Putting in America at the end of every thing you say and wearing an American flag as a bandanna will let everybody in foreign countries know your from America!
by notJulien May 20, 2009
Phrase used as an add-on to sentences. "In America" fulfills the function of a prepositional phrase, though it is often used as a sentence fragment, and is used to convey an almost sarcastic outlook regarding the American mindset of independence and superiority, or a sincere outlook of such views, which is even scarier. This usage was started by LittleKuriboh's Yu-Gi-Oh the Abridged Series, which was first posted on youtube, but is now available other places as well.
by Bandit Keith March 22, 2007
buy the domain for your diy vlog