I was going to cry because of how much I love Britain

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I am always so emotional about my country and I will love it and defend it with all my heart until the end. Today I was telling my dad and he, as a foreigner, was supporting his own country and I was going to CRY telling him about everything I appreciate here so he called me a sissy. He does not know how I feel. Should I ignore him from now on when it comes to this?
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You do not have the right to laugh at me! In school you are a bully too?
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Thank you I'm the same
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You do not have the right to laugh at me! In school you are a bully too?
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(Original post by WoodlandSorcerer)
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I am ignoring you. I thought I should tell you
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I am always so emotional about my country and I will love it and defend it with all my heart until the end. Today I was telling my dad and he, as a foreigner, was supporting his own country and I was going to CRY telling him about everything I appreciate here so he called me a sissy. He does not know how I feel. Should I ignore him from now on when it comes to this?
He was being extremely polite.
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This is a weird troll
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This is a weird troll
the same one that used the d word and then was shocked when they were accused of homophobia....

this is for sure a more creative one. :yep:

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This is a weird troll
what does it mean? my father is doing a troll?
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He was being extremely polite.
He teaches me politeness but the word sissy cannot be used in a bank or in the city council so it is not formal and polite
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I want to build
I don't want to destroy.
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He teaches me politeness but the word sissy cannot be used in a bank or in the city council so it is not formal and polite
Since when?
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The trolls are getting even weirder
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Umm sure go for it
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Since when?
Haha! Baby I like it
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The trolls are getting even weirder
Its the fluoride in the water
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I am always so emotional about my country and I will love it and defend it with all my heart until the end. Today I was telling my dad and he, as a foreigner, was supporting his own country and I was going to CRY telling him about everything I appreciate here so he called me a sissy. He does not know how I feel. Should I ignore him from now on when it comes to this?
I too am British, but I do not love it that much. It was just somewhere I was born, I do not wish to leave though.
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Its the fluoride in the water
yeah because clearly it'd making people troll :lol:
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