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  • 54 37
    Submitted by GetOffMyLawn on Oct 12, 11 at 8:38pm

    Hooray for that British stiff upper lip..."Keep calm and carry on drinking"

  • 44 38
    Submitted by sportiechick on Oct 14, 11 at 12:10am

    lololol

  • 43 41
    Submitted by dynasty55 on Oct 12, 11 at 3:07pm

    Toilet floor?

  • 41 46
    Submitted by Topher_85 on Oct 13, 11 at 2:03pm

    I do the same thing when I'm blacked out, between puking rallys...

  • 43 50
    Submitted by mm031996 on Oct 12, 11 at 3:16pm

    He's a British fucker...they say toilet floor and other stupid shit like that

    • 40 38
      Submitted by ramalam on Oct 13, 11 at 4:21pm

      I'm British, if its in a house then it should be bathroom but if its a public toilet, it should be called toilet, since yknow... there's no bath in that room

  • 37 41
    Submitted by fatherfigure on Oct 13, 11 at 12:14am

    GA Peach likes to type.

  • 37 56
    Submitted by GA_Peach on Oct 12, 11 at 3:16pm

    They are british lol so, sure why not call the bathroom a "toilet floor." Have you ever taken care of someone who is completely smashed and in the middle of their drunken nonsense they do something that for two seconds sobers them enough that they have a funny comment? "oh dear" lmao. My friend's sober moment was usually when I was trying to keep her from stripping down "because it's so hot" and she'd look at me and say "dont tell my mother and don't keep

    • 52 38
      Submitted by GA_Peach on Oct 12, 11 at 3:19pm

      keep evidence" everything else before and after that sentence was slurred nonsense about being too hot and wanting to play in the splash park naked, in the middle of downtown. I'm going to really miss being home for halloween this year, stupid tenntuckey.

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    Submitted by Nero905 on Feb 26, 12 at 6:27am

    In many languages, like real English, German and even Japanese, the room you do your business in is referred to as "the toilet".