Don't know if it's because I'm American but I read it as British invaders.
@Karl with a K, I read it that way too. And I'm a martian.
@Karl with a K, lol, I thought i was the only one
@Karl with a K, I'm British and even I read it that way
@Karl with a K, not gonna lie, i read it as british too.... And i am british o.O
@Karl with a K, I'm Australian and I read it as "cúnts"
@Marv The Martian, I agree
Pretty much sums up the divisional nature of humans, to socialize and then look down upon other groups.
@Spetsnaz , I don't know if it's "nature" or if we teach each other to think that way :/
@origamiguyljb, if it was taught, that kind of behaviour wouldn't be found almost everywhere.
@Ima6pack, well... shjt...
@origamiguyljb, it had to originate from somewhere in that case, otherwise who taught it originally and why did so many "good" natural humans follow it? It is unfortunately in our nature
Every Country ever
To sorta-quote John Green, "throughout history, when people say 'savages' what they really mean is 'not me'."
This picture is commenting on something, but I'm commenting on it. Thus, I am superior.
@Humdinger588, thus we comment on you, hopefully not ad-nauseum.
(every army except Canada)
Anyone watching Vikings. This is what it reminds me of
Is this a repost or am I going insane?
@Lord Kitchener, it is, apparently no one notices it...?
Lolz Americans 👏 I saw America and Iraq 😂
@Mufarsa, No, Iraq really is just a shjtty country.
Other countries maybe.
@PoliticsSniper, you been to Iraq?
@Mufarsa, have you?
Because honestly any country where you get pumped full of lead for challenging the current regime... I call that a shjtty country.
@PoliticsSniper, I have been to Iraq actually, I had family there. Of course, it was a dictatorship, but the US didn't really make the situation any better. And a lot of the local news stories there highlighted exactly what was going on. Wasn't really pretty either way, but suffice to say it's families and children than suffered the most.
@Mufarsa, True. However that violence hasn't stopped since the US left now that ISIS rolled in.
I had 2 family members in Iraq too, one of whom who was wounded (not very seriously thank God) by an extremist attack on his battalion.
@PoliticsSniper, well I don't like to condemn an entire group of people. But fvck Isis.
@Mufarsa, On that, you and I can both agree
Pretty sure thus applies to everything pre-WWI. Nowadays, for better or worse, you get crucified for saying anything negative about another's faith.
@SimonPetrikov, unless it's against Christians
@Kangaroo Jacked, or Catholics