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>> No. 22582 Kraut
1st August 2014
Friday 6:55 pm
22582 Who wins?
Brit tourists...
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>> No. 22583 Bernd
1st August 2014
Friday 6:58 pm
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vs. German tourists
>> No. 22596 Britfag
1st August 2014
Friday 9:30 pm
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Based on your images I'd rather get pissed with the British tourists and bonk that bloke's missus.
>> No. 22598 Porridgewog
1st August 2014
Friday 9:35 pm
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>>22596

To be honest I think German birds would be a better shag. Think of how industrious and efficient they are.
>> No. 22599 Cockernay
1st August 2014
Friday 9:53 pm
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Who wins in a competition of lazy cartoon stereotypes?

I don't actually care.
>> No. 22613 Gasthief
2nd August 2014
Saturday 10:39 pm
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Russians

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>> No. 22614 Nutfag
2nd August 2014
Saturday 11:03 pm
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The English are the finest of all tourists, and welcome any time in Brazil.
>> No. 22615 AnonFromRS
2nd August 2014
Saturday 11:09 pm
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>>22614
Here in Serbia, we agree. English are greatest in world.
>> No. 22629 AnonFromAL
5th August 2014
Tuesday 3:09 pm
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People from Brazil and Serbia are right, we love the English here in glorious Albania. We wish more would come.
>> No. 22630 Ladyboy
5th August 2014
Tuesday 4:14 pm
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Thailand people all love English. We welcome them, best behaved tourists in the world.
>> No. 22631 Raoul
5th August 2014
Tuesday 4:27 pm
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>>22614>>22615>>22629>>22630
Alright lad, you've had your fun.
>> No. 22633 KoreaFag
5th August 2014
Tuesday 4:50 pm
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>>22631
I don't know what you mean, here in Korea we agree, British tourists are a treasure. All previous posters were right.
>> No. 22634 Garlicfag
5th August 2014
Tuesday 4:55 pm
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>>22633

Kim?
>> No. 22635 Gazza
5th August 2014
Tuesday 5:00 pm
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>>22633
'KoreaFag'? Is that the best we can do? How about Kimchifag or something.
>> No. 22636 Garlicfag
5th August 2014
Tuesday 5:10 pm
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>>22635

ZergFag / SamSung ?

sage for terribleness
>> No. 22637 Britfag
5th August 2014
Tuesday 5:14 pm
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>>22636
Psyfag
>> No. 22638 Lenin
5th August 2014
Tuesday 5:26 pm
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Russian tourists are fucking hilarious. I just got back from the Black Sea - Russia's Blackpool - and I've never seen humans so similar to farmyard animals.
>> No. 22640 Porridgewog
5th August 2014
Tuesday 5:42 pm
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>>22636

>SamSung
Audible mirth and general merriment were elicited.
>> No. 22641 Britfag
5th August 2014
Tuesday 7:12 pm
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>>22635
>>22636
In keeping with some of the other territories, maybe we should run with some play on the Supreme Leader and Shining Sun. "Kim Wrong'un"?
>> No. 23137 Cockernay
23rd November 2014
Sunday 5:36 pm
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Cmon lads, these are all chavs.
By the way UK is the only country in Europe where classes are so distinctive.Like castes in India or something.

Foreign-anon-just-passing-by
>> No. 23138 Cockernay
23rd November 2014
Sunday 5:39 pm
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>>23137
I thought we'd stopped saying "chavs" these days.
>> No. 23139 Cockernay
23rd November 2014
Sunday 6:14 pm
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>>23138

Yeah, but back in August they were all the rage.
>> No. 23140 Cockernay
23rd November 2014
Sunday 6:19 pm
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>>23138

"True" Chavs aren't particularly common these days. Over the past few years they finally realised that everyone hates them, so most of the ones with sense started changing their fashions to pretend to be middle class.
>> No. 23141 Cockernay
23rd November 2014
Sunday 6:22 pm
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>>23140

I sort of miss them to be honest. It made it so much easier to tell who was a prick and who wasn't.

I met a posh twat wearing a vest a couple of month ago. Whatever is the world coming to.
>> No. 23142 Cockernay
23rd November 2014
Sunday 6:30 pm
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>>23140
I've heard the term bandied about recently but mostly from lower middle class types who probably would have been called chavs when it was a thing, up until our Foreign-anon-just-passing-by I would have just assumed it was them slightly bitterly trying to differentiate themselves.
>> No. 23143 Cockernay
23rd November 2014
Sunday 7:24 pm
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>>23140
Lol
Not in my town.
>> No. 23144 Cockernay
23rd November 2014
Sunday 7:33 pm
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>>23142
It's just in the faces and speech. It's amazing how in France you need to try very hard to guess the class but here in the UK it's all so upfront. Funny how it works. Maybe it's the signs of inbreeding on their faces.
>> No. 23145 Cockernay
23rd November 2014
Sunday 8:04 pm
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>>23144
I have some idea what you mean, but what I always thought of as chavs disappeared around the same time I realised what a horrendously classist term it was. Maybe it's a case of relative perception but I don't remember the last time I saw anyone in a shellsuit and baseball cap.
>> No. 23146 Cockernay
23rd November 2014
Sunday 9:22 pm
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>>23145

I haven't seen anyone in a shellsuit since the 80s. Sportsdirect leisurewear on the other hand....
>> No. 23147 Cockernay
23rd November 2014
Sunday 9:23 pm
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>>23146
Ah, see you've shown me up for my classism there.
>> No. 23148 Britfag
24th November 2014
Monday 9:19 am
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When I was a child in the eighties, my parents dressed me in shellsuits more than once. Does this make me common?
>> No. 23149 Cockernay
24th November 2014
Monday 10:06 am
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>>23148
It was acceptable in the eighties.
>> No. 23150 Wastelander
24th November 2014
Monday 10:50 am
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I love when the fedora boys get talking about chavs and class, it's entertaining as owt.
>> No. 23151 Britfag
24th November 2014
Monday 10:54 am
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>>23149
I actually owned two shell suits though. Also we lived in an area that was 95% Pakistani, and a council estate.

Are you sure I'm not common?
>> No. 23152 Boyo
24th November 2014
Monday 4:14 pm
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>>23151
My childhood was spent wearing sportswear and a caps.

To make it better, outside of uni term time, I live in a caravan outside of my mum's terrace house in Grimsby.

Don't you wish your boyfriend was underclass like me.
>> No. 23153 Cockernay
24th November 2014
Monday 4:18 pm
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>>23152

I want to eat cheap cheddar on white toast, while I rest my head on your Sports Direct hoodie adorned chest.

I'd leave you if you put ITV on though, I'm not an animal.
>> No. 23154 Boyo
24th November 2014
Monday 4:42 pm
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>>23153
Weirdly, I did eat Tesco everyday value mild cheddar slices on Spar brand white toast whilst I watched ITV's freshers last night.

You've successfully scared me out of going to the pub quiz later.
>> No. 23155 Cockernay
24th November 2014
Monday 5:07 pm
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>>23154

Please start leaving the curtains open after you shower.
>> No. 23156 Boyo
24th November 2014
Monday 5:27 pm
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>>23155
10g pall mall through the letterbox and you've got yourself a deal.
>> No. 23157 Clog
24th November 2014
Monday 6:21 pm
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>>23154
Disgusting plebian, sliced cheese is an vile processed abomination. Buy or steal yourself a grater from your local Wilkinsons and then get the cheaper block cheddar. Fuck.
>> No. 23158 Boyo
24th November 2014
Monday 7:05 pm
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>>23157
But me giro won't cover it boss.

It was cheaper and had more than the least expensive block.

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