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12 Total Votes
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The Queen

6 votes
3 comments
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Bulldog in top hat

3 votes
1 comment
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Sheep

1 vote
0 comments
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Milli Vanilli

1 vote
1 comment

Milli Vanilli was an R&B, pop, and dance music project created by Frank Farian in Munich, West Germany, in 1988. The group was formed with Fab Morvan and Rob Pilatus. The group's debut album Girl You Know It's True achieved international success and earned them a Grammy Award for Best New Artist on February 21, 1990. Milli Vanilli became one of the most popular pop acts in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Their success turned to infamy when the Grammy award was withdrawn after Los Angeles Times author Chuck Philips revealed that lead vocals on the record were not the voices of Morvan and Pilatus.

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Tea

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Haggis

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Colonialism

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Prince Charles

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dbushwacker says2015-02-10T13:11:06.5459559-06:00
How is Haggis represent the Britianishness, its Scottish... :p
RaceRealist says2015-02-10T13:14:40.9060992-06:00
It doesn't matter. Anything thats isn't american might as well be from a foreign planet. MURICA
dbushwacker says2015-02-10T13:19:26.0185668-06:00
@Kreakin How did that happen...? The Queen being German that is...
BblackkBbirdd says2015-02-10T13:32:42.5736975-06:00
Scotland is Britain
BblackkBbirdd says2015-02-10T13:32:56.8935647-06:00
*in Britain
PetersSmith says2015-02-10T13:47:12.4441689-06:00
BblackkBbirdd: No, Scotland is in the United Kingdom.
dbushwacker says2015-02-10T13:48:27.2216452-06:00
Wait a sec, are you saying that Scotland "is Britain" or that Scotland "is in Britain?"
dbushwacker says2015-02-10T13:51:47.9885945-06:00
Well, Scotland is also in the British Isle too, depends on how you choose your words eh.
BblackkBbirdd says2015-02-10T14:10:02.7062172-06:00
Scotland is in Great Britain (and also the UK, not that there's a shortened word meaning 'stuff from the UK'), happy?
dbushwacker says2015-02-10T14:12:35.5832772-06:00
*Shrugs* I'm always happy, except for when I'm not. :p
Zylorarchy says2015-02-10T15:54:23.5517091-06:00
Scotland is one of the four constituent countries that make up the one sovereign state (country) of the United Kingdom. Great Britain is the island, the UK is the country. Great Britain technically does not include Northern Ireland (which is physically part of the Isle of Ireland). Britain technically only includes England and Wales. However in reality, Britain, Great Britain and the UK are all used to mean all four constituent countries (the UK). Never the less, someone or something that is Scottish, is indeed British.
BblackkBbirdd says2015-02-10T16:00:15.9494370-06:00
*Hug*
Zylorarchy says2015-02-10T16:02:47.9348468-06:00
Who you hugging?
BblackkBbirdd says2015-02-11T13:17:24.0305995-06:00
You
Kreakin says2015-02-11T17:00:41.6208439-06:00
@dbushwacker "@Kreakin How did that happen...? The Queen being German that is..." The Windsor name now used by Queen Elizabeth II and other British royals only dates back to 1917. Before that the British royal family bore the German name Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha in German). They changed it due to WW1 and the popularity dip Germany had with the Brits but also to confirm allegance to Britain. The Royal family introduced the German Xmas tree in the 1800's and also still celebrate Xmas on the 24th.
dbushwacker says2015-02-12T13:05:44.6853043-06:00
Huh, that's interesting, kinda' goes to support my "Are you German..." poll but nonetheless interesting.

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