Who is better?
Anglos are rapebabbies.
Basques raped by Celts
Celts raped by Romans
Celts and "Romano-British" raped by saxons/angles/jutes
the resulting horrible abomination raped by norsemen
finally rape by norsemen again of francophone variety
Seeing as the "anglos" did nothing of note whatsoever before getting enriched with nordic seed I think it's safe to say that Nordics are best.
Yes, they are.
The Anglosphere is comprised of the United Kingdom, The Republic of Ireland, The United States of America, New Zealand, Canada and Australia.
These are the countries where English is the first language of the majority of its people.
But hey, you gave us the word 'dank'. Pretty good for my memes.
Swedes are future rape babies.
Swedes raped by Somalians.
Somalians raped by other Africans,
Other Africans and Somalians raped by Arabs.
the resulting horrible abomination raped by EU
finally rape by EU again of Merkel variety.
Seeing as the "swedes" did nothing of note whatsoever before getting enriched with Norwegian seed I think it's safe to say that anglos are best.
It's not really comparable, one always sought out conquest the other was more about just securing their own future.
But the Nordics are probably better when it comes to living good lives.
The angles, saxons and jutes never actually displaced the aboriginal british population to begin with, so I doubt that your British colonist forebears were "Anglo-Saxon" to begin with.
A dank is the big metal ball you use when you play marbles kek.
Sure the difference isn't that big at all but the implication of Anglo-Saxon is that they are of pure English stock.
Neither does Danish but just as Danish words are not pronounced/spelled in a logical way so aren't English. And in both cases it's born of a wish to emulate French which also has this thing with spelling and pronouncing completely differently. It's a plain and simple non-Germanic trait. The more the French influence the worse this gets.
For example "enough" should really be "enuff" but it isn't. Fucking frogs.
It is, but if you guys were actually Germanic it would either be pronounced like it's spelled or have pronounciation changed.
Enough, to sound Germanic, would have to be spoken with a hard g, such as it is in the related nordic word "nog".
The soft sound is a francophone trait.
I don't know. It's a tough decision to make.
cheese slicer, ikea, legos, nokia, being the set for game of thrones
uk and america literally building the foundation and technology for the modern world with a successful transition from pax britannica to pax americana
I think I might vote Nordic because I want to creampie bbc Victoria, Voe and Martina though
Swedish isn't perfect either, but yeah, it really is nice to be able to sort of vaguely say a word right based on how it's written, most of the time.
I have no idea how agonising learning English as a second language is, considering how frustrated I get when g or k break their pronunciation rules.
Swedish isn't perfect no. German seems to me the "best" Germanic language because all spelling is very rational and everything clearly pronounced.
Problem with Swedish spelling that it didn't really either matched actual pronounciation(except for a few dialects) when it was introduced but as we suffer from the reverse syndrome that anglos and french suffer from we altered our pronounciation to fit spelling. A lot of spelling was changed in the big reform to reflect pronounciation too of course.
Yeah, I'm aware of the history of it a fair bit.
And yeah, the introduction of high german is kind of interesting, as a standard form. Obviously Riksvensk never truly matched spelling and never took over.
Does the school system currently try to teach students to speak riksvensk or do they just dgaf now and let students speak their local dialect? My spouse's parents said they had to learn to "speak properly" back when they were kids.
That said, Swedish and English have the same problem when it comes to fixing their spelling systems, although the problem is far bigger for English.
If you reform it, what do you reform it TO? You'll never be able to get it exactly right for every speaker. Swedish could attempt a High German style reform where they try to teach people to speak the "correct" dialect as a second form. English lacks the central authority to ever even try this.
Too many anglos with too many speaking styles with no central government they all look to.
india uses common law and a lot of india speaks english. english is an official language in india (used for legal purposes). and a significant number of people in india speak english.
still, i'm not saying America isn't anglo. or it is as anglo as india is. but the arguments put forward by you for what makes a place anglo aren't valid
Th predominant white ancestor groups in the US are German, Italians, Irish. Most of the US has never seen English rule. India has roughly the same English speaking population as the US.
If you are of English ethnic stop trying to speak for all of us. You are a very small minority.
Sorry kindred, I'm not trying to be, I'm simply convinced otherwise.
Based on English common law, except in Goa, Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli which follow a Civil law system based on the Portuguese Civil Law 
Federal courts and 50 states use the legal system based on English common law, which has diverged somewhat since the mid-nineteenth century in that they look to each other's cases for guidance on issues of first impression and rarely, if ever, look at contemporary cases on the same issue in the UK or the Commonwealth.
State law in the U.S. state of Louisiana is based on French and Spanish civil law (see above)
pretty much the same.
>he said in English
>under a Common Law system
>in a former crown colony
Putting "muh" in front of something doesn't disprove it. Culture counts in any case, do you speak anything other than English?
German 1850's family, and it's silly top call myself anything but Anglo at this rate.
>do you speak anything other than English?
And English is derivative of Germanic/Latin languages, written entirely on Latin script. HK isn't Anglo.
Just because your country is a democratic republic doesn't make you greco-roman. Just because you have a legal system doesn't make you Mesopotamian. CL is an even lower level system than everything else I just mentioned.
Stay out of these monarch shit.
These are the ten most common American surnames, they're all Anglo in origin, most Americans are retards who don't understand their true origins.
>And English is derivative of Germanic/Latin languages, written entirely on Latin script. HK isn't Anglo.
It is a West Germanic language, like all Germanic languages (including German itself) that come from Proto-Germanic. This proves nothing. Most importantly, it's ENGLISH, and we use it because we are an English product.
>Just because your country is a democratic republic doesn't make you greco-roman. Just because you have a legal system doesn't make you Mesopotamian. CL is an even lower level system than everything else I just mentioned.
Yeah, and we use common law because off our English origins.
You'd have to be deluded not to see Nordics as the superiors.
>so desperate for good countries you appropriate an Anglo one
Good man. There's a Canadian who's married to a Swede on here, it was probably him to be desu.
Don't get me wrong I like Canada, I just don't understand why they get so much praise on /int/ when they're just America 2.0 with less cool nature/all kinds of different climates
Yeah, I know of this Canadian and it's a she apparently (and she's a dyke), comes in once every full moon to shitpost in our generals in English.
>HDI is the sole measure of QoL in each respective country
Yeah, let's not look at such things as crime, hours worked per year, social securities, job security, etc.
But we have a higher life expectancy than the US, and a higher percentage of people with higher education, you got us beat in raw income though, I admit but snub your toe and be indebted for life right?
The British Icelandic Cod Wars
First Cod War: Icelandic victory, Iceland's territorial waters increased to 12 nautical miles.
Second Cod War: Icelandic victory, Iceland's exclusive fishery zone increased to 50 nautical miles.
Third Cod War: Icelandic victory, Iceland's exclusive fishery zone increased to 200 nautical miles.
>tfw in real life, sometimes the bad guys lose
Those things do contribute to American QoL though, in a way. Science/industry strength means that they can get high tech stuff cheaper than we can and they certainly seem to be enjoying their cultural dominance.
delet this right now
In Spanish, you will always know how a word is pronounced, based on how it is written.
From what I've heard and read of English, German and French, I can assume that English is the outcome of raping a Germanic language with French.