American=commonwealth

#1
I was just wondering if people think that americans should be able to join the British military in the same way that commonwealth citizens can. Im not trying to say that america is a commonwealth, these strange questions just pop into my head sometimes
 
#2
mmmm, that is a strange question, like why do men have nipples??? Or if it is true that a daddy-long-legs has highly poisonous venom (suppososedly true, but they have no teeth) would you die if you ate 1???
Hope this helps.
 
#5
Yeah in my opinion if a guy from canada can join then there is no reason why an american cant, I think that america is a close enough friend
 
#9
BiscuitsAB said:
Logan89 said:
Yeah in my opinion if a guy from canada can join then there is no reason why an american cant, I think that america is a close enough friend
Friends whats that got to do with it? I don't believe the crown ever renounced its claim to that particular colony :wink:

Erm Actually HM George III did renounce the claim in the treaty of Paris which was ratified by you chaps on April 9th, 1784.

Not that I would hold you to that. Your Monarch seems a thoroughly nice lady and I would be prepared to give you Barrack Obama, Joe Biden and John McCain if you would give us "Elizabeth, by the Grace of God...etc."

I should note, with no disrespect intended, that we would not want such an exchange to include Mr. Brown or Mr. Blair. If you wanted to throw in Prince Harry of Wales that would be OK as he seems to be a very nice young man.
 
#10
DavidBOC said:
BiscuitsAB said:
Logan89 said:
Yeah in my opinion if a guy from canada can join then there is no reason why an american cant, I think that america is a close enough friend
Friends whats that got to do with it? I don't believe the crown ever renounced its claim to that particular colony :wink:

Erm Actually HM George III did renounce the claim in the treaty of Paris which was ratified by you chaps on April 9th, 1784.

Not that I would hold you to that. Your Monarch seems a thoroughly nice lady and I would be prepared to give you Barrack Obama, Joe Biden and John McCain if you would give us "Elizabeth, by the Grace of God...etc."

I should note, with no disrespect intended, that we would not want such an exchange to include Mr. Brown or Mr. Blair. If you wanted to throw in Prince Harry of Wales that would be OK as he seems to be a very nice young man.
Georgey probably didn't mean it though, so it likely doesn't count anyway. :roll:

That aside, you've tried to be sneaky working the old, "we'll swap our tossy politicians for HM and a nice Prince but decline to take your tossy politicians" ploy. 8O

Fiendishly clever, evil Yank. This cunning and your nations obvious penchant for invading other peoples places shows you lot never really left. :wink:

Now stop messing about and get a Crown back on your cap badge. You know you really want to. :) :) :)
 
#11
Only real countries have a monarch. If you don´t then you are just playing at civilisation.

Look at the evience.

Russia - No monarch
China - No monarch
N Korea - No monarch
Cuba - No monarch
France - No monarch
America......
 
#12
chocolate_frog said:
Only real countries have a monarch. If you don´t then you are just playing at civilisation.

Look at the evience.

Russia - No monarch
China - No monarch
N Korea - No monarch
Cuba - No monarch
France - No monarch
America......
By bold: Affraid your arguement falls over at Belgium.
 
#13
George Bush met The Queen, and he turns round and says: "As I'm the President, I'm thinking of changing how the country is referred to, and I'm thinking that it should be a Kingdom."

The Queen replies "I'm sorry Mr. Bush, but to be a Kingdom, you have to have a King in charge - and you're not a King."

George Bush thought a while and then said: "How about a Principality then?"

To which the Queen replied "Again, to be a Principality you have to be a Prince - and you're not a Prince, Mr. Bush".

Bush thought long and hard and came up with "How about an Empire then?"

The Queen, getting a little annoyed by now, replies "Sorry again, Mr. Bush, but to be an Empire you must have an Emperor in charge - and you are not an Emperor."

Before George Bush could utter another word, the Queen said: "I think you're doing quite nicely as a Country."
 
#14
Steven said:
George Bush met The Queen, and he turns round and says: "As I'm the President, I'm thinking of changing how the country is referred to, and I'm thinking that it should be a Kingdom."

The Queen replies "I'm sorry Mr. Bush, but to be a Kingdom, you have to have a King in charge - and you're not a King."

George Bush thought a while and then said: "How about a Principality then?"

To which the Queen replied "Again, to be a Principality you have to be a Prince - and you're not a Prince, Mr. Bush".

Bush thought long and hard and came up with "How about an Empire then?"

The Queen, getting a little annoyed by now, replies "Sorry again, Mr. Bush, but to be an Empire you must have an Emperor in charge - and you are not an Emperor."

Before George Bush could utter another word, the Queen said: "I think you're doing quite nicely as a Country."[/quote]

Superb! :D

Back on track, I note that we now have Russians in the British Army, so why not Americans, just as long as we don't commission them, would want their type of decision making. :(
 
#15
Logan89 said:
I was just wondering if people think that americans should be able to join the British military in the same way that commonwealth citizens can. Im not trying to say that america is a commonwealth, these strange questions just pop into my head sometimes
No no thrice no :x These chaps would spend their evenings gum chewing and giving our local girls nylon stockings and such....this sort of behaviour cannot be tolerated in todays modern Army.
 
#17
chocolate_frog said:
Only real countries have a monarch. If you don´t then you are just playing at civilisation.

Look at the evience.

Russia - No monarch
China - No monarch
N Korea - No monarch
Cuba - No monarch
France - No monarch
America......
Do 'real countries' also have an accompanying upper-class of closeted homosexuals to help said monarchy with the administration of government or is that just an English 'twist'. :twisted:
 
#18
Do 'real countries' also have an accompanying upper-class of closeted homosexuals to help said monarchy with the administration of government or is that just an English 'twist'.
No, we just have them for fun, and most of us are 'out' these days sweety! XX
 
#19
Logan89 said:
I was just wondering if people think that americans should be able to join the British military in the same way that commonwealth citizens can. Im not trying to say that america is a commonwealth, these strange questions just pop into my head sometimes
Dude, you're a sick little hump. I think you're the most evil motherfucker that has existed on this miserable stinking planet ever since Pol Pot shuffled off this mortal coil. :evil:
 

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#20
Bit steep but you, what ever helps relive the tension.
 

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