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faensoundslikefun:
My bro just came prancing into
my room with a Burger King
crown. We don't have Burger
King in Belgium. He drove all
the way to the Netherlands.
help this wasn't supposed to be
such a popular post
its funnier to americans because in
Europe you can just dive to another
country for burger king
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    • It's even funnier to Americans cause Europeans act like a 30 minute drive is too far. Seriously? It takes me 15-20 minutes to cross the small city i live in.
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    • Meanwhile you can drive for ten hours in Texas and still be in Texas
      tov410269 15 jul
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    • Yeah because another country is probably like 10 minutes away to them
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    • You can get from the Netherlands to France in about 2.5 hours, if I drove 2.5 hours in any direction I'd still be in Utah
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    • I drive six hours south and I’m still in the same state
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    • In Europe nations have the same travel distance as American cities
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    • I could probably drive for longer than they did in my own damn state
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    • I would drive 3 hours to get whataburger, Europeans are nothing
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    • I wouldn't drive ten minutes to go to a burger king
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    • This is only a 2.5 hour drive dont let them fool you
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    • Bruh that ain't shit, that's like what, 2 hours? A lot of Americans drive that biweekly if not weekly for groceries.
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    • You could drive for 30 hours in alaska and still be in Alaska
      SergeyT 15 jul
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    • It's 45 minuites yo my work place and 45 back so minimum of 1 and a half hrs of drive time 6-7 days a week
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    • Imagine thinking a 30 minute drive is unfathomably long
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    • In America you can dive to another country... if you live on Lake Huron, Ontario, Erie, or Superior, or the Rio Grande
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    • Those countries border each other and are both small. This is like someone saying they drove from North Carolina to South Carolina for fast food. It could be, and probably is, completely meaningless
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    • I live in the Midwest (Michigan) and all of our foreign exchange students are shocked at just the sheer size of our country, and our refusal to take a planes unless we are leaving the country. The Spanish chick said that she takes a plane to visit her grandparents who are only a 45 min drive away
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    • Haha, and in Texas you have to drive an entire day to get to the next... STATE
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    • I will drive for 4 hours in Canada and still be in the same spot in the highway
      pigles1 15 jul
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    • It takes about an hour for me to get to work. Europeans complain about a 10min drive
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    • Roughly 220km or 137 miles one direction
      Think1323 15 jul
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    • There's about 20 Burger King's within 30 miles of me
      Neno1313 15 jul
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    • I once drove 13 hours for wattaburger and to buy a dog.
      Jungler 15 jul
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    • Yeah but like Europe small and America big
      HoneyDewd 15 jul
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    • There arent any real border stops between most European countries which does make things easier
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    • Yeah because America is massive compared to Europe. You could fit all seven continents into the US and STILL have room.
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    • I drive 20 minutes one way to walk my grandparents dogs every night, and they live in the same town as me. Not bad traffic either. America is jsut big
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    • Small price to pay for Borger KiNg
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    • Its funnier to Europeans because I can walk down the street to burger King 🤣🤣
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    • I can drive 10ish minutes in any direction from my house and find a Burger King
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    • I just drove 14 hours and covered 4 states
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    • What? He drove 30 minutes?
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    • I drive for 12 hours and I’m still in California.
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    • Its true, im american and im literally pissing and shitting and cumming my pants over this
      chiefsumi 15 jul
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    • Dive right in to the other countries
      tips4490 15 jul
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    • I can drive for 8 hours to the east and I'm still in Colorado. Wtf.
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    • I would drive three hours for cracker barrel
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    • I need to drive 4 1/2 hours to leave my state at the closest border
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    • I’ve driven 12 hours all in California lmao
      guep 15 jul
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    • That's a whole 2.5 hours 🤣🤣🤣
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    • From the bottom of Belgium to the top of Netherlands is the same distance as driving from Cincinnati to cleveland
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    • theres a burger king EVERYWHERE in the us..
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    • Burger when he’s king idk I haven’t been there
      Boat_Man 15 jul
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    • Americans couldn't go to another country no matter how desperate the craving. Now we're the ones locked in, how ironic
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    • I live in Florida. People go crazy when I tell the that I'm still ten hours away from Miami.
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    • I used to drive like 100 miles round trip to go to what-a-burger on Sunday mornings
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    • If you think 30 minutes is a long time to spend on a car, please do you best not to make eye-contact with me...
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    • Wait, you can dive to other countries in Europe? How does that even work?
      RickJones 15 jul
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    • If I want a Me & Edds Pizza in Washington state I have to drive to fucking Canada for it cause it’s closer.
      nathax1 15 jul
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    • I live near the us/Canada border and I've gone to Canada simply to drink and go to a concert before
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    • I drove for an hour in South Africa and got car jacked
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    • Road trip from where I live (a small city between San Diego and LA) to the top of California, like San Francisco, would be eight hours minimum.
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    • Its also funny cause almost anywhere in america you can go to burger king in like 20 minutes
      Doc3 15 jul
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    • Me and my friends drove an hour for Arby’s. Worth it for their smokehouse brisket
      Molts 15 jul
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    • Sometimes I drive 6 hours and I'm still on the same block
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    • That's like me driving to California for in and out but not as worth it
      kbobster7 15 jul
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    • We can drive to Canada and mexico so fuck you.
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    • Imagine a small country
      thor_2248 15 jul
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    • I can drive for 7 hours and still not be out of my state lol
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    • You can drive 900 miles and still be in texas
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    • Europeans are pussies
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    • Live in upstate N.Y. 15 min from the Canadian border. Would still never go to “another country” for food. If it’s not in the USA I don’t need it!
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    • But isn't it like an hour away?
      SalveEst 15 jul
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    • The BK in Baarle is cut cleanly on country lines
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    • In Spain it’s called “El Sabor es el King”.
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    • So do you just sit through customs every time, or is there a noclip speedrun procedure?
      Snoozebar 15 jul
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    • Americans boasting about there country being larger geographically is really funny to me and I can’t really explain why
      joenstown 15 jul
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    • I once drove 3 hours to get Dunkin donuts
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    • Burger king isnt worth driving to another country for. Actually it isnt worth driving 5 minutes for Burger King fucking sucks
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    • How far away is that exactly
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    • Drove all the way, probably less than an hour lol
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    • Took me 24 hours to get from Birmingham to only the middle of Texas. Not even the far west side.
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    • Kid prolly drove for 30-45 min lol thats nothing
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    • Seriously, you could drive all day and barely get to the other side of Texas
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    • I moved 8 hours away from my birth place, and do the drive quite regularly.
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    • When i used to live in Europe 2 hours was hell on earth. Now in North America 6 hours is a road trip that ends too soon (unless it's on a plane, then no thanks)
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    • That dude drove like 3 hours for fucking burger king
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    • Wait people actually like Burger King?
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    • If i drove 2 1/2 hours I could be in the Eastside of Kansas but thats only because I live Westside of missouri
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    • If I drive 6.5 hours north I’m in Canada. Coincidentally that’s how long it takes to 3D print an AR15 lower receiver on an Ender 3
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    • Do they not have customs in Europe? Like, there's no check points? No TSA? No boarder patrol? Did he need his passport to get that Burger King? Or do ya'll just kinda, mosey on over to the next country for lunch and then simply mosey on back 30 minutes later no questions asked?
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    • Well in America you have to drive to another state for something that’s not available in your state. Same thing. Example: Cracker Barrel, in n out, whataburger, etc.
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    • In 6th grade i wore a burger king crown for 3 1/2 weeks, being called "king squishy". The reason i stoped was because we got a new math teacher and she took it. The whole campus was upset.
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    • Could be as short as a 15 min drive based on the closest BK to Belgium....
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    • And it’s still closer then driving a state over
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    • You retards don’t even realize that it takes like 12 hours to get across a province in Canada and imagine Russia yikes.
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    • If you drive from Pensacola to the Florida keys, you’ll die of old age
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    • It takes me 25 minutes to get to work in America
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    • Some Europeans will go years without seeing family because they live "too far away"... It's a 45 minute drive
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    • Yeah wow hilarious
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    • I drove 5 hours and was still in Arkansas...
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    • She’s like HE DROVE ALL THE WAY TO THE NETHERLANDS xD xD xD but like it’s probably like a 20 minute drive
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    • Well I drove 3-4 hours for Waffle House last week. Europeans forget their countries are the size of US states
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    • I drove 3 hours to my sisters house for the weekend just to watch her play ghost of Tsushima lmao driving far is nothin in the US
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    • McDonald’s is infinitely better than Burger King
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    • Imagine going to a Burger King
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