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    (Original post by Pwyll)
    When I was 12 a girl in my secondary school once asked me if I was an illegal immigrant when I told her one didn't need a passport to cross the Severn Bridge.

    Also, doesn't exactly fit the criteria, but in Munich a taxi driver told me that he had Americans asking him if Hitler was still the Chancellor and if they could see the house where he 'lives'.
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    (Original post by meowoof)
    Are you going to eat that pizza?

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    Well, are you? I'll have it if you aren't.. :giggle:

    'Why is the sea wonky?'


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    "Do I speak asian?"

    Like wtf are you on about do you speak white?


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    when people have known me for a long time and they know name is Mohammed. Then randomly ask me "are you muslim?"
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    "do you like grant gustin"
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    I was at the cinema one day and a friend from school saw me and asked if I was going to watch a movie
    Nah I'm here to pay my school fees
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    (Original post by Pwyll)
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    When I was 12 a girl in my secondary school once asked me if I was an illegal immigrant when I told her one didn't need a passport to cross the Severn Bridge.

    Also, doesn't exactly fit the criteria, but in Munich a taxi driver told me that he had Americans asking him if Hitler was still the Chancellor and if they could see the house where he 'lives'.
    Hahaha xD Thats brilliant!


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    A couple of people have asked me whether I like the city where I was at uni for when they well know that I really hated it and prefer not to think about it.
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    'Can you integrate these differentials for me?'

    or another favourite 'what are the pitfalls in the revisionist historiography of the country formerly known as Yugoslavia?'

    ugh plebeian, be off with you mewling quim
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    Why dont most white people understand that white privilege exists?
    So you worship the devil, right?
    How can you deny the existence of God having heard a baby laughing?
    Most questions religious people ask atheists about why the 'abandoned' God for the Devil i find pretty stupid, since the answer to every f*cking one of them is 'I read your stupid pile of horsesh*t, and i deemed it to be a load of tripe, so i reject the central tenets of your faith, so I do not believe', or words to that effect
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    (Original post by LaMandarine)
    "How come your hair is so long?"
    oh, I don't know... maybe because I don't fricken cut it :wtf:
    Wait, you cut your own hair?
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    so do you like speak Indian or something?
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    when you ask the teacher to go to the toilet and they're like "why" and I'm just like to open the secret door to Narnia, like bish what do you think!
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    (Original post by william walker)
    Wait, you cut your own hair?
    I used to do it (= trim it) myself, yes.
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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    Is Wales connected to England?

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    someone on my uni course thought people in wales spoke gaelic, i found it so hard not to laugh and be pissed at them
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    (Original post by LaMandarine)
    I used to do it (= trim it) myself, yes.
    Why? You would ruin it.
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    (Original post by Skittlemz)
    For me it would be
    "So did America win the civil war?"
    America wasn't even in the British civil war.
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    (Original post by william walker)
    Why? You would ruin it.
    When I had split ends it was necessary. And besides, I understand the word "trim" and not "cut 5 inches of my hair", unlike the hairdressers I encountered :unimpressed:
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    (Original post by LaMandarine)
    When I had split ends it was necessary. And besides, I understand the word "trim" and not "cut 5 inches of my hair", unlike the hairdressers I encountered :unimpressed:
    Fair enough. I asked for a trip and got a short back and sides.
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    Why are you so quiet?
    its just the worst
 
 
 
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