There is so much I love about this country: our tolerance; our sense of humour; our big hearts when it comes to charitable causes; our resolve; our music (Queen, The Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles...); our authors (Dickens, Shakespeare...); our comedy (Ricky...
Today is such a slow day... Who wants to help me pick a filter for my pic? What looks better the blue or gold filter? Sorry about my face lol with out makeup I look abit like a monster :/
so far and this week we should hit a heatwave of 40degrees. Scorcher for us..
I love the sun-I don't sunbathe but I feel better about a lot of stuff.
The main problem I have is with the whinging Brit. Where usually they bemoan the rain and lack of sun, NOW they are whining full...
chap, what ghastly weather we're having!"
"Alright me old geezer, how's it going son?"
I do drink tea and I do eat scones but I do not hold my "pinky" up.
Most conversations do start with the weather.
I do not have bad teeth
I am not posh...
Why would anyone want to live in the UK at this point? Well, if you enjoy having every little detail of your life dictated to you by elitist control freaks then you might like living there. But most of the rest of the world is absolutely horrified that the UK is being...
save the queen off buy heart my dad was a 6'4 cockney copper i speak english i wright english i loyal to this as my home born country so now look me in the eyes and tell me i ain't British just because of my mothers ethnicity
Since I’ve turned forty.
Lots of things have happened since I’ve turned forty.
I have learned to accept that I am physically not perfect and that no one really is. Okay, so things have headed south but my smile hasn’t. No longer do I judge a book by it’s cover and what...
that there is more than one accent in Britain.
NO, WE DON'T ALL SOUND LIKE THE QUEEN!!
For those reading this who aren't British, please please PLEASE look up the Welsh accent, Yorkshire, Lancashire, Liverpool, Newcastle and various other places. [Look up Vernon Kay or Johnny...
and it made me smile.
When British people say one thing, they often really mean the exact opposite! Any Brit will recognize themselves in this list.
1. 'I might join you later' — Translation: I'm not leaving the house today unless it's on fire.
2. 'Excuse me, sorry, is...
and saying "you're English" or "are you English" NO I'M BRITISH! Yes, I was born and raised in Stoke (lucky me -.-) but I have a Scottish father and an English mother, which makes me British, not English. I've absolutely had it with people calling me English, especially because...
Being British is about driving a German car to an Irish pub for a Belgium beer.
Then traveling home, grabbing an Indian curry or a Turkish kebab on the way, to sit on Swedish furniture and watch American shows on a Japanese television.