English is weird
Is there a different country that has a different name for pineapple besides America and Britain?
@BlackMarcus, in bikini bottom it's called a home
@Judge Tomahawk, piña in spanish.
@BlackMarcus, in the Philippines, it's "pina." With the squiggly N.
@BlackMarcus, Canada. I wasn't sure if you meant Canada, USA, and South America combined when you said America.
@Judge Tomahawk, I prefer Patricks home. It's so hidden and small but when you go inside there's so much room!
@Judge Tomahawk, and In hell, it's a dildo
@BlackMarcus, Seriously, no ones said Australia or New Zealand yet
@BlackMarcus, any country that speaks English
@Judge Tomahawk, you can even see sponge bob's pineapple with the window peeking out of the water in the upper left with high res.
@Virtual Riot, Fvck off. You know what he meant. Nobody calls the double continent of the Americas, "America".
@BlackMarcus, piña in Spanish
@TKyrozan, Actually, the rest of the world does. The US and maybe some outliers like Canada and Mexico are the only ones who refer to the US as "America". The rest of the globe calls the continents of North and South America, "America". Depends on context, really.
@Judge Tomahawk, in spanish piña
@Welcommatt, while this is true, 'ananá' is also an acceptable translation. I believe it's used in mainland Spain, but either way 'anana' does mean pineapple in Spanish as well.
@BlackMarcus, in Yoruba it is ope oyinbo and in Afrikaans it is pynappel
@TKyrozan, actually they do.
@BlackMarcus, in Psych it's "delicious flavor"
@BlackMarcus, when I was in prison and everyone found out I had swag, my inmates would call these things "dildos"
@Penn State BeerMan, canada
Brazil speaks Portuguese, not spanish
@Geno Smith, yeah, plus it's pina (squiggly) in Spanish
Pineapple in Brazilian Portuguese is abacaxi.....
I said, did I motherfvcking stutter?
Pineapple in (Brazilian) Portuguese is actually abacaxi...
Actually, Ananas doesn't come from Brazil and we call it Abacaxi not Ananas.
This is all wrong and it infuriates me.
India's mouth scares me.
In German it's actually die Ananas, die being one of the forms of the. Ze means, well, it doesn't really mean anything. The more you know
Unrelated but is anyone else bothered that you have to have one of the first comments to get top comment. I mean anytime I got top comment I was the first person to comment. Just a thought.
@Alfonse Elric, the older a pic is, the less likely people are to come along and vote, comment, rate etc. Just the way it works.
@PeenWentz, yeah but it's disappointing when you get to a pic, and you know you have a really good comment but you also know no ones gonna see it.
@Alfonse Elric, happens to me a lot because I tend to be a busy person and miss the update.
@Alfonse Elric, comment for the random section- yeah, it could have been top, but it's something.
It's good it's pineapple - otherwise we'd confuse ananas with bananas
I don't know all of the flags so I don't get these comics
@sexyvampireprincess, but it states their names next to each flag
@True Brit with Tea , yea I know but when they aren't i don't get it
I thought we've been over this, no red on black!!!
18 April 2014 #18April2014
Look at Israel in the first box.
Why is every country a circle except for Israel?
@Today I Learned, JEWISH PHYSICS!!!
In brazil it's actually called abacaxi...
Am I the only one who remembers this from a previous update without the pictures?
But pineapple in Spanish is called Piña
I literally never read these ones
They show Israel but don't use it
Brazil doesn't speak Spanish ya dumb fvck