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British problems

British problems. put together for you by Lusir. Not quite catching someoene' s name, meaning you can never speak to them again Realising ecru' entered the wron

put together for you by Lusir

Not quite catching someoene' s name,
meaning you can never speak to them again
Realising ecru' entered the wrong shop and
having to pretend to look around for a bit
Being incapable of placing your items on the
senater in a newsagents' s shop without
saying "just these please"
Going in a pub to use the lee and pretending
to look for a friend all the way into the toilet
Worrying youll be suspected a thief if exiting
a shop without making a purchase
Saying we' re pleased with your haircut
despite the deep inner sadness it' s causing
i. r. intime.
Deeming it necessary do a little jog over
zebra crossings, while throwing in an
apologetic mini wave
viii A, I Follow
The shew of tasting Earl Grey when you
expected otherwise
viii 1* I Follow
Attempting to deal with a by
staring fiercely at the batik of their head
viii A, I Follow
Resigning yourself to an unusual and
arduous train route, rather than risk sharing
your commute with a colleague
viii A, I Follow
Writing a terribly modest CV, for fear of
appearing boastful
viii A, I Follow
Being unable to eat crisps at your desk
without worrying that your mouth sounds
like a building site
viii -In I Follow
Never wanting m use an exclamation mark
yet worrying youll cemo acre's as miserable
without ene
A, I Follow
Hoping your friend finishes their story
yen don' t have to miss yew bus step
viii A, I Follow
in a sandwich shop and allowing a
distressingly odd combination of fillings to
happen
viii A, I Follow
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Allowing your bladder to explode rather than
wake a fellow plane passenger
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User avatar #15 - themasterdebater (02/11/2013) [-]
inb4 six-a-bong
User avatar #123 to #111 - milthyfoustache (02/11/2013) [-]
This is perfect. Also annoying when people say "can I get" instead of "can I have" when ordering food.
User avatar #160 to #123 - ChewyConor (02/11/2013) [-]
The "I'll get" is even worse. Like it's a statement of fact not a request.
User avatar #166 to #160 - milthyfoustache (02/11/2013) [-]
It just annoys me when people use Americanisms in England full stop :p Speak English for ***** sake!
#86 - ihateaccountnames (02/11/2013) [-]
Good to know that all of us share a common nature!
Good to know that all of us share a common nature!
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#121 - milthyfoustache (02/11/2013) [-]
Apart from if you're a Northerner like me then you just drink Bovril by the gallon and headbutt people.
User avatar #135 to #121 - toguro (02/11/2013) [-]
I've never had that stuff but I have head butted people so I get half points right?
User avatar #137 to #135 - milthyfoustache (02/11/2013) [-]
I don't know, do you talk in a way that no non-English person could understand you? Bovril is good **** though it's just like drinking gravy.
User avatar #142 to #137 - toguro (02/11/2013) [-]
Well my mum raised me to be *posh* (didn't ****** work) so I've got one odd accent. I've been called welsh, Scottish, Irish, American, polish and, of course, English (but we're talking toft English, silver spoons and whatnot)

I've got mates who are like that though
User avatar #143 to #142 - milthyfoustache (02/11/2013) [-]
haha, where abouts you from? I often get told I look Polish -.- probably down to all the Eastern European immigrants in my area
User avatar #144 to #143 - toguro (02/11/2013) [-]
From north-west, Preston. Was born in bolton
User avatar #148 to #144 - milthyfoustache (02/11/2013) [-]
haha strong accent in your area then :p I'm from Mansfield in Nottinghamshire. East Midlands accent is odd, not widely known either
User avatar #149 to #148 - toguro (02/11/2013) [-]
We have like 16+ different accents. Which just shows we have nothing better to do with our time
User avatar #125 to #121 - milthyfoustache (02/11/2013) [-]
Or as we call it in my charming home county "stickin' nut on someone".
#102 - racrox (02/11/2013) [-]
Canadian and I do nearly ALL these things, especially the mini-wave one, every goddamn time...

pic is only canadian pic I have
#50 - Rellikthebrit ONLINE (02/11/2013) [-]
This is so true it is unreal. haha
#146 - peggscott (02/11/2013) [-]
I spent over 3 months abroad last year, mostly in America. The looks I got of my friends upon my return to Scotland when ever I called the off license the "liquor store" made me feel some what abused and molested...
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#141 to #134 - bagguhsleep (02/11/2013) [-]
Do you have any more of these?
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#117 - leredspy (02/11/2013) [-]
This is so incredibly true. I'm British and have never been abroad, and for some reason thought everyone was like this!
User avatar #116 - thebritishguy (02/11/2013) [-]
I remember once I stood on someone's foot and they said "sorry"
User avatar #119 to #116 - kolpster (02/11/2013) [-]
Every time I stand on someone's foot they say sorry...


England
User avatar #124 to #119 - thebritishguy (02/11/2013) [-]
I go on a bus with students mainly and they usually just don't say anything
User avatar #7 - KayRed (02/11/2013) [-]
These problems are universal in the first world, not exclusive to England. Change "zebra crossings" to cross walk, and "earl grey" to "big gulp coke", and it becomes american.
#145 to #7 - John Cena (02/11/2013) [-]
bs american people aren't that considerate
User avatar #11 to #7 - bajowski (02/11/2013) [-]
and Queue-Jumpers to Line cutters ^_^
User avatar #12 to #7 - chuckbillrow ONLINE (02/11/2013) [-]
its more a British problem because the British practically invented being socially awkward
User avatar #127 - twilightyagami ONLINE (02/11/2013) [-]
makes me feel ambivalent to be British
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#139 to #100 - John Cena (02/11/2013) [-]
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#76 - nithorry (02/11/2013) [-]
This really does depict us British people
#73 - sodapops (02/11/2013) [-]
Obligatory.
#84 to #73 - llpanic (02/11/2013) [-]
forcey fun time always get me
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