15 BEST SURVIVAL BOOKS

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I’m commenting for two reasons

1- I hate to see you all alone, it’s okay little guy.
2- no survivalist book collection is complete without “Hatchet”. I’m highly disappointed and will be writing the author of this article for leaving it out!

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:rofl: thanks for keeping me company, the conversations I have with myself ALWAYS end up in an argument…I definitely think you should complain to the author!

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(Thinks to self…)

Is he serious? no dumb-ass no one argues with themselves! ohh, you sure? just shut the fu%& up and keep reading douche , why are you so mean?

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Go figure theres a pic of a half naked guy in that pic…says alot about you.

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For survival manuals the armies newest one is pretty good so is the SAS survival guide.

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Piss off wanker

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Blow it out yer arse, poofter.

@The_Shooting_Brit ,
How did I do, is my limey-nese getting better?

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you’re still a silly git

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You Guy’s have nailed it…!:rofl::rofl::rofl::+1:

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I like that one , what exactly does it mean?

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So is calling someone a “bloody tosser” Brit or Aussie?

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Git is a term of insult with origins in English denoting an unpleasant, silly, incompetent, annoying, senile, elderly or childish person. As a mild oath it is roughly on a par with prat and marginally less pejorative than berk.

Depending on the moment could be used to refer to either you or LWMQ

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Well I like it, its kind of cheerful but still insulting. Great for smartass comments or non serious situations. Do people use this type of english up in your part of the world or is it Americanized?

nah we just call an asshole - an asshole

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So you guys talk more like Americans then, except for the “eh”.

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Y’all got that right…

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I hope Canada has another Ice Age, soon! fucker

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:rofl:

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Why? They would survive it. Hope for something like a bigfoot invasion.

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