Star spangled Ding Dongs

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  1. I honestly don’t understand what this fascination with tea is all about? We brits don’t seriously place that much importance in tea.. that’s like saying you Americans would sell your souls for corn dogs. Or Hershey’s bars. I don’t get it.

  2. Aren’t these the things that the President asks the hostess to get on Air Force One during the first Transformers film? As a UK Redditor this is my only experience with ‘Ding Dongs’.

  3. Lets see, star spangled…Red, White and Blue. Adopted on: July 4, 1960

    The British flag, or better known as the Union Jack, Red, White and Blue. Adopted on: January 1, 1801

    Did no one notice this?

  4. I’m just picturing the scene from Bravehart where they show their butt cheeks to the British and our Founding Fathers on the sidelines with an oldtimey telescope/viewing device saying “we can do one better!!” (They obviously had a time machine to make this scene work)

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My parents bought me a shirt that said “5UCK MY D1CK” and send me to school with it, not knowing what it meant. (We are German). My teacher explained to my mom what it meant and how inappropriate it was. This was about 12 years ago.