I almost cried when I couldn't find a thread designated for British people! So here it is, a beautiful thread dedicated to this
beautiful country. Please, come in, take a seat, free tea and crumpets for everyone. Be sure to leave your ignorance at the door.
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I lived in Texas for over a year, but now I'm back in the UK.
I love England. I never really respected its beauty and its originality when I lived here prior to Texas, but since I moved to the US, I can really see how different it is. There's a lot of things that we have that America doesn't and vice versa. Of course, because I am pro-Britain, I think that my country is a whole lot better than the USA, but I have good reason to 8D. Texas was awesome though; great people, great pre-summer, great prices and great steaks biggrin
P.S I poke a lot of fun at people. I mean no actual offence, so I shall apologise in advance.
Howdy! I'm Annie, 19, born in Twickenham, Richmond-upon-Thames.
Now I'm living in Northeastern Mexico, rather close to Texas. And yes, it is a Fiery Annoying Pit of Hell. D:
I'll transfer to Lancaster Uni in the Michaelmas term of next year.
'Til then, I'll long for fish and chips. With lots of vinegar, salt, and ketchup. D:
Galaxy bars, too.
Hahaha, the british are coming. Funny.
I was wondering if "Taking the piss" and "being cynical" should be one of the national sports of england. Along with cheese-rolling......because we do it a hell of alot.
I'm english. (....mostly)
Live in Dorset.
With the farmers.
They have combine harvesters, but have they given me the key? NO! THE RUDENESS!!