10 Things That Would Be Normal If Britain Had Won The Revolutionary War

What if the Brits had never left? Celebrate Independence Eve this year with a Newcastle Brown Ale.

1. Our countryside would have a whole lot less of this…

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…and a whole lot more of this:

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2. Our swear words would be way more dignified, too.

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noun, nonsense. As in: “That is a load of codswallop.”

3. Our breakfasts would lose all that bull ****…

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…and we’d be left with only half a muffin.

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4. And there’d be a lot more pie. With meat in it.

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So you can eat it for dessert… and dinner.

5. Our tourist attractions would look a bit more like this…

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…instead of this:

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6. Our cats…

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…would stay pretty much the same, except we wouldn’t have “American” shorthairs anymore, just British.

See? Big difference.

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7. Our pints would be imperial.

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8. Unfortunately, our ships would still be powered by steam…

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…instead of freedom.

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9. Our cops would drive totally cute cars…

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10. …not to mention our cabbies.

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Imagine how great America could’ve been, and how much beer Newcastle could’ve sold, if Britain won the Revolutionary War at Ifwewon.com.

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