points: 9

Pineapple in American.

fuck yea.

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by Alec13

submitted August 15th 2011

72 comments
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Pineapple in American.
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comments (72)
anana
6 years ago
who lives in an ananas under the sea?

also reminds me of this song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5hrUGFhsXo

FOTC is awesome
6 years ago
Oy! It's an apple of a pine tree mate.
6 years ago
yup off trees http://www.hlasek.com/foto/ananas_comosus_4635.jpg
6 years ago
very short trees
6 years ago
sizeist bastard!
6 years ago
we prefer full sized tries in the states
6 years ago
Full sized tries.
6 years ago
trees*

fuck you
6 years ago
Did you get confused with fries there? Thinking of food... again?
6 years ago
no

fuck you too
6 years ago
AMERICA
6 years ago
FUCK YOU
6 years ago
So the rest of the world is a bunch of original copycat faggots.
6 years ago
ananas is just bananas without the b, to easy to get the two words mixed up
6 years ago
Is that how that works?

What do they call bananas in these countries?
6 years ago
probably banans without the a
6 years ago
I know, right? English doesn't have any homophones at all.
6 years ago
i bet there are lots of homophobes in england
6 years ago
Nah, I think they gave up and became fags as well.
6 years ago
Thin ice, dog, thin ice...
6 years ago
How did they all become cigarettes?
6 years ago
Yes, the cat is back!!!!
6 years ago
Fucking hipsters
6 years ago
I'm pretty sure it says in Engish, not American.
6 years ago
I'm pretty sure the other english-speaking countries, if they exist, don't fucking matter.
6 years ago
amen.
6 years ago
My sentiments exactly, Wanko.
6 years ago
Alec, shut up.
6 years ago
So why do you have a problem calling it american? I'm confused
6 years ago
umm... maybe the fact that I'm English, so any other English speaking countries don't matter?
6 years ago
See that's where i'm confused.. People in England like England more than America?!?
6 years ago
He took advantage of the ambiguity of my reply.
6 years ago
It won't happen again, motherfucker.
6 years ago
meh.. if it wasnt for the usa youd all be speaking german
6 years ago
England is full of homophones.
6 years ago
Alec wouldn't 'cause he'd be dead.
6 years ago
oh vey.
6 years ago
If it wasn't for us English, all you Americans would be speaking german.
6 years ago
they'd claim they invented that language too
6 years ago
Fucking English, you guys fought the war and got your asses handed to you for like 10 years, then America stepped in and ended that shit in just under a day with time left over to nuke japan before supper.
6 years ago
America.. England.. what's the difference?
6 years ago
What war?
6 years ago
England couldn't even defeat a bunch of stoned pot farmers..
6 years ago
Fucking Americans Shut up! Shut up you Americans. You always talk, you
Americans, you talk and you talk and say 'Let me tell you
something' and 'I just wanna say this',
6 years ago
USA USA USA USA
6 years ago
OH CANADA SOMETHING MAPLE SYRUP AND HOCKEY!
6 years ago
VINDALOOOOO, VINDALOOOO, VINDALOO VINDALOO, NAH NAH!
6 years ago
NUCK SU KOW NUCK SU KOW
6 years ago
was zur hölle...???
6 years ago
American?
6 years ago
fuck yea?
6 years ago
MATT DAMON
6 years ago
and ....
6 years ago
& we say piña in spanish.
6 years ago
why the hell would they include arabic when nobody knows what that pronunciation is? also English to Afrikaans translation = pynappel. I wonder why they left that out?
6 years ago
probably because 90% of the world is arabic now ;/
6 years ago
bono blows arabic dudes while they jam pineapples up his ass
6 years ago
apparently the armenian one is wrong also.

It sounds like: ark’ayakhndzor and

spelled: արքայախնձոր
6 years ago
Did you go through them all on translate?
6 years ago
I am now
6 years ago
I was going to check for authenticity before i posted this, but then I realized this is mucho.. wtf is credibility on mucho amirite?
6 years ago
In estonian it's ananass
6 years ago
you armenian? i thought you were mexican
6 years ago
Also pineapple comes from early explorers who stumbled upon the fruit and because it looked like a pine cone they called it a pineapple
6 years ago
Meh mostly throughout the world it's know as ananas
6 years ago
Yep, Columbus called it a pineapple, but the word ananas is derived from the native Guarani name for it. Basically the Columbus pulled an "Indian" on a fruit.
6 years ago
really? i would never have extrapolated that ananas is what the majority of other countries called pineapple.
6 years ago
Japanese for pineapple パイナップル pronounced Painappuru
6 years ago
fail in japanese is 失敗
6 years ago
Everything in japanese is a fail.
6 years ago
especially hank
6 years ago
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