A language that the Americans stole off us Brits!
Listen to those American pricks. Stealing our English, and not even spelling half the words right. The twats.
|9.||All your base are belong to us|
The phrase 'All Your Base Are Belong To Us' is known as a "Gaming Phenomenon". It origionates from the game 'Zero Wing',with a very bad Japanese-to-English translated intro to boot. It is considered one of the worst translations in gaming history. Commonly seen in Multiplayer Games such as Counter Strike, Call Of Duty ect, usually in team gameplay, when one team totally defeats another (See : Pwnage), it will likely be said by the winning team, to dictate that 'All your bases' now belong to them.
However can also be used in a deathmatch gamemode, if one single player stands out above the rest (See also : owned). Sometimes is also followed up by the line (from the same game) "You have no chance to survive, make your time."
Also used when the Terrorists destroy the objective in the de_ (Demolition) gamemode is the line "What Happen?" followed by "Somebody set up us the bomb!".
These are all lines from 'Zero Wing'.
Use 1 :
(In Counter Strike: Source)
Terrorist1 kills Counter-Terrorist1
Terrorist1 kills Counter-Terrorist2
Terrorist1 kills Counter-Terrorist3
Terrorist1 kills Counter-Terrorist4
Terrorist1 kills Counter-Terrorist5
Terrorist1 kills Counter-Terrorist6
Terrorist1 : All your base are belong to us.
Counter-Terrorist 1 kills Terrorist 1
Counter-Terrorist 1 kills Terrorist 2
Counter-Terrorist 2 kills Terrorist 4
Counter-Terrorist 3 kills Terrorist 3
Counter-Terrorist 6 kills Terrorist 5
Counter-Terrorist 5 kills Terrorist 6
Counter-Terrorist 1 : Who do all our bases belong to now?
Counter-Terrorist 2 : Yeh, all your base are belong to us!
Counter-Terrorist 3 : You have no chance to survive make your time!
Use 3 :
The bomb has been planted!
Terrorist 1 : What happen?
Terrorist 2 : Somebody set up us the bomb!
*Terrorists 1 + 2 proceed to spam microphone with laughter*
|10.||All your base are belong to us|
All your base are belong to us" (often shortened to "All Your Base", "AYBABTU", or simply "AYB") is a broken English phrase that sparked an internet phenomenon in 2001 and 2002, with the spread of a Flash animation that depicted the slogan. The text is taken from the opening cut scene of the European Sega Mega Drive version of Zero Wing, a Japanese video game by Toaplan which was rushed and so was rather poorly translated into English, and is often regarded as butchering the English language.
In A.D. 2101
War was beginning.
Captain: What happen ?
Mechanic: Somebody set up us the bomb.
Operator: We get signal.
Captain: What !
Operator: Main screen turn on.
Captain: It's you !!
CATS: How are you gentlemen !!
CATS: All your base are belong to us.
CATS: You are on the way to destruction.
Captain: What you say !!
CATS: You have no chance to survive make your time.
CATS: Ha ha ha ha ....
Operator: Captain !! *
Captain: Take off every 'ZIG'!!
Captain: You know what you doing.
Captain: Move 'ZIG'.
Captain: For great justice.
Big pussies who took the Falklands from us, as well as having horrible teeth, always getting beat at futbol by south americans even though they are credited with the invention of the sport. they tend to drink excessively and have small penises. their accents are so grave that you can understand few of them, and those that you can understand you would just like them to shut the fuck up. this includes small 8th graders, excluding women with them name of Sophie.
Jack is a short-fuck, a great example of english people
|12.||New York English|
A distinct brand of English spoken especially in the NYC metropolitan area, including the buroughs (excl. alot of Manhattan, full of transplants), Long Island, parts of upstate, and a great deal of New Jersey and Connecticut.more...
Those who portray it as low-class or ugly, forget that some of the finest speakers of the English language, including Robert Rinero and Christopher Walken, have thick New York accents.
Some features it is known for were previously common, but are now disappearing (such as pronouncing "girl" as "goil" which noone except very old men does anymore).
One of the most widespread features is pronouncing the "a" in words Kerry and carry seperately. Most Americans pronounce the short a in words like "carry", "Larry" "vary", and "marry" with an e, giving them the same vowel as "berry".
A slightly less common, but still widespread feature is an additional vowel not used in General American English, often written as "aww. In words like "caught", "long", "off, and sometimes even "dog" or "fog" are pronounced with the lips more rounded into an o-like a. Most Americans and Canadians as well just pronounce it with a long a, as in "father".
One feature that's still easy to find, but not necessarily the norm anymore, is r-dropping, as in other Northeastern US accents, pronouncing "here" and "there" "hee-uh" and "theh-uh". Many of those that don't drop the r at least soften it, or only drop it in some words while speaking quickly.
most likely the gayest people on the plant. it seems to rain there all the time. they are pussies. they cry all the time on xbox. and they have a huge problem with all americans even tho they come to our country for disney world, try and dress like us, and say how awesome it is. they are very jeolous of american
true story of english people at disney world....
English kid- look at that kid and his girlfriend holding hands hahaha
Me- what fuck you say bitchass
English kid- nothing MOMMY!!!!! help
Me-come over her you little bitch and let me teach you some manner
English kid- flash like lighting ran away to suck on his moms diddy
Lack of command of the English language.
Victor said to Jon: "All your base are belong to us."
Jon: "Nice display of LOCOTEL Victor."