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    • Scotland maybe? I think they'll go independent at some point. Voted against Brexit as a country and they don't seem keen on the aforementioned twat. It's pretty cold and wet and alcoholic up there though. Canada or New Zealand? They seem like relatively sane places. I am British born, which seems to be important to some pricks. Like that's an important thing. We have British born dickheads, and we don't want foreigners coming over here and raising the average IQ. I've never been especially patriotic anyway. I'm not rabidly anti-royal, just hahaha! that's ridiculous.Kings and Queens and Princes and Princesses. Grow up!
    • Oh, I'm right there with you, but the problem is, where is there to go? What you wrote: Here's the version as I could have written it: They aren't like us. I'm English American. Some people voted for Brexit Trump, the stupid cunts. They aren't like us. Us reads newspapers and books and have some understanding of statistics. Us wants to emmigrate because I'm worried that my fellow coutrymen/women are dumb as fuck. Have you seen our Prime Minister former President? The one who thinks he's still President? Fucking twat. I'm really not mocking anyone from other countries because I can't. The other countries are mocking us. Our Prime Minister former President looks like a rejected muppet deranged oversized Oompa-Loompa and Brexit Trumpism has brought out the worst in English American people. Not proud of my country to be a 'Merican. And where would my first choice be to emigrate? The UK, because however bad it is there, I have to believe it's better than here. I know the grass always seems greener in the other pasture, but in our pasture we have this colossal great orange bull that keeps shitting all over the place and nobody can do anything with it. The green is obscured. And I feel obliged to point out that as no species of monkey has, as far as is known, developed the craft of cheesemaking, it can hardly be a part of their natural diet.
    • Sounds like a disaster waiting to happen!
    • There are definitely cultural differences between different countries. I think of stereotypes as being based on ignorance and stupidity, but that's just how I interpret the word. Cheese eating surrender monkeys. I like cheese, and monkeys. But yeah, there probably is some truth in there, even if it's overly generalised and often thoughlessly applied. Cultural differences mean that someone from that country might be more ... I guess it gets ugly when it's applied indescriminately. They aren't like us. I'm English. Some people voted for Brexit, the stupid cunts. They aren't like us. Us reads newspapers and books and have some understanding of statistics. Us wants to emmigrate because I'm worried that my fellow coutrymen/women are dumb as fuck. Have you seen our Prime Minister? Fucking twat. I'm really not mocking anyone from other countries because I can't. Our Prime Minister looks like a rejected muppet and Brexit has brought out the worst in English people. Not proud of my country.
    • It's an old recipe; the earliest archosaurs emerged in the Permian, predating the dinosaurs, and long before the emergence of birds, so the taste you describe is probably closer to velociraptor than turkey. Fun fact: Did you know that blood salinity is identical across all vertebrates on earth? That suggests that our blood salinity is the same as the salinity of Earth's oceans when the first vertebrates evolved. Since then, the oceans have become gradually more saline, but we vertebrates, especially the ones who came ashore, still carry the mother ocean that sustained us around inside us, and have adapted our bodies to regulate the salinity of our blood quite precisely to keep it just so. That's why freshwater fish can't survive in a saltier ocean, and ocean fish can't thrive in fresh water; neither has the mechanism to regulate its salt in what has become a radically harsh aquatic environment. Only those few species like salmon who migrate between the two have been able to do so by taking on the adaptations of both types. Who knew we carried the ocean inside us? No wonder I feel a craving to go to the beach.

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