You Were Driving On The Wrong Side Of The Road

Sorry, let me translate to the English: It’s the wrong soid of the roade ye was droivin down, innit!?

15 thoughts on “You Were Driving On The Wrong Side Of The Road”

  1. Yeah, right, wrong side, that’s the problem dude…
    Whatabout weird inbreed measurement units like Inch, Foot, Yard, flOz, Gallon,…
    Yet the international units (Metric units) are more accepted in the real world outside that politcal maniac playground!

  2. haha! Does he think English people are pirates? Arrrrr!!

  3. Even the English went metric by now.

  4. Imperial measurement forever!!

  5. That’s more Austrailian than British english.

  6. More like a Somerset accent.
    For the more geographically challenged amongst you, Somerset is a county in the South West of England.

  7. Spoken like a real retard. The metric system is much easier to convert and to calculate. Since it has been established in Australia the waste of home building has been reduced from a truck load to a wheelbarrow. Because the workers won’t cut half of the wood wrongly due to calculating errors with all those moronic fractions.
    The imperial system is nothing to be proud of. It’s like using flint axes while all others use iron.
    The metric system is based on ten. And even you can count to twenty with your hands and feet.

  8. Americans will thank you for that.

  9. Very good point!

  10. Imperial measurements forever – except when you take your 9mm to buy a couple of grams…

  11. Will they? When?

  12. TRU THAT.
    The hypocrites…

  13. Bath to the north, Wilts to the east, Devon to the west, and Dorset to the south…. if I remember correct

  14. Worst English accent ever!

  15. Hahaha. That sunk them

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