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    Super Senior Member Delphinus's Avatar
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    Because we fought for like 1000 years not to be part of Europe. Tends to breed animosity.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fenn
    You forgot your F in Modesty.

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    England is kind of its own seperate place... its just like Australlia. All on its own, can't tab it down.

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    Apparently haven't fought hard enough then.

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    The French are actually the worst for that in modern times. In France there are entire institutions for destroying local dialects in their own country.

    In England we are getting alot closer to America with each passing year, sort of a whole flattering imitation thing going on, especially in politics... and we did the whole "your language no longer exists" thing to the Welsh, Scottish and the Irish in the past, so I guess we are getting what is coming to us, really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taragon View Post
    Apparently haven't fought hard enough then.
    Google UKIP and prepare to be amazed.
    (I'd call them evil if I thought they were any real threat)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Regantor View Post
    The French are actually the worst for that in modern times. In France there are entire institutions for destroying local dialects in their own country.

    In England we are getting alot closer to America with each passing year, sort of a whole flattering imitation thing going on, especially in politics... and we did the whole "your language no longer exists" thing to the Welsh, Scottish and the Irish in the past, so I guess we are getting what is coming to us, really.
    BWAHAHHAA! Only reason America didn't take you when we had the chance was because the French kept us busy during the 1800's. But do not worry, England. We want you. Well, just your money.

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    You think America had too many enemies at the time? lol

    Let old grandaddy England tell you something about making enemies...


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    I did years of both French and Japanese, and a year of Spanish. I loved them all, but now I'm back to English only.
    I will try again someday.

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    Sorry to barge in late I guess everyone here speaks English, I also speak French cause y'know I live in Quebec for those of you who didn't know ._. French is also a hard language because of it's grammar And that's all ^.^
    Miaaam...

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    Finnish and English.

    I also speak very weak German, and understand Swedish to a very limited degree, but I wouldn't consider that I could speak them.

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