1. As soon as this hashtag appeared, some people knew what was to come.
2. And, well, they weren’t wrong.
I seriously don’t care what #AmericansvsBritish is really for but we threw your stupid tea into the harbor. #Merica
4. Of course the usual points were made. On the one hand, gun crime.
All the stuff about America and freedom. HA! I’m less likely to get shot though. Case closed. #AmericansvsBritish
5. And on the other, teeth.
6. And more teeth.
#AmericansvsBritish it’s all about the teeth, baby.Lmao â€
7. It was seriously all “TEETH TEETH TEETH TEETH TEETH”.
8. But then Brits dropped the NHS bomb.
9. They weren’t going to take that lying down though.
10. The old rugby vs “football” argument cropped up.
Rugby. A player running with a 220lb opposition player. With no motorcycle helmets. #NFL #AmericansvsBritish
11. Sport was always going to be a contentious issue.
12. And it’s no secret that Britain has a LOT more history than the US.
13. Not to be outdone, Americans came back fighting.
14. Not totally sure about this one though.
Commonwealth? WE HAVE THE MOON. #AmericansvsBritish
15. A certain document was brought up.
Sorry we had to break up with you in writing. #AmericansvsBritish
16. But then this guy used BuzzFeed to make his point, which is basically just as important.
Oliver James Stevens
#AmericansvsBritish Basically even Google knows that the British are better… And Google is American. We do more!
17. Stephen Colbert was predictably brilliant on the matter.
#AmericansvsBritish is trending. Here is an awesome quote from Colbert on the matter
18. Someone suggested that this was a reason Britain is better.
Nothing needs to be said í ½í¸‚ #AmericansvsBritish
19. Though if you start talking about who has the best celebrities, there’s not much you can do to recover from this.
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#AmericansvsBritish Americans gave you this do you really need another reason
20. Although this guy got all ‘Hugh Grant in Love Actually’ about it.
21. Some decided to switch sides.
22. While others distanced themselves from the rest of their country.
23. Some other countries chipped in (unsuccessfully).
24. Which didn’t go down very well.
25. Some even worried that the hashtag could aid terrorists.
26. Compromises were suggested.
27. But at the end of the day, as long as Britain and the US has a mutual enemy, the special relationship should remain for years to come.
#AmericansvsBritish can’t we just get along by agreeing we all share equal hatred for this man?
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