Top Ten Things that Great Britain Competes with the United States of America InBritgirl This is not a war. Okay...maybe a tiny friendly rivalry between two major countries.
Vote Team GB or Team USA to the item(s) of your choice. You can add your own vs item that I may have missed.
The Top Ten
I really can't decide about it - zxm
British singers have much more diverse voices, better genres, and the like. - Swellow
Team GB - needs no explanation. - Britgirl
Beege: "Tender nerve? " Don't know bout you but I'm grinning over here. "Neanderthal? " Little harsh, no? We are, in fact, Cro Magnon, albeit a bit Iron Age-- when necessary. "Apology? " From whom to whom? Quite sure I see no need for any (though it is interesting how your true feelings come out when you're miffed).V 4 Comments
I sound like a cross between Ramsay Bolton and Michael from I'm Alan Partridge. I kind of look a bit like Ramsay as well. - IronSabbathPriest
Every time I go to America, I get complimented on my accent. Why, thank you, but there are some British boys back home with even better ones. - PositronWildhawk
I'd date girls with hot accents like Delevingne's. - Swellow
Team GB - we at least sound more cultured :P - Britgirl
In America it's pronounced "Humor". Well, British and Americans are very different despite speaking the same language.
I'm American, but I find British humor hilarious! - LordDovahkiin
But American humour is the best and that's very true - Ananya
The Young Ones
I could go on, or I could watch one of those shows. - IronSabbathPriest
Oh yeah! We got Pixar, Dreamworks Animation, Blue Sky Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios, and so much more! - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Hollywood is invincible - Ananya
Hmmm...okay...Team USA. - Britgirl
Well, then where’s the “British” Hollywood? - JoeBoiV 1 Comment
Sometimes, American grammar astounds me. "I could care less", rather than "I couldn't care less". So, does that mean you care a little? - PositronWildhawk
Hmm...I guess Team USA spell things a little less complicated. They tend to spell as they say them, which makes more sense. - Britgirl
Almost everything from america was based off of things in Britain. You have Rugby? We're calling it Football. You have Football? We're calling it soccor. You say "Zee"? Well guess what, we're not pronouncing it your way anymore! We're pronouncing it "Zed"! - SeeU
Ever heard of "Old English? "V 2 Comments
WOO! Go Team USA at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games! - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Team US - hate it when Great Britain are against the US in swimming, diving, shooting... - Britgirl
Team GB - there is no such thing as an American language, however much the US have tried to change it. - Britgirl
You forgot one, V. French. But when all's said and done, no one really thinks about where it derived from. English is English.
*crack! * Oops...think I've just broken a couple of 'em... - Britgirl
No such thing as the American language? Say that to Sarah Palin.
"Immigrants to the US must speak American." - PositronWildhawk
Sara Palin? Yes, and three cheers for Mr. Farage (come on now...hip-hip). Y'all need to recognize a patriot when you see one. And congrats on Iron
Lady II. We'll see if she follows in the hallowed footsteps of the original.
Britain wins over America in my opinion - TwilightKitsune
Team GB - I can't face those 'Merican Murder Burgers. - Britgirl
Considering that Britain can get away with massive Angus burgers, Full English Breakfasts and other massive meals, without getting quite as tubby as the average American, we do make better food, with less adverse effects on one's health.
With that said, Britain is the second fattest country in Europe, second only to Germany. Both UK and USA eat too much. - PositronWildhawk
Used to be. Just like Harvard and Yale. Now they're all just incubators and disseminators of Newspeak and other revisionism.
Did you know that American people are dumber than GB because of their stupid education?
When you look at the highest ranked universities in the world, both countries dominate the charts, and both countries are met by people coming from all over the world to study there.
One reason that I'd recommend living in London is that many of the most prestigious universities in the world are virtually on your doorstep. - PositronWildhawk
Team GB - Oxford and Cambridge. Best universities in the world. - Britgirl
Team GB - both sexes are more natural. - Britgirl
Ok...! Alright! We need peace talks now. That comment, V was just plain silly. Everybody ('specially the Americans - yes, I'm a-talking' to you ;) ) need to lighten up.
Shall we pop off for some tea and crumpets...? :-) - Britgirl
If you mean your women don't shave their legs or armpits, and your men DO, then you might have something there. Don't know what, but SOMETHING.
Phew, V, that was getting heated! Neeya...best leave the Russians to their own devices...And as Neanderthals go, you are a sweetheart among them. The best of a crazy bunch ;) Calm waters between two beautiful countries resumes. For now... :). - BritgirlV 1 Comment
Captain Pugwash came out of Britain and it's the greatest show ever created. - BrideiMacBella
Donald Trump sucks. He won't let Muslims or Mexicans go to his country. But Teresa May (and Her Majesty The Queen) lets anyone go to their country, as long as if they're not terrorists.
Donald Trump > Hillary Clinton
- It would have been miserable if Hillary Clinton won.
Yeah, we don't have a president. But nothing's better than the current US president. - PositronWildhawk
Gee, I wonder who added this here... - ModernSpongeBobSucks
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