All the Brits I have ever met have been nothing but nice, warm and welcoming. and WONDERFULLY witty.

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Not since 1776...

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only by the Rothschilds who suck theyr money via the feds...

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You could turn this around, but it would equate to the same issue of a person from another Nation who is reluctant.<br />
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I have no idea why the person feels the way that they do. It could be a number of things; one of them might be from her experience of what she has read elsewhere or heard elsewhere. One thing is for sure, though. She isn't speaking from personal experience, and that's the bigger issue here. All that takes is for he to meet those who she says would treat her poorly; if she does this, at least she can warrant her reluctance and step it up to a personal experience. Even if her reluctance proved to be well founded, it still isn't an opinion she could make from the one meeting. Like anywhere else in life, we either latch-on and warm to who we meet or we don't.<br />
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She has an opinion ba<x>sed on 'whatever or wherever' she formed it; what she hasn't got is a reason for the opinion.<br />
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~F~

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only when they speak or drink tea...

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Only Mr. Bean.

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Nonsense, it is the American that gives that impression by stereotyping the Brit. Every British person I have ever met was extremely polite and was very interested in knowing my opinion about things. Especially political ideals, which we ended up agreeing on...

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i couldn't tell you what the heck that's about. i love english people! (i'm american.)

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