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    • Adapxys 15 aug
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    • Wheres the england inferiority meme when you need it
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    • Dude, same with milkshakes at least in Australia. Literally just milk and flavoring. Tasted like cereal milk. First time I just thought the restaurant was weird, at the second place I asked if it was a legit shake and they said yes then brought me more fucking cereal milk
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    • “Let me get a water” *waitress brings out a hot steaming pitcher of piss and then calls you a filthy fucking American
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    • Can’t believe Americans call it lemonade and not crumplesnanny wingersnatch 😂😂😂
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    • I traveled all over Europe this summer and England had hands down the worst food not only was it basically tasteless, everything you ordered was different than what you would expect.
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    • Yeah England sucks. CyberBulling is illegal now.
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    • I lived in Australia for the past 5 months and i learned they call it lemon squash... its quite sad and im happy to be back in the states
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    • amifat 16 aug
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    • Spent a layover in England. Sucked ass. No wonder everyone is miserable there. Weather was ass. Food was ass. Every service employee acted like an ass. Did not have a good time. Went to Uganda and let me tell you it was the exact opposite. Amazing place, great food, and common courtesy.
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    • _YRK_JRK_ 15 aug
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    • "contains no lemons" lmao 😂😂😂
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    • Lemonade is literally not fizzy idk why the fuck anyone would think that...
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    • If I order lemonade and I get sprite, I’m fighting everybody in that restaurant.
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    • I’m from America but i’m in England (first time out of country) right now and the subtle differences in culture are the most intimidating things i’ve ever experienced. I love the place and i love exploring, but its terrifying at the same time lol
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    • Bruh I hate that shit. I ordered a milk shake in France and they fucking gave me... a glass of milk... shaken. Like wtf Europe get your shit together.
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    • The fuck why do you call sprite lemonade you stupid eurotrash
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    • Sprite isn’t even remotely close to lemonade wtf England
      Redneck_7 15 aug
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    • "Surry, we aint gut our leemonade loicense"
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    • Lemonade? You mean Lemon fizzle lime humpity crumper cup.
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    • Fucking Brits and their inability to differentiate lemon jizz from fizzy piss
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    • It's the same in Germany goddamnit. If I want Sprite I will ask for Sprite
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    • England’s food is an ongoing humanitarian crisis
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    • They call their sprites “lemonade” because they need a license to make their own
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    • They call Sprite lemonade? Wtf do they call lemonade?
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    • Europe says American food is trash but they are jealous that they have no good food, except Italy
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    • I was eating at an Italian restaurant once and saw grilled cheese on the menu as an appetizer and was like fuck yeah and when it got to the table it was a literal block of cheese that was grilled. It was unexpected but not disappointing
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    • Fuck England gang
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    • Oi, like, wut tha fack is all this then?!
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    • Sprite is nothing like lemonade??? Where is the confusion on their part
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    • Great, now we have to dump Sprite into Boston harbor
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    • TheFappin 15 aug
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    • lol Brits have funny names for everything My dad's British and still calls Sprite and Sierra mist "lemonade" and he calls me "a fucked up disappointment" lol crazy
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    • For some reason all British people will brag that they don’t use AC... why is that a flex?
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    • Yeah lemonade in the uk and Australia is a carbonated lemon drink. Adding the suffix “-ade” to the end of a drink means its carbonated. Orangeade, limeade, cherryade, etc. are all just carbonated fruit drinks.
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    • What the fuck is wrong with Europeans
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    • Yo I went to London this summer and asked for sprite and they said alright one lemonade and I was like uhhh and they brought me watered down sprite I was very confused
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    • What sorta terrible people call sprite lemonade
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    • Lemonade is the most delicious, refreshing drink there is. Besides sweet tea
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    • I don’t get it is sprite called lemonade in the uk?
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    • Is that fr? How sad for the UK that they dont even have lemonade. Do they even know what taste good? Or do they all just live off dried ass crumpets and tea
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    • How can lemonade be anything other than lemon juice, sugar and water?
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    • I’m sorry, they call Sprite “lemonade” in the Commonwealth?
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    • Word of advice, NEVER order hot chocolate in Venice. They will bring you a mug of straight up melted dark chocolate. This sounds good. It is not.
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    • You drink sprite, I drink anarchy
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    • If that's what they let pass for lemonade then how the fuck they think we'll listen to them about tea.
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    • I wanted to order a sprite in France but they were confused, so I just said lemonade and when they came out with a sprite I was so happy but also felt tricked
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    • That’s like trying to find actual iced tea in the north
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    • Why do they ruin everything good
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    • It’s amusing how England used to be so powerful but isn’t anymore but still has the ego of a powerful nation.
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    • I’m flying to England tomorrow. I’ll let you guys know.
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    • Fucking dirty brits
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    • Bro just come to America we make lemonade that makes your teeth rattle
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    • Britain: 30 minute drive = day trip America: 30 minute drive = work commute
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    • If you go to Germany and try to order a pepperoni pizza. Ask for Salami instead of pepperoni. It’s a life saver
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    • Start the second American Revolution, and throw all the "lemonade" in the harbor
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    • America is the best country period lol
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    • London isn’t really English anymore.
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    • Go to a small French town. That's where you'll get good food.
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    • For people unaware, "lemonade" in England, Germany and other European countries is a lemon lime carbonated drink.
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    • Oi do you have a lemonade drinking loicence?
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    • English people insist they are superior yet cant tell the difference between lemon juice and a fucking soft drink
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    • According to Cambridge Dictionary, lemonade has different meanings in the US and the UK. In the US lemonade is a drink made with the juice of lemons, water, and sugar. In the UK lemonade is a cold, sweet fizzy drink ( one with bubbles) with a lemon flavor. So, we took it upon ourselves to discover
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    • If you come to America we have real lemonade and you dont need a background check to spread your butter
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    • Brits don't know how to cook or make drinks. Their food is bland as cardboard and their beer is warm as piss.
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    • It’s true when we went to the British Isles my friend literally couldn’t find lemonade ANYWHERE. It was always sprite and we were in Scotland, Ireland, Wales and England
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    • My gran used to use Sprite instead of water when she made lemonade
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    • Brits are scared of three things, America, tea parties in Boston, and straight clean teeth.
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    • There's plenty of reasons to despise the Redcoats
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    • My brother went to Europe on a school trip, and when I asked about it the first thing he says is "The McDonald's tastes different". Big sigh.
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    • ToxicRice 15 aug
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    • Cuz lemonade is carbonated in europe and they dont know any different
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    • If I went to a restaurant and ordered a delicious lemonade and was given the worst soda in existence I would be hella pissed
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    • We withheld the deliciousness of real lemonade from England after the War of 1812. Never forget
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    • Made you look, now you are gay.
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    • I'm mad because I don't understand cultures.
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    • ...I never really considered or thought about Sprite being lemon lime flavored. I just thought it was... Sprite flavored.
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    • That's a retarded question to ask in that situation. Of course she's gonna say it's actual lemonade, because to her it is.
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    • What do you expect from England? If you order a salad there, they legit bring you an iceberg lettuce cut into quarters and covered with salad dressing
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    • Lemonade has three ingredients. Lemon juice, water, and sugar. Never carbonated. If it has lime in it, it's not lemonade anymore.
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    • Just another reason the US is the best country
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    • lemon, sugar, water... that's lemonade
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    • Why’d you think us brits never use the phrase “when life gives you lemons”
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    • What kind of account reports comments about Sprite as highly inappropriate and deletes them? Lmfao
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    • I hate England too
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    • This is true. Very few places in Europe serve lemonade, alot of people there have never even had it. They also dont have bottled water, at least not the same way they do in America
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    • Who the FUCK calls Sprite lemonade?
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    • Why would they call it lemonade
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