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#1
not gonna lie. just look at the facts;

communism: made up by europeans
the holocaust: made by europeans
jesus: killed by europeans
14 years is old enough for consensual sex in: europe
atheism: very low population of good godfearing people, when compared to america
nobody has any means of protection: guns are illegal in all of europe so many people are defenseless against crime and criminals.
liberals: liberals.
#2
Quote by devourke
not gonna lie. just look at the facts;

communism: made up by europeans
the holocaust: made by europeans
jesus: killed by europeans
14 years is old enough for consensual sex in: europe
atheism: very low population of good godfearing people, when compared to america
nobody has any means of protection: guns are illegal in all of europe so many people are defenseless against crime and criminals.
liberals: liberals.



I'm moving to Europe.
Sail upon the open skies
#4
Quote by devourke
not gonna lie. just look at the facts;

communism: made up by europeans
the holocaust: made by europeans
jesus: killed by europeans
14 years is old enough for consensual sex in: europe
atheism: very low population of good godfearing people, when compared to america
nobody has any means of protection: guns are illegal in all of europe so many people are defenseless against crime and criminals.
liberals: liberals.

These are some of
the reasons why I
am moving to Europe.
Whenever the Will to Power, in no matter what form, begins to decline, a physiological retrogression, decadence always supervenes.
-Friedrich Nietzsche
#5
also tea
listening to european dance music
guys shaving their body hair
european fashion
being european
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#7
Other than the first 2 points, well...not even, pretty good stuff really
#8
Quote by jetfuel495
but these things are great


if jay says those gay european things are great europe really must be gay
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#9
Openly gay MP's
Politicians can call themselves Socialists and still get elected
Everyone plays shitty soccer
People have names like Francois lol gay
We have la-dee-da Dukes and Baronesses
>Monarchs
Vegetarians and Feminists run rampant
#10
Touché, devourke. All very good points. Cannot be argued. 10/10
My God, it's full of stars!
#11
Quote by devourke
not gonna lie. just look at the facts;

communism: made up by europeans
the holocaust: made by europeans
jesus: killed by europeans
14 years is old enough for consensual sex in: europe
atheism: very low population of good godfearing people, when compared to america
nobody has any means of protection: guns are illegal in all of europe so many people are defenseless against crime and criminals.
liberals: liberals.

He was killed at the wish of the Jews in Jerusalem, you ignant!

Europeans had very little to do with it.
#12
Quote by willT08
Openly gay MP's
Politicians can call themselves Socialists and still get elected
Everyone plays shitty soccer
People have names like Francois lol gay
We have la-dee-da Dukes and Baronesses
>Monarchs
Vegetarians and Feminists run rampant

Don't forget, they drink tea. lol
#13
And Europe isn't even a continent, it's such dick sticking out of the left side of Asia, and top of Africa.
Quote by progdude93
my fetish is dudes with dicks small enough to pee on their own sacks.
#14
Quote by Thrashtastic15
Don't forget, they drink tea. lol

I think that's more prevalent in the UK. On the continent they all drink coffee and eat baguettes and pain au chocolat with their man bags on.

It makes me fucking sick
#16
Quote by devourke
not gonna lie. just look at the facts;

communism: made up by europeans
the holocaust: made by europeans
jesus: killed by europeans
14 years is old enough for consensual sex in: europe
atheism: very low population of good godfearing people, when compared to america
nobody has any means of protection: guns are illegal in all of europe so many people are defenseless against crime and criminals.
liberals: liberals.

Careful, now. Next time your plane lands there you could land in a sea of pocketknives.
#17
Quote by willT08
I think that's more prevalent in the UK. On the continent they all drink coffee and eat baguettes and pain au chocolat with their man bags on.

It makes me fucking sick


and don't forget that is gay coffee

not like the coffee they drink in america that is raised on the side by south american drug lords but instead it's gay coffee like french vanilla with extra cream
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#19
Switzerland are the biggest fags going. They've basically been in a bitch fit where they refuse to talk to anyone for as long as I care to know
#20
Quote by devourke
not gonna lie. just look at the facts;

communism: made up by europeans
the holocaust: made by europeans
jesus: killed by europeans
14 years is old enough for consensual sex in: europe
atheism: very low population of good godfearing people, when compared to america
nobody has any means of protection: guns are illegal in all of europe so many people are defenseless against crime and criminals.
liberals: liberals.

Quote by laid-to-waste
look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.
#21
Also America in the suburbs, they're wrapped up in cotton wool until the age of 18 or 21.

It's sad.
Quote by laid-to-waste
look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.
#23
Quote by treborillusion
Also America in the suburbs, they're wrapped up in cotton wool until the age of 18 or 21.

It's sad.


What the fuck are you talking about? Shut up. Also, never mention Croydon again. No one cares. No one likes you.

Shut up.
My God, it's full of stars!
#24
Quote by theogonia777
and don't forget that is gay coffee

not like the coffee they drink in america that is raised on the side by south american drug lords but instead it's gay coffee like french vanilla with extra cream

You don't even know. I was in a coffee shop the other day. I ordered a hot chocolate and they gave it to me in this tall fecking Pyrex thing with cream and a spoon to eat it with. I've seen more masculine labia
#25
Quote by treborillusion
Also America in the suburbs, they're wrapped up in cotton wool until the age of 18 or 21.

It's sad.

You try way too hard.
#26
Quote by Dreadnought
What the fuck are you talking about? Shut up. Also, never mention Croydon again. No one cares. No one likes you.

Shut up.

But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#28
Quote by Dreadnought
What the fuck are you talking about? Shut up. Also, never mention Croydon again. No one cares. No one likes you.

Shut up.

Croydon.

WHAT DO YOU MEAN WHAT AM I TALKING ABOUT?

**** you you American douche.

It's not my fault you're not european.
Quote by laid-to-waste
look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.
#29
You tell him.
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#30
Europe is fine by me, where else are we gonna get cheese wheels and wine from? And bread sticks?
#31
America can be pretty racist.
Quote by laid-to-waste
look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.
#32
Quote by Dreadnought
What the fuck are you talking about? Shut up. Also, never mention Croydon again. No one cares. No one likes you.

Shut up.



Dread, you're awesome!

Quote by Weaponized
Europe is fine by me, where else are we gonna get cheese wheels and wine from? And bread sticks?

HOLY SHIT! YOU MEAN WE CAN'T MAKE THOSE ITEMS OURSELVES?


Btw, ever been to Wisconsin, we have so many cheese wheels that I could probably throw one on the floor, stomp on it, and no one would care?
Last edited by crazysam23_Atax at Apr 5, 2013,
#33
Quote by treborillusion
America can be pretty racist.

Well in the U.S. it's the other way around, white people are the majority and minorities are a minority. You know how it is
#34
Quote by treborillusion
America can be pretty racist.

I'd rather be racist than to be gay like your country.
#35
Quote by willT08
I think that's more prevalent in the UK. On the continent they all drink coffee and eat baguettes and pain au chocolat with their man bags on.

It makes me fucking sick

I'm sure it's not a proper black coffee like a man drinks. I just find tea to be a feminine drink.
#36
Quote by Dimarzio45
I'd rather be racist than to be gay like your country.

Trebor doesn't technically live in a country. He lives in a place called Croydon, which has officially been kicked out of the UK as of this exact moment.
#37
Quote by devourke
not gonna lie. just look at the facts;

communism: made up by europeans
the holocaust: made by europeans
jesus: killed by europeans
14 years is old enough for consensual sex in: europe
atheism: very low population of good godfearing people, when compared to america
nobody has any means of protection: guns are illegal in all of europe so many people are defenseless against crime and criminals.
liberals: liberals.



Karl Marx was the father of the idea of communism; however I believe it was the Russians who took it and created what we know as communism today, and I believe they don't consider themselves a part of Europe.

The Holocaust was the product of Adolf Hitler, during his reign you either were a part of the Reich or you were a part of the problem, blaming Europeans for this is basically like me blaming todays Americans for slavery.

Ran into the Jesus thing a day or two ago, Jesus was killed by a Roman named Pontius Pilate with the help of high ranking Jewish officials. As far as I know Israel is not a part of Europe.

Age of consent for sex in Canada is 14.

Atheism? Are you kidding me my entire family is German and holy crap the ones of us that didn't leave are all hardcore Jehovah's Witnesses, never mind that the Vatican is in Europe...

They don't need guns, they don't have those kinds of issues in Europe probably because there isn't guns. Sure there is still violence as there will be all over the world but America is the only place that has an annual 40,000+ deaths from guns, not taking a cheap shot but maybe us Europeans have evolved past shooting each other for petty squabbles.

Liberals...well your political opinion is irrelevant to the world because we all have our own, needles to say right wing or left wing all politicians are lying to get in power.

However TS we Europe does have an ACRONYM for gay and its "U.S.A"
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#38
This thread has been Croydonised






CROYDON!
Quote by laid-to-waste
look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.
#39
Quote by crazysam23_Atax
Trebor doesn't technically live in a country. He lives in a place called Croydon, which has officially been kicked out of the UK as of this exact moment.

#40
List of famous people from Croydon, for dread.


A

Feroz Abbasi, arrested in Afghanistan in 2001 and detained at Guantanamo Bay, lived in Shirley and attended school in Croydon.
Adegbenga Adejumo (1987-), Croydon born Dubstep producer known as Benga.
Allan Ahlberg (1938&ndash, children's writer (Penguin)
Dame Peggy Ashcroft (1907–1991), Actress was born in Croydon and lived in George Street as a child. She is honoured in the naming of the Ashcroft Theatre, part of the Fairfield Halls. She was a school friend of architect Jane Drew[1]
Baron Ali (1964&ndash, Born and raised in the north of Croydon. Waheed Alli is a multimillionaire media entrepreneur and politician. Co-founder of Planet 24 TV production company, and MD at Carlton Television. Currently chairman of ASOS.com and Chorion Ltd. A Labour peer and one of very few openly gay Muslim politicians in the world.
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Jeannie Baker (1940-), artist, author, designer and animator
Jon Benjamin (1964-), Chief Executive of the Board of Deputies of British Jews since 2005, was born and grew up in Croydon, and educated at Park Hill Primary School and Dulwich College.
Edward White Benson, Archbishop of Canterbury (1883–1896) lived at Addington Palace. Invented Christmas tradition of Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols.
Cicely Mary Barker (1895–1973), Illustrator and artist who created the famous Flower Fairies books, was born in Croydon and lived locally. She studied at the Croydon School of Art.
Jeff Beck (1944-), guitarist
Keith Berry (1973-), musician & composer
Frederick Betts (1859 - 1944), who donated Betts Park and built large areas in Croydon and Penge.
James Booth (1927–2005), actor (Zulu)[2][3]
Emily Blunt (1983-), actress, her and husband John Krasinski own an apartment in East Croydon
Dane Bowers (1979-), singer
Derren Brown, illusionist, was born and brought up in Purley.
James Buckley, actor, best known for playing Jay Cartwright in The Inbetweeners.[4]
Raymond Burns (1954-), musician, member of punk rock band the Damned. He is also known by the name Captain Sensible.
Mark Butcher (1972-), in Croydon – Surrey and England cricketer
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Alison Carroll, actress.
Raymond Chandler (1888-1959), screen writer and author.
Klariza Clayton (1989-), actress.
Martin Clunes (1961-), actor – resident
Carlton Cole, footballer, born in Croydon, played for Chelsea, currently playing for West Ham United
Ronnie Corbett, the comic actor has lived for many years in Shirley, Croydon
Frederick George Creed (1871–1957), Electrical engineer and inventor of the Teleprinter lived and died at 20 Outram Road, Addiscombe.
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The house of Arthur Conan Doyle in South Norwood
Tasha Danvers-Smith (1977-), champion hurdler
Desmond Dekker (1941–2006) Legendary Ska musician lived in Thornton Heath.
Luol Deng (1985-), basketball player for the Chicago Bulls and Great Britain raised in South Norwood
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859–1930) author and creator of Sherlock Holmes, lived at 12 Tennison Road, South Norwood 1891–1894.
Jane Drew (1911–1996), architect and town planner was born at 8 Parchmore Road, Thornton Heath. She went to Croydon High School and was a school friend of Dame Peggy Ashcroft.
Jacqueline du Pré (1945–1987), A British cellist, acknowledged as one of the greatest players of the instrument, but whose career was cut short by multiple sclerosis. Lived in Purley and attended Croydon High School.
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Havelock Ellis (1859–1939), Victorian sexologist
Tracey Emin (1963-), artist
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Noel Fielding (1973-), comedian, writer, actor, artist, co-creator of The Mighty Boosh
Matthew Fisher (1946-), musician, Procol Harum, Composer of Whiter Shade of Pale
Alexander Francis (1995-), musician, composer
Vincent Frank (1985-), musician, Frankmusik
Donna Fraser (1972-), international athlete
Neil Fraser (1955-), dub musician/producer (AKA Mad Professor)
Ian Frazer, poker player
Charles Burgess Fry (1872–1956), polymath – sportsman, politician, teacher, writer, editor, publisher
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Trevor Goddard (1962–2003), actor[5]
Sir Philip Green (1952-), Croydon born British billionaire who is the owner of the Arcadia Group.
Deryck Guyler (1914–1999), actor
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Will Hay (1888–1949), Comic actor lived at 45 The Chase, Norbury 1927–1934.
Sir Francis Bond Head (1793–1875), soldier, traveller, author and Lieut. Governor of Upper Canada (1836–1838), had his home at Duppas Hill, Croydon
Chris Heath 1959 actor, author, comedienne
Roy Hodgson, football manager and former player, born in Croydon
Joseph Holbrooke (1822–1876), composer of stage, choral, and orchestral music
Roy Hudd Comedian was born in Croydon in 1936.[6][7]
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Iain Lee, born in South Croydon.
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Leonard F. Jarrett (1921-) – Croydon born, former Director of Administration of the World Scout Bureau, and former World Organizer of Scoutings's Jamboree-on-the-Air (JOTA) for thirty years.
Oliver Jones (1986-) – Croydon born Dubstep producer otherwise known as Skream.
Finn Jones (1988-) - Croydon raised.
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George Arthur Knowland, recipient of the Victoria Cross during the Second World War
Steve Kember (1948-), born in Croydon, footballer
John Krasinski (1979-), actor, he and wife Emily Blunt own an apartment in East Croydon.
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Andrew Lawrence (comedian)[8]
D. H. Lawrence (1885–1930) Author lived at 12 Colworth Road, Addiscombe, 1908–1912 whilst a teacher at Davidson Road School.
Sir David Lean (1908–1991), Film director was born in Croydon on 25 March 1908.[9][10]
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Kirsty MacColl (1959-2000), singer and songwriter was born and grew up in Croydon
Miles Malleson (1888–1969), actor and dramatist was born in Croydon[11][12]
David McAlmont (1967&ndash, British vocalist and songwriter was born in Croydon on 2 May.
Duke McKenzie (1963-), world champion boxer
Ralph McTell (1944-), musician, composer of Streets of London
Katie Melua (1984-), singer, songwriter, musician who went to the Brit School for Performing Arts at Selhurst, Croydon
Graham Moodie (1981-), Olympic hockey player
Kate Moss (1974-), model[13]
Malcolm Muggeridge (1903–1990), author and media personality was the son of H. T. Muggeridge, a prominent Croydon Labour councillor. He also taught at John Ruskin Central School in the 1920s
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Kate Nash (1987-) singer/songwriter born 6 July 1987. Attended Brit School, Croydon
Habib Nasib Nader – Actor/writer born 31 October 1979.
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Tarik O'Regan (1978-), composer, born 1 January. Attended Elmhurst and Whitgift Schools, Croydon
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Sue Perkins (1969-), comedienne, writer, performer
Lucy Porter, comedienne was raised in Croydon.
Simon Prebble (1942-), actor/narrator
Luke Pritchard, lead singer of The Kooks, attended the Brit School, Croydon
David Prowse, actor, aka Darth Vader in Star wars, born in Bristol, lives in Addiscombe, Croydon for over 40 years.
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Chris Reed (1982-), BBC Radio One Dubstep & Grime DJ/Producer (AKA Plastician)
Jamie Reid (1947-), situationist, artist, graphic designer
Robert Reid, Formula 1 driver, lives in a flat in South Croydon
Susanna Reid (1970– ), BBC television presenter, was born in Croydon, attended Croham Hurst School and Croydon High School
Nigel Reo-Coker, current English midfielder, born in Thornton Heath who is playing for Bolton Wanderers and formerly of Wimbledon F.C., West Ham United and Aston Villa.
Martyn Rooney (1987-), international sprinter
John Ruskin (1819–1900) Art critic and social theorist spent much of childhood in Croydon at his mother's family home and visited often as an adult. His parents are buried in Shirley.
Bridget Riley (1931-), an English painter who is one of the foremost proponents of op art, born in Norbury
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Peter Sarstedt (1942-), singer, winner of Ivor Novello Award – resident
Kellie Shirley, EastEnders actress
Bernard Spear (1919–2003), actor (Yentob)
Dan Stevens, actor[14]
Danny Schwarz (model) model
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Samuel Coleridge Taylor (1875–1912), Composer lived at 30 Dagnall Park, Selhurst. Black composer noted for his cantatas including The Song of Hiawatha trilogy.
Sam Taylor-Wood (born 1967), artist, was born in Croydon
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Alfred Russel Wallace (1823–1913), Naturalist lived at 44 St Peter's Road, Croydon. He independently proposed a theory of evolution by natural selection and prompted Charles Darwin to reveal his own unpublished theory sooner than he had intended.
John Whitgift (ca. 1530–1604), Archbishop of Canterbury is buried in the Parish Church of St John the Baptist. Several other Archbishops are buried in the Parish Church or St Mary's in Addington.
Rickie Haywood Williams (1982-), TV and radio presenter currently working for MTV and Kiss 100 London
Amy Winehouse (1983–2011), singer who attended Brit School, Croydon
Wilfred Wood served as Bishop of Croydon 1985–2002, the first black Church of England bishop.
Edward Woodward (1930–2009), born in Croydon, actor[15][16]
Ian Wright MBE, former Crystal Palace, Arsenal and England football team footballer lives in Shirley.
Matthew Wright, British Journalist and Television Presenter born and resides in Croydon.
Tom Wright (1957-), architect of Burj Al Arab
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Quote by laid-to-waste
look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.
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