
As is good and proper. Go Italia!


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