British Stereotypes





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Published on Sep 7, 2006

Exploring popular British Stereotypes.

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Terry Walsh
hey Jordan, you seem a okay lad, your a red too......but it looks like anal on that tshirt? I know what it really says but it does look like 'anal'...a bit of advice too mate....stop snotting..its fucking sickly!did you know your government has sold England to the EU and will be England no more? its to be split into 9 zones.....keep that united flag flying high..but keep the England flag flying higher.
Its nice to hear a northern accent ! -from a southerner.
jürg der Grosse
There is another stereotype: "Snuffling your nose every second sentence" - really appetising ... maybe in his case it is more of a monotype (LOL) - and really funny, gossipping about "posh accent" and "posh people in their BMWs" - but being totally unable to imitate one single simple sentence in "posh language" - and there really would be marvellous examples of "posh idiots" - so, fully missed chance... but still hilariously unprofessional; ok - what do we expect from a 15 y/o... I hope he has grown appropriately in the meantime - unless he died from "a tea and a crumpet"... or unfortunately put on a few stone from British junk food ;-)
Hugh Franklin
i'm English, i eat crumpets, scones and muffins, i love tea, ginger nut biscuits, i love the Queen and most people do love the Queen, and no one thinks we drink tea with her. 
haha  I am from Australia and we use words like Bugger all the time!  And we eat scones or crumpets with a cuppa tea fairly often.  (crumpets for breakfast,  scones less regularly but its a common weekend thing you find in country cafes). I found your video entertaining but I will say I disagree with one thing - the tea.  Every Brit I've ever known has drunk a lot of tea.  I've even heard British backpackers complaining in a hostel that Australia "doesn't have any good tea, not like at home"
Severian Wintermute
I was just watching Doctor Who today. And I can testify that the teeth are literally fucked....
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Wango Bango
British teeth are really crooked.
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No i haven't but ill look into it :P At the present comment i have a reverse osmosis filter but there's been huge hypes of electric water ionizer but i dont like those so i found this company called vitev which sells a system where the water passes through natural sedimentary rocks and such which brings nutrients back to the water and raises its pH. Ill have to look into this thing a bit more before i purchase one and will definitely test my water after its in use to see what it truly provides.
RIP Chester
Yeah totally, I plan on getting a filter. I haven't looked into it much, but have you heard of Black Mica? A friend briefly mentioned it to me and apparently it helps keep some of the good nutrients in.
Exactly your bets bet is to get a reverse osmosis water filter. It removes all impurities yes it removes the good as well but i rather get those vitamins and minerals from food than drink contaminated water. You can also always get something like a vitev system to re introduce the nutrients :)
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