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Old 19.06.2010, 19:17
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Misery Bear goes to the World Cup

British humour at its best! Watch and weep.



Misery Bear makes me sad and yet I can't help but watch his skits again and again.
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Old 19.06.2010, 19:19
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Re: Misery Bear goes to the World Cup

Misery Bear's Christmas:

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Misery Bear's Trip to London:
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Old 19.06.2010, 19:22
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Re: Misery Bear goes to the World Cup

That's not humorous. It's just cruelly sad.
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Old 19.06.2010, 19:26
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Re: Misery Bear goes to the World Cup

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That's not humorous. It's just cruelly sad.
An excellent way to describe the English!
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Old 19.06.2010, 19:41
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Re: Misery Bear goes to the World Cup

I'm sorry, but that really appeals to my Brit sense of humour. We don't have a word for "Schadenfreude" in English, but by god we excel in it
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Old 19.06.2010, 19:58
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I'm sorry, but that really appeals to my Brit sense of humour. We don't have a word for "Schadenfreude" in English, but by god we excel in it
Sure you have .....
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Old 19.06.2010, 20:27
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The English definition is a sentence, not a word

Although I'll give in to the fact that "Schadenfreude" can be used within English, it's not an English word, and not every native English speaker will understand it.
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Old 19.06.2010, 20:28
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hahahaha brilliant! (sorry arg)

A good thing he didnt make it to the world cup. I reckon quarantine is a much better fate than being in that stadium last night.
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