Top 10 British Problems

It’s not easy being British. Actually, it’s quite complicated and challenging. Scroll down to see why!

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Very British problem.

Very British problem.

Very British problem.

Very British problem.

Very British problem.

Very British problem.

Very British problem.

Very British problem.

Very British problem.

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  1. John Bullshite January 13, 2020

    The Daily Mail – purveyor of fake news, conspiracy theories and made-up health scares & owned by a tax-dodging hypocrite – exists.

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  2. A-Hole American January 13, 2020

    Live and work in Washington, DC, region. Love talking Brits and the pained expression they get when they politely inquire “How are you doing today?” and I proceed to answer in detail. I also love to offer then Popeye’s biscuits instead of cookies when they ask for one. And don’t get me started on the whole “chocky” thing!

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  3. Margaret Thatcher's Ghost January 13, 2020

    Poor DM crybabies. Sorry not every news source you encounter is Jeremy Corbyn-fluffing propaganda.

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  4. Your Name Here January 13, 2020

    “So, Nigel, how is your family?”
    “Oh, they all burned to death last week.”
    “You don’t say! Tragic my good fellow. I hope it was quick?”
    No, unfortunately. Anyway, ta ta.”

  5. anon January 13, 2020

    The Daily Fail is hilarious if only for their constant braying about some bimbo’s ‘flaunting’ of something. Always some ‘flaunting’ of some
    ‘toned’ body part while they ‘romp on the beach’ or have an ‘intimate date’ with their latest beard….

  6. Anonymous January 14, 2020

    Milk does go in before tea.

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  7. Anonymous January 14, 2020

    I thought English regard tea bags as barbaric.

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  8. Anonymous January 14, 2020

    Actually, we British find being British rather easy. It’s Americans who are confused by everything under the sun.

  9. Al-nonymous January 15, 2020

    The “English” language really can be a problem depending on which English-speaking country one originates from. I learned Japanese by using an Australian-English textbook, even though I live in Midwest America. The textbook translated “asobimasu” to “to muck about.” Even our teacher was a bit confused. As this was in the late ’90’s, it took us a while to google the word to find it meant in American-English, “to hang out.”

  10. Anonymous January 17, 2020

    The #1 is a real disaster

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