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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Sixty, Jun 8, 2009.
:lol:....Oh and Scotland and Ireland and then up a bit more north maybe.
You're preaching to the choir! I just think it's funny how America has this whole infatuation with a Britain that doesn't exist.
My camel was called Mustafa.
Did either of you look at any of these?
You should be banned for posting a joke that terrible.
Texas was one of the 'independent' states before it joined (ie was annexed) into the union, along with the Republic of Hawaii and the Republic of Vermont. That's not to mention the land you nicked off the Mexicans, bought off the Russians, won off the British and forced the French to surrender. Yes, I love US history.
Britain may be far smaller that the US, but that's an advantage. For example, we're about a fortieth of the size of the US, but with a fifth of the population. I think that's rather impressive. We're also Europe's foremost military power, second economic power and our national language, English, is the most spoken and taught in the EU. Pretty impressive for an island that doesn't matter, eh?
To be fair, Texas and Vermont willingly joined. I've never quite understood that "manifest destiny" crap though.
It also means we're quite cluttered and there's less room for farmland and nature.
I'd have said Russia was the foremost military power in Europe...
'Cluttered'? We're hardly destroying nature reserves for new cities or climbing over each other. Japan has a far higher population density than us, and they're doing just fine.
Oh, and I meant the EU. Bloody Russians and their desire to be more European than Asian...
We also negotiated the Oregon Territory from you guys. That is, after negotiating it away from Russia and France as well.
And Polk was a brilliant president.
Did your USA Wii work in Spain?
=0 make sure that something like "Taken" happens 2 you! :lol:
i dont really visit alot
I do go to Six Flags, Knots, or Disneyland every summer tho
Oh and Water parks like Soak City USA
Funny how that sums up my entire family vacation..
Got back from Zante this morning. All I can say is, I want to go back right now =(
Egypt in February, and as for next summer.. I'm thinking Malaysia/Sri Lanka?
Don't do it you'll die. The heat really is unbearable.
Mind, it is rather funny to see the muslim women swimming in the sea with all their gear on. They look like those Dementer things off harry potter.
I saw them in their get up when we were in Universal studios, it was 105 farenheit that day. Why like why.
And yah, I think if we did decide to go somewhere like that, we'd go when it's not the hottest time of year =p. Have you been there then?
I have indeed, and whilst it was a beautiful place, it's not an experience I'll be repeating.
The desert was lovely, the people were...alright, but it's just an amazing country to see. The downfall is the heat, and that's precisely why I'll never be going again.
Awhh cool =)
Haven't I read you say you don't like the heat at all though? So for someone who copes really well with VERY hot weather, it wouldn't be as bad amirite?
Erm...February is...Winter still? It'll still be cold then, and cheaper aifaires....But I can't go this year, school didn't allow it because of the Iran thing...