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Discussion in 'Personal Ads' started by bigcockxxx, Feb 10, 2012.
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You need to be more precise as to which Bristol. There's the 1 in Connecticut and another in Pennsylvania and the 1 in Tennessee........
Not to mention the 'real' one here in the UK...
I thought you had yours named after the 1 in Connecticut........was I wrong?
By the way I love Andy Capp
Playing with "Bristols" in Bristol..... I like the sound of that :biggrin1:
soooooooooooooo which one is it?
Half of Bristol Tn downtown is in Va. Anyway how about a pic.
well okay but I don't know why you want a picture
I just love the complete ignorance Americans have of the world outside of the US.
No city in the UK is named after anywhere in the US - they are all the other way around.
For the record, Bristol Connecticut founded 1857. Bristol UK founded 1542.
Just like Newark (Nottingham) is, but us Brits know the anagram for that, and yes the place is full of em :biggrin1:
So is it bristol va?
Apparently the humor filter is broken on this one...
so not only are you too stupid to catch sarcasm, but you have to air your stupidity for all to see
Well in defense of myself and other Americans, since the U.S. is 75 times larger, than the U.K., it takes a lot more work to be familiar with a significant portion of the geography here than it does the U.K., so I'd think you could forgive us for not having knowledge that would be the equivalent of you being intimately familiar with the backwoods fo every former soviet state
lol at former soviet state
I seriously feel old when I say stuff like that and people are like "Huh? Former what?".
Your correct there personly I wouldn't expect an american to know any cities outside the usa
Honestly, I could probably rattle off more names of european cities than I could Nebraskan cities