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...
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...
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...
My father's side of my family comes from England. My mother's side of my family comes from Germany. I have been to Europe many times and have visited most of the countries and the larger cities there. I love the European lifestyle very much. They are so open and free to do...
that both my parents moved here as children from different countries :)
But I was born here in England :D never really felt "British" :0 guys who would try and pick me up would say "you're so exotic" id roll my eyes thinking I wonder if they would say that if they saw me...
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...
an Irish pub for a Belgian beer.
Then on the way home grabbing an Indian curry or a Turkish kebab, to sit on a Swedish Sofa and watch USA shows on a Japanese TV, while being suspicious of anything foreign.
Oh and only in Britain can you get a pizza to your home faster than an...
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.