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Interesting Read: British have invaded nine out of ten countries

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I found this article and found it to be quite the interesting read.

 

BRITAIN_2388153b.jpg

 

The countries never invaded by the British:

 

Andorra

Belarus

Bolivia

Burundi

Central African Republic

Chad

Congo, Republic of

Guatemala

Ivory Coast

Kyrgyzstan

Liechtenstein

Luxembourg

Mali

Marshall Islands

Monaco

Mongolia

Paraguay

Sao Tome and Principe

Sweden

Tajikistan

Uzbekistan

Vatican City

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Attn: Mr. David Cameron

Attn: HRM Queen Lizzie 2.0

 

Re: Vatican City

 

pls invade

 

ty

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Looks like we've found the culBrit of...

Viewing the map from this Angle...

We've been too Engenuous to...

I'll try harder next time.

Edited by Guitarguy

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Looks like we've found the culBrit of...

Viewing the map from this Angle...

We've been too Engenuous to...

I'll try harder next time.

Now that was a capital attempt, jolly old chap! Care to join me in a rousing rendition of God Save The Queen?

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Re: Vatican City

 

pls invade

 

ty

 

Invade a country filled and backed by religious fanatics? Really? Do you want another Afghanistan? :P

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Re: Vatican City

 

pls invade

 

ty

 

Invade a country filled and backed by religious fanatics? Really? Do you want another Afghanistan? :P

I...

 

Uh...

 

goddamnit stop owning me

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and people say the US is a country fueled by war

 

right

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and people say the US is a country fueled by war

 

right

Britain was, the US are

 

subtle difference in tense

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and people say the US is a country fueled by war

 

right

Britain was, the US are

 

subtle difference in tense

I'm fairly sure the British invasions were just as tense as the US invasions.

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and people say the US is a country fueled by war

 

right

Britain was, the US are

 

subtle difference in tense

I'm fairly sure the British invasions were just as tense as the US invasions.

The US invasions have a distinct lack of monocles, tea and dysentery. Uncouth savages, the lot of them. *scoffs*

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The difference between us and them is that, when we are done, you end up with something better and everyone gets tea! (As long as your british :D)

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and people say the US is a country fueled by war

 

right

Well the UK/England (because let's face it no offense to you Welsh, Irish and Scottish folks but for a long time you were all part of England) is 'slightly' older than the USA, so that's a bit of a stupid comparison.

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The last time I checked, Norway invaded Britain, not the other way around... :blink:

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The last time I checked, Norway invaded Britain, not the other way around... :blink:

And people say England is a country fuelled by war

 

right

Edited by Jethraw

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I'm interested in how they invaded all of these countries. How/when did they invade those little Latin American countries?

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Those evil British love-childs, invading peaceful countries, leaving behind nothing but universities, industry, roads, cities...

Edited by theking1322

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I'm interested in how they invaded all of these countries. How/when did they invade those little Latin American countries?

Mind the fact that the British may have been there when these countries weren't established yet.

 

Though, one example: Great Britain invaded Argentina in the early 19th century.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_invasions_of_the_R%C3%ADo_de_la_Plata

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RULE BRITANNIA

BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES!

 

BRITONS NEVER NEVER NEVER SHALL BE SLAAAAVES!

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RULE BRITANNIA

BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES!

 

BRITONS NEVER NEVER NEVER SHALL BE SLAAAAVES!

God save the Queen

the fascist regime

They made you a moron

Potential H-bomb

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I'm interested in how they invaded all of these countries. How/when did they invade those little Latin American countries?

Mind the fact that the British may have been there when these countries weren't established yet.

 

Though, one example: Great Britain invaded Argentina in the early 19th century.

http://en.wikipedia....ío_de_la_Plata

So they didn't really invade many of these countries, just the areas. I was thinking they invaded Argentina in the Falklands War.

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The difference between us and them is that, when we are done, you end up with something better and everyone gets tea! (As long as your british :D)

Except in America. We dump that shizzle in the ocean.

 

murica

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I'm interested in how they invaded all of these countries. How/when did they invade those little Latin American countries?

Mind the fact that the British may have been there when these countries weren't established yet.

 

Though, one example: Great Britain invaded Argentina in the early 19th century.

http://en.wikipedia....ío_de_la_Plata

So they didn't really invade many of these countries, just the areas. I was thinking they invaded Argentina in the Falklands War.

Technically speaking, in the Falklands War the islands were already British, leading to a potential "yo dawg we heard you like britons so we put more britons on your britons so you can drink tea while you drink tea" situation

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I still want an answer as to when they occupied Norway, because that is just plain wrong. :P

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