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one time i was in a pub in london and
saw lemonade on the menu and i was
like mmmm lemonade!!! but i've been to
australia and been tricked before so i
was like hey is this actual lemonade
lemonade or is it just sprite and she was
like it's actual lemonade so i ordered
some and she brought it back and it
was sprite. i hate england
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    • Who the FUCK calls sprite lemonade?!? What do they call ACTUAL lemonade??
      DBagger24 17 jun
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    • There are much better reasons to hate england than that.
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    • all my homies hate the uk
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    • America has the best lemonade, you get that shit in Mexico and it's lemon water, zero sugar and tastes horribly watered down
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    • America has only lemonade and sweet tea, at least in the midwest
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    • Well they call fries chips so who knows wtf they're doing
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    • For those wondering, the way to tell the difference between sprite and lemonade in England, is asking if it's either soft/fizzy/carbonated (take your pick) or classic. Classic is the one usually done in USA.
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    • I’d think ye meant yelloo sour juice innit yea govna?
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    • Is…is this a real thing?
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    • croplord 18 jun
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    • I ordered an Apple cider in England and it was really good, ended up having three, no one told me that apple cider in England is automatically alcoholic and I was drunk ass hell because I was fucking e i g h t
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    • I have to say, I’m not American but England has the worst soft drinks/sodas ever. There were so few options and only the imported ones tasted good. They only had about 3 Fanta flavors and the orange one looked like milky pee
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    • Brits butchered their own language
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    • I hate British people
      tcliff 18 jun
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    • Oight wot’s all this den
      Brombyen 17 jun
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    • Or when you’re not from America and order iced tea and just get literal iced tea.
      glecko 17 jun
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    • In the UK the *ade suffix is used to denote something that is fizzy, and the first part is the flavour, so sprite which is a lemon/lime flavoured fizzy drink is a lemonade to us, we also have things like cherryade, limeade, ect.. we are probably likely to call american lemonade cloudy lemonade
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    • Sadiq is the worst leader any first world country/ capital city has had since WW1, you can’t change my mind
      bam0217 17 jun
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    • Mexico is known for having the best Agua Frescas. Pineapple, lime, lemon, strawberries, etc. American lemonade is ass. But the sweetened iced tea is what makes America great.
      kwick69 18 jun
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    • 1776 never forget. English buttheads
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    • "Oi but ehry knows lemonade is pronounced lemony bobity sqibblers!!!"
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    • "I'll be black" Arnold Schwarze n e g r o
      Livvy1620 19 jun
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    • Fucking stupid brits can't even properly distinguish between sprite and lemonade. Sprite isn't even just lemon, its lemon-LIME.
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    • Yeah, I made this exact mistake on a KLM flight to Amsterdam. I don’t drink soda for health reasons, so I ended up stuck with a cup of sprite on my tray table for like 3 hours because I didn’t know what to do with it😂
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    • _Tae 18 jun
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    • Bit of rubbish, innit?
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    • Put some vegemite in Sprite. Boom, Aussie lemonade
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    • I asked for lemonade 15 times across all of Europe England and Ireland included and the only place to give me actual lemonade was this place in Italy
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    • What the fuck do Americans call sprite then
      phatboobs 18 jun
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    • Pretty sure this was already featured. Also I wanna bang Korra
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    • No wonder Ireland wanted to be free and independent
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    • That happened to my sister in law. It was weird reading this story
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    • mr_melvin 18 jun
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    • Ok on a serious note I’m English. There’s a difference between sprite and lemonade?!
      scarr3d 18 jun
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    • This girl has some good videos on YouTube, her name is Jenny Nicholson
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    • America was born from slavery and genicide
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    • Can someone please explain to me why everyone on this app hates England? I’m genuinely curious
      Hugh_Test 18 jun
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    • I was traveling to Australia many times over the last few years. I don’t like to drink soda with dinner but I found it impossible to find what an American would call lemonade. I finally found this drink called lemon-lime-and-bitters. It’s quite good.
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    • I hate England too. But for other reasons. I hate taxation without representation and modesty importantly how they speak. That's the most irritating about them yellow, crooked- teeth, tea and crumpets consuming whilst sitting near the big Ben clock talking about how then Yanks are such Neanderthals
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    • Thats what you get for being anywhere but the US
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    • Australia is just British texas so yeah you shoulda known
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    • That's why America speaks real english
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    • Lying ass euros
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    • Who tf goes to England
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    • Doesnt matter had sex. ( I didnt read it)
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    • UK spoke english before American english so they are actually correct
      Kaytly 17 jun
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    • Its *bar you dumb brit
      MatteoD 17 jun
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    • you're at a pub, order a real drink, a lauger or an ale, maybe a mixed drink
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      Ecchitect 24 jun
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    • as a British person, I can tell you that this is bullshit. Lemonade is almost certainly Schweppes Lemonade, and sprite is a completely different thing
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    • It's England, they boil everything
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    • There’s a reason the drinking age is lower there. All the other options besides alcoholic beverages are shit
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    • There's a type of biscuit called Digestives. They're delicious, but the name... Why!? Because you digest them? The stereotype that British food is bad isn't entirely true. Food at restaurants is usually very good. I think rationing in WW2 made people make cheaper, worse meals, and they just kept it.
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    • Yeah and milkshakes in Australia are literally just milk. It’s fuckin bullshit. If you want a real milkshake you have to get a “thick shake”
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    • Shouldnt have said actual to a culture that thinks of the actual being different, should have just plain said american lemonade
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    • Who orders lemonade when they're traveling abroad
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    • This happened to me in Scotland. Ordered a lemonade and thought I was going crazy. Told my wife to try it and she says, “tastes like Sprite” and I just blurted “Right?!” I apparently forgot to make her aware of the inner turmoil I was having trying to figure out what was wrong with my lemonade.
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    • Ohhh you meant Tartieshmackie Juice? Silly Americans, always with the improper nomenclature. But no sorry we don't have that anymore, too much flavor.
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    • Was in Ireland. Ordered lemonade and got sprite on two separate occasions.
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    • 727021 20 jun
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    • Oi bruh! You want some lemmy swemmy sweety juice?
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    • Wtf even is British cuisine. It makes no fucking sense.
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    • This is why people hate europe
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    • I think my biggest issue with the UK is that they pronounce tomato as to-ma-toe but not potato as po-ta-toe.
      Scyral 19 jun
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    • Lemon squash is evil
      sinajax 19 jun
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    • They’re just tired of the American version being called the “actual” version
      WB_Mason 19 jun
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    • Same with French you get “limonade” and it’s sprite or 7up
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    • No it ain’t. We have actual lemonade by a European company called switchz or something. Not sprite. Sprite is different. Must’ve met a tard.
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    • Lemonade sucks it just makes me more thirsty
      fuckfuck 19 jun
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    • Was it lemonade or limonade?
      _Nail_ 19 jun
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    • England has no root beer, this is why they must perish
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    • I’m pretty sure we just call it lemon flavoured water or lemon water
      meghamm 19 jun
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    • The British are literal fucking morons to call sprite or 7up or any such similar drink lemonade
      MangaCaps 19 jun
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    • American lemonade is the best
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    • Fuck England me and my homies hate England
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    • Lemonade and sprite isn't the same thing in the UK 🤔 maybe in fast food places but not anywhere else. And all the fast food places that make that mistake are American.
      Pato1 19 jun
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    • Bit sad innit
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    • Eliminate the whole issue, "are you serving lemon juice mixed with water, brown sugar, and honey? Or is it a carbonated soft drink?"
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    • This reminded me of Orangina I had one in France and I miss it. underrated
      jace4604 19 jun
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    • French people do it too, le limonade, literally is just fucking sprite, fuck the French
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    • English food is ass. When I lived there, my favorite place was a Lebanese restaurant
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    • I hate Canada.
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    • So if you order sprite you’ll get lemonade
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    • Yeah but tbh it's better than Sprite. I've been to london and that shit goes hard
      Magoolic 19 jun
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    • When ordering in the rest of the world: ask for “plain tap water” to not get carbonated water. Ask for “plain lemonade or non-carbonated lemonade” to not get sprite. Never eat at an “american” diner-unless its mcdonalds. Mcdonalds overseas is a legit 3 star experience. Its amazing.
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    • If I order lemonade and I get sprite it's free
      Xemanis 18 jun
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    • Also, she had the same experience in Australia so it's not just in the UK
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    • Lemonade in the UK is fizzy and clear but it isn't the same as sprite.
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    • Isnt sprite lemon and lime flavored?
      RiseHigh 18 jun
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    • Bit rude innit
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    • Sprite is like a shit lemonade tho?
      tomward56 18 jun
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    • I ordered lemonade in Italy once. Literally carbonated, unsweetened lemon juice.
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    • Who else read pub as porn at first glance...no one just me? Ok
      DozySloth 18 jun
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    • "Is this soda or is it lemon juice and water"
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