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You are a true American.

UNITED STATES / SEP 4, 2015 6:13 PM EST

in response to: I'm fat, unmotivated, depressed, alcoholic, and I deserve nothing. I'm a piece of crap.
Some Native American language?

UNITED STATES / SEP 1, 2015 5:33 AM EST

in response to: What language is this symbol Ꭶ from?
It's not the filthiest in the English language, but it maybe the filthiest in the American language.

UNITED STATES / AUG 31, 2015 7:08 PM EST

in response to: Why is сunt the filthiest fuсking word in the English language?
Americano!!

UNITED STATES / AUG 29, 2015 9:17 PM EST

in response to: Antiguo Norteamericano
It was the Jewish hierarchy of the time who asked for Jesus to be executed, I don't think a country like American whose predominate religion is Christianity would ever allow a nation that was responsible for killing the person that started their religion become part of their country, the Christ Killers would never be accepted.

UNITED STATES / AUG 29, 2015 5:19 PM EST

in response to: When Israel becomes the 51st State, would that retroactively make Jesus Christ an American?
Im an American and I still disagree with that.

UNITED STATES / AUG 28, 2015 9:09 AM EST

in response to: Europe is a useless piece of shīt continent that has produced no good talent in anything for the past 70 years
American English is just so much more Šsthetically pleasing than the original English English.

UNITED STATES / AUG 27, 2015 12:08 PM EST

in response to: To the illiterate dumbfŘcks who think arse is a word: it's not. You are making us all see you as a fušking idiot who never went to school. Don't appear to be a fool, which is apparently what you are. The word is ASS! OKAY?? ASS. ASS. NOT ARSE. ASS. Now stop proving to us that your an idiot who can't even talk
Let's be American about it

NETHERLANDS / AUG 27, 2015 5:35 PM EST

in response to: "50 dead refugees found in a truck in Austria" How can we improve the African countries so tragedies like this don't happen?
See? You should try American Spirits. No additives.

UNITED STATES / AUG 26, 2015 9:12 PM EST

in response to: I am smoking the shipping container of gayass cancer sticks I brought from that piece of garbage island.
It's Americans vs. non-Americans. Americans care a lot more about Americans.

UNITED STATES / AUG 25, 2015 5:38 AM EST

in response to: George Bush mishandled Hurricane Katrina, and everyone said he didn't care about black people. Barack Obama ignored Typhoon Soledour, and NO ONE is saying he doesn't care about Asians and Pacific Islanders. Does Obama only care about blacks and gays more than the people who live in America's Pacific territories?
An American already did.

UNITED STATES / AUG 24, 2015 1:43 PM EST

in response to: Could man ever walk on the moon?
Can I call myself American Koala in here? Do I have your permission since my Canadian tag is gone?

UNITED STATES / AUG 21, 2015 1:20 PM EST

in response to: GPers are welcome here...under one condition: They have to follow the rules and understand the culture of this site. When JC was down, we all had to follow and understand GP's culture and rules. It's only fair that the GPers here should do the same. Can you please show some courtesy and respect for our rules and ways of doing things?
I noticed you capitalized American, but you didn't do the same to Confederate. Are you, by any chance, a resident of one of the Northern states?

UNITED STATES / AUG 20, 2015 5:41 PM EST

in response to: Is Mississippi the only state in the country that has the balls to keep an anti-American symbol of treason on their flag?
They call it freedom of speech when someone burns or walks on the American flag and then turn around and ban the confederate flag because some idiot went on a killing spree. That makes as much sense as a bumblebee mating with a mule deer.

UNITED STATES / AUG 20, 2015 5:39 PM EST

in response to: Is Mississippi the only state in the country that has the balls to keep an anti-American symbol of treason on their flag?
Long before American became a nation people looked up to heroes as form of inspiration and motivation.

UNITED STATES / AUG 16, 2015 7:46 PM EST

in response to: Does the American obsession with heroes date back to the Revolutionary era? Could our interest with war heroes, and even fictional superheroes go far back to a time when several small groups of people managed to defeat a major empire, and that same group of people have long been regarded as national heroes? Any thoughts on this?
If you take this to Maury, then the winner will be the American public. This sounds like another entertaining episode of that show. I will get a bowl of popcorn...

UNITED STATES / AUG 12, 2015 11:12 AM EST

in response to: My daughter-in-law is a bitch. She turns my son against me and he doesn't even call me "mom" anymore. I'm really thinking of getting into a fight with her. What do you think, who has bigger chances to win:me(48) or my daughter-in-law(23)?
You mean Americans?

UNITED STATES / AUG 9, 2015 12:59 PM EST

in response to: Why do people who live in terrorist states talk such shýt?
Because they are Americans.

UNITED STATES / AUG 9, 2015 8:29 AM EST

in response to: Why do people who live in terrorist states talk such shýt?
Judging by his name, it sounds like his ancestors where from britain. He is not native to America (which is NOT a country, but a continent that extends from Canada to Argentina) and no true American would do the shameless stuff he did. It's all Europe's fault that our lovely continent is in the shape it is in today.

UNITED STATES / AUG 7, 2015 11:13 PM EST

in response to: In the wake of the James Holmes Bat Man Killer Cinema Shootings Trial... is it now the time we all reluctantly announce that we must all hand in our buns?
The elderly ladies was a response to this post: "Most Americans," you mean. They are too fecking dumb and selfish to know anything other than what they want with their fries"

UNITED STATES / AUG 7, 2015 12:44 PM EST

in response to: Justcurio News Network Presents: This Day in History: On this day, 70 years ago, the Japanese city of Hiroshima was nuked by the U.S. Air Force. The airplane that had the nuke, the Enola Gay, left from Tinian, Northern Mariana Islands, and flew directly over the city of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. To this day, there are still debates on if this was the right thing to do. We're we right in doing this?
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