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OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:22 AM
I guess I like the tv. But this country is too grey for me. Stupid parents should have opted for Australia :rolleyes:

Dava
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:24 AM
Im here... :angel:

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:25 AM
Yes another good reason to be here :D

veryborednow
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:27 AM
Our Smarties are the best in the world

Cuckoo
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:31 AM
Pork Pies ;)

Avid Merrion
Nov 12th, 2004, 12:00 PM
the bit up the top called Scotland. the UK would suck without it ;)

Dirty Sanchez
Nov 12th, 2004, 12:03 PM
Yeah... our food is nice, our music scene is the best and the football is great as well! :p I guess all the different accents are interesting as well! ;)

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 12:07 PM
Yeah... our food is nice, our music scene is the best and the football is great as well! :p I guess all the different accents are interesting as well! ;)What is British food though? :confused:

The Sunday roast is lovely :hearts: Fish & chips okay

But isn't the Indian takeaway the most popular food?

I can't comment about football though. :o

Dirty Sanchez
Nov 12th, 2004, 12:11 PM
British Food in my eyes is stuff like all the different pies, Black Pudding, Fish & Chips and sunday dinners!! :yeah:

Lol... everyone loves curries over here but I can't stand them to be honest! ;)

And trust me the football is the best!! :p

Cassius
Nov 12th, 2004, 12:18 PM
But isn't the Indian takeaway the most popular food?

And trust me the football is the best!!
Yes to both of those (esp. the football).
I assume you're a Newcastle fan Dirty Sanchez?

Minami
Nov 12th, 2004, 12:28 PM
Mtv :p

CondiLicious
Nov 12th, 2004, 12:38 PM
I guess I like the tv. But this country is too grey for me. Stupid parents should have opted for Australia :rolleyes:
That's what I think about the UK... It's just so "grey". Dark, depressing, houses are too close together... I think we should go around painting all the houses pink and purple and lime green :lol: Sure the weather will be crap but I don't think the country will be as gloomy as it is now.

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 12:50 PM
That's what I think about the UK... It's just so "grey". Dark, depressing, houses are too close together... I think we should go around painting all the houses pink and purple and lime green :lol: Sure the weather will be crap but I don't think the country will be as gloomy as it is now.Exactly like Iceland :D

It's grey there too but at least they brighten things up like you suggest we do here.

I can't escape Britain though b/c I am tied down with a mortgage and a secure job. :(

Avid Merrion
Nov 12th, 2004, 12:54 PM
That's what I think about the UK... It's just so "grey". Dark, depressing, houses are too close together... I think we should go around painting all the houses pink and purple and lime green :lol: Sure the weather will be crap but I don't think the country will be as gloomy as it is now.
not everywhere in the UK is like that though. where i live is lovely. and i can assure you, the weather is plenty grey up here! :rain: :lol:

veryborednow
Nov 12th, 2004, 01:00 PM
I think we should go around painting all the houses pink and purple and lime green
My local is yellow and lime green. It's not pretty.

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 01:01 PM
My local is yellow and lime green. It's not pretty.:lol: But they should have painted it pink :hearts:

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 01:13 PM
Dre'- love, love London:hearts: But I can do without all that rain, really, i would go mad trying to plan my outfits:D I've travelled to many a city and I work and lived in one of the biggest but I have to say London is tops for me- i just liked the energy and the fact that it was so green ( i guess the rain is good for somefink- i also love how you guys say that-hahahha). Next time to UK I have to get to the countryside, i can just imagine:) And yes, the food is bland, nothing to write home about unless you are eating ethnic food. Oh, yeah, the Pimms was good:)Awww - but I missed you when you were here! :sad:
It's funny b/c I don't mind the rain at all. I love rain. It's just that when it rains it's usually grey too :lol:
Never tried Pimms - that's a posh cordial drink isn't it?
I guess a positive thing here is that there a plenty of opportunities for people. All my relatives are second generation immigrants and have done really well for themselves. But still it's grey.
BTW whereabouts in London were you? It isn't green where I live at all.

DevilishAttitude
Nov 12th, 2004, 03:09 PM
Fish & Chips :hearts: :lick: :drool:
99's :lick:
TV :worship:

roarke
Nov 12th, 2004, 03:43 PM
OUt: You don't paint a pretty picture of London at all. I have tons of relatives there they make it sound like it is better than living in the US. I almost want to move there when they talk about life there.....

skanky~skanketta
Nov 12th, 2004, 03:44 PM
trafalgar square
madame tussauds
shopping


EASTENDERS!

KV
Nov 12th, 2004, 03:48 PM
The sports commentators
History of British music

Sugiyama=#1
Nov 12th, 2004, 03:51 PM
Those gay accents....lol...j/k:).
I think UK is great, maybe it's expensive to live there, but London does have a lot of history in the town. And there are so many castles too, not to mention all those Royalties:).

alfajeffster
Nov 12th, 2004, 03:56 PM
I guess I like the tv. But this country is too grey for me. Stupid parents should have opted for Australia :rolleyes:
I like the fact that you can get on a train out of Waterloo Station and be in Paris in 2-1/2 hours!:lol:

Martian Willow
Nov 12th, 2004, 03:57 PM
We're the bestest.

propi
Nov 12th, 2004, 04:12 PM
Edinburgh :hearts: :hearts: :hearts:

Dirty Sanchez
Nov 12th, 2004, 04:15 PM
Yes to both of those (esp. the football).
I assume you're a Newcastle fan Dirty Sanchez?
Yeah I am!! :worship: :bounce: :yeah: Who do you support Cassius? :)

MisterQ
Nov 12th, 2004, 04:24 PM
I like the British sense of humor. :worship:

I like Shepherds Pie and Fish and Chips and all that hearty fare.

There are so many awesome British bands! :rocker2:

The classical music scene in London is top-notch and extensive. I love that the Proms are such a big event. There is a lot of contemporary music, a sign of a healthy and adventurous musical environment.

And let's not forget the British writers.

I like the BBC for the most part.

Also, some areas, especially in Scotland, are absolutely beautiful. One of the few areas which seems perfect in rainy weather. :umbrella:

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 10:47 PM
OUt: You don't paint a pretty picture of London at all. I have tons of relatives there they make it sound like it is better than living in the US. I almost want to move there when they talk about life there.....I actually do like London in the summertime, very exciting place to live, just very grey and the people looked pissed off all of the time. I've also lived, worked and studied in the US and I prefer the UK, especialliy in relation to racial politics here. However, it's just so grey and depressing in Britain (broken record :o ) as others have said. All of my relatives in Jamaica study in the US though, but don't really socialise with Americans as thier main priority is their studies (different subject I guess). My parents are approaching reitrement age and they are both leaving Britain - my mum is going back to her naitve Ireland and mu dad to Jamaica :lol:
I still wish they had emigrated to Australia all of those years ago :rolleyes: :sad:

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 10:48 PM
I like the fact that you can get on a train out of Waterloo Station and be in Paris in 2-1/2 hours!:lol::eek: I cannot stand France! Give me the UK any day :p

Shenanigans
Nov 12th, 2004, 10:52 PM
:eek: I cannot stand France! Give me the UK any day :p

There is 500,000 Brits who live in France and counting, maybe they see something you don't. ;)

©@®eLess
Nov 12th, 2004, 10:53 PM
Myfather lives in London. I love everything but weather. If it onlyhad a weather like in Belgrade i would go there to live.
I love Embankment, Tate Modern, Covent Garden, Angel, Cornwall, Kent...

Shenanigans
Nov 12th, 2004, 10:54 PM
I do love the TV, english breakfasts, brown sauce and the humour.

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 10:56 PM
There is 500,000 Brits who live in France and counting, maybe they see something you don't. ;)Yep they absolutely do.

CondiLicious
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:03 PM
I love yorkshire puddings. I get cravings for them :hearts:

flyingmachine
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:07 PM
There is 500,000 Brits who live in France and counting, maybe they see something you don't. ;)
:eek: That's a lot. Don't realised there are so much Bris are living in France. Well one of my friend's mum live in France so it's not that surprising afterall.
Anyway a part from the language (I used to good at it but now I'm almost forgot all of that. :rolleyes: ) France is a good place overall.

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:08 PM
I love yorkshire puddings. I get cravings for them :hearts:Me too :drool:

I don't like the Aunt Bessies pre-made one though. Home made is always best.

Gerri
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:12 PM
The shops, the theatre, the countryside, cream teas :lick: , the humour, museums and galleries, vegetarian labelled food, the diversity, music, beaches in Cornwall, fish and chips :lick: , the beautiful country villages, the BBC, black cabs, red buses....I couldn't imagine living any where else.

Emola
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:15 PM
I love London too :hearts: And I love Liverpool FC :hearts: although we're somewhat more Spanish than English it seems :p and Anfield. I love that place. I like the British sense of humour....or what its perceived as anyway, dry and witty. The accents! Some of them anyway. I think thats about it lol

flyingmachine
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:17 PM
The best things about U.K.
English breakfasts :drool: :drool: :drool: :lick: The best in the world.
The Humour ;)
British Summer :cool: Not too hot just right.
Mini (I know is own by BMW now. :o But the best British car EVER. :hearts: )
The Great British Countyside
Peak Distruct - That's near where I live. However Scotland is the best parts in terms of the countryside. :drool: :hearts: :hearts: :hearts: :hearts:
Nothern people especially people from Northern England are the most friendly people on earth. :kiss: :hug:
Football :devil:

Emola
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:22 PM
The Peak District!! Ahhhh, that reminds me of my college trip last year. That was so much fun :) I wish I could re-live it.

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:23 PM
Nothern people especially people from Northern England are the most friendly people on earth. :kiss: :hug:
Yes London/Uk in the summer is great.

But Northern people? I hope I am not digging my own grave here, but I associate the North of England with a lot of racism and Islamaphobia :o A generalisation I know but I am nevertheless too afraid to venture up to Bradford, for example.

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:24 PM
The Peak District!! Ahhhh, that reminds me of my college trip last year. That was so much fun :) I wish I could re-live it.I wanna go there! :D

Emola
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:29 PM
I wanna go there! :D
We had so much fun but it was tiring! We walked 14 miles up and down the peaks in the one day. We did walking, rock climbing, team building tasks and it was really good. We all stayed in a small cottage with dorms and we cooked our own food, and drank wine after dinner and stayed up talking all night :) It was a really nice place though.

I've been to Bradford a few times and its not so bad I dont think. Im from the North West of England ;)

Bacardi
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:35 PM
Lucy and Abby live there :hug: :)

Seles_Beckham
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:37 PM
http://img74.exs.cx/img74/6981/Oct31h.jpg

http://img70.exs.cx/img70/4162/RR32.jpg

Shenanigans
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:38 PM
http://img74.exs.cx/img74/6981/Oct31h.jpg

http://img70.exs.cx/img70/4162/RR32.jpg

That's a reason to leave the UK. J/K :)

flyingmachine
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:38 PM
Yes London/Uk in the summer is great.

But Northern people? I hope I am not digging my own grave here, but I associate the North of England with a lot of racism and Islamaphobia :o A generalisation I know but I am nevertheless too afraid to venture up to Bradford, for example.
I know there are people in the north who are racist and Islamaphobic but is just like anywhere in U.K./ Europe. However they are very friendly people especially after you know them. I used to study in the North and they are truly great people overall.

Martian Willow
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:39 PM
Me too :drool:

I don't like the Aunt Bessies pre-made one though. Home made is always best.

The advantage of making your own is that you always know the battery in your smoke alarm isn't flat. :)

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:43 PM
We had so much fun but it was tiring! We walked 14 miles up and down the peaks in the one day. We did walking, rock climbing, team building tasks and it was really good. We all stayed in a small cottage with dorms and we cooked our own food, and drank wine after dinner and stayed up talking all night :) It was a really nice place though.

I've been to Bradford a few times and its not so bad I dont think. Im from the North West of England ;)Oh cool. Sounds amazing. Maybe Bradford has changed then, b/c from what I know it was BNP territory in the more deprived areas. Or was this something overblown by the media at the time?

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:46 PM
The advantage of making your own is that you always know the battery in your smoke alarm isn't flat. :):lol: Absoutely.

Emola
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:46 PM
Oh cool. Sounds amazing. Maybe Bradford has changed then, b/c from what I know it was BNP territory in the more deprived areas. Or was this something overblown by the media at the time?
It was. I wouldn't have wished for better people to be there, (ok, maybe one :p) because the people who I went with really made the trip.

Well, maybe in the deprived areas it might still be like that. I just didn't find it that bad, that's all.

Emola
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:48 PM
I know there are people in the north who are racist and Islamaphobic but is just like anywhere in U.K./ Europe. However they are very friendly people especially after you know them. I used to study in the North and they are truly great people overall.
As a North Westerner, Im going to count myself in your compliment :lol: ;) Whereabouts did you study?

OUT!
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:48 PM
I know there are people in the north who are racist and Islamaphobic but is just like anywhere in U.K./ Europe. However they are very friendly people especially after you know them. I used to study in the North and they are truly great people overall.Yeah I am sure this was exaggerated in media reports at the time. That said, BNP council seats in local elections are higher in the North, but hey, I don't want to turn this into a race thread.

beauty_is_pink
Nov 12th, 2004, 11:59 PM
your accents :hearts: :drool:

Sam L
Nov 13th, 2004, 12:21 AM
Universities, history, the accents and how it's one of the greenest countries in the world right now (through its environmental awareness and policies) especially from its leaders like the Queen and Blair.

Sam L
Nov 13th, 2004, 12:22 AM
Oh and sexy men like Christian Bale and Jason Statham. :drool:

beauty_is_pink
Nov 13th, 2004, 01:46 AM
Oh and sexy men like Christian Bale and Jason Statham. :drool:ahem and Chris Martin, David Beckham, Orlando Bloom, Jude Law (he's a brit right?)

:lick:

*hingis_forever*
Nov 13th, 2004, 01:56 AM
Birmingham
Weather (the rainy weather makes it seem mysterious and eerie, which I like)
History
FOOOOOOOOOODDDDDDD
EVERYTHING!!
I love England! I'm couldn't be from a better country!

The only annoying thing is that some of the people there are to negative toward their own country and say that they'd rather be anywhere else! They always want to be somewhere sunny. Well, the sun is overrated anyway! It just causes heat exhaustion and drought! :p

Halardfan
Nov 13th, 2004, 06:58 AM
Ill just get one or two neagtive British things out of the way first, so I can feel comfortable in boasting about Britain later...which is in itself is quite British! ;)

I dearly wish we were more Pro-European in Britian, I think its tragic that many Brits cling to age-old prejudices about certain of our neigbours...though of course some of our neigbours have similar perceptions of us...

The last thing GW and the ultra-conservatives want is more united Europe, which should tell you a more united Europe would be a very good thing!

Anyway, to the good stuff...

The BBC
Manchester City FC
Nice countryside amid the urban landscape
Peter Kay's stand-up
Affection for the underdog
I like rain!
Sense of fairplay
Great history of Pop music
Charles Dickens, the Bronte's and the rest...

bis2806
Nov 13th, 2004, 08:49 AM
Bad Things I heard about the UK:
- The more north you go, the more "fucked up" and conservative people's views become.
- Speaking American and saying "Man-chester" would be regarded as an insult, and my friend claims that you'd prolly be beaten up pronouncing it wrongly.

Bad Things I feel about the UK:
- The Egg's benedict (I think it's english) is disgusting, i just don't like it! :p
- Their sense of humour is not as great as the americans, it's dry as was previously said by someone else.
- They tend to hide their feelings and are not as open as, say the americans (sorry to use americans as a basis of comparison once again!)

jelena4me
Nov 13th, 2004, 09:23 AM
- Pubs

- The sense of humour (best of all english speaking countries by far in my experience, certainly if you include Ireland!)

- The easily accessible countryside

- ease of getting to rest of europe

- secular approach

DevilishAttitude
Nov 13th, 2004, 09:53 AM
Yes London/Uk in the summer is great.

But Northern people? I hope I am not digging my own grave here, but I associate the North of England with a lot of racism and Islamaphobia :o A generalisation I know but I am nevertheless too afraid to venture up to Bradford, for example.

Why do Northern English people get more flak than Southern English people
Is it because were not posh :rolleyes:
Im sure that happens in the south as well though

The only thing I don't like about Britain is the royals they are out-dated and don't seem to have any sort of feelings :o

Oh and bis2086 don't come back in this thread since you clearly hate Britain :o Thanks :)

veryborednow
Nov 13th, 2004, 10:40 AM
Birmingham
*s*******

Emola
Nov 13th, 2004, 11:05 AM
I love dry humour! Its the best ;)

OUT!
Nov 13th, 2004, 11:08 AM
Why do Northern English people get more flak than Southern English people
Is it because were not posh :rolleyes: No they only get flak from me for the reasons outlined. I said it was a generalisation anyway, chill out.

Ting
Nov 13th, 2004, 11:08 AM
Accents that's it:p

DevilishAttitude
Nov 13th, 2004, 11:22 AM
No they only get flak from me for the reasons outlined. I said it was a generalisation anyway, chill out.

I didn't mean just you :p Northerners aren't popular anyway :sad:

OUT!
Nov 13th, 2004, 11:26 AM
I didn't mean just you :p Northerners aren't popular anyway :sad:Well I love Manchester and that's an economically and culturally vibrant city. But I personally wouldn't like to live up North no. :)

Avid Merrion
Nov 13th, 2004, 11:43 AM
Bad Things I heard about the UK:
- The more north you go, the more "fucked up" and conservative people's views become.
- Speaking American and saying "Man-chester" would be regarded as an insult, and my friend claims that you'd prolly be beaten up pronouncing it wrongly.

Bad Things I feel about the UK:
- The Egg's benedict (I think it's english) is disgusting, i just don't like it! :p
- Their sense of humour is not as great as the americans, it's dry as was previously said by someone else.
- They tend to hide their feelings and are not as open as, say the americans (sorry to use americans as a basis of comparison once again!)
:rolleyes: great sweeping generalisations there

note the title of the thread - what do you guys like about the UK :p

fifiricci
Nov 13th, 2004, 11:55 AM
The advantage of making your own is that you always know the battery in your smoke alarm isn't flat. :)
:lol: Home made giant yorkshire puds filled with Delia's roast potatoes covered with lashings of home made gravy! :drool:

Flappie
Nov 13th, 2004, 12:50 PM
I really hate those meat-pie-things... :vomit:
And really dislike the wet weather

What do I like?...SKY TV!! :D
I like all the accents as well, even tho I cant understand half of them :(

flyingmachine
Nov 13th, 2004, 12:55 PM
As a North Westerner, Im going to count myself in your compliment :lol: ;) Whereabouts did you study?
Sheffield however, I also meet people from the north west and the north east they are also very nice too.

snoop
Nov 13th, 2004, 01:24 PM
football :clap2: :clap2:
Leeds United :woohoo:

London :hearts:

accents

humour :confused: :p

Gerri
Nov 13th, 2004, 02:23 PM
I forgot Cadbury's :lick: I love cadbury chocolate :drool:

The buildings and history too. I love that people talk about the weather incessently, even though we hardly ever get extreme weather.

Tompier
Nov 13th, 2004, 02:55 PM
I`ve been living here for like 4 months now and i love it.
The people here in Yorkshire are very friendly, only Polish fuckers get on my nerves :mad:

Food ? hmm let me see ...no it`s not the best food in the world but it`s ok :p
York - the city I love :hearts:
Climbing on one of the towers of YorkMinster

Last weekend`s fireworks
Not expensive phone calls to Poland
People that I work with
People that I meet on the streets
Shopping during weekends
Weather (I find it very mysterious just like wtafan_7)

OUT!
Nov 13th, 2004, 03:02 PM
Shall I be controversial and say HM the Queen? :p

I think our food here is nice. British food is better than pony sausage any day.

Oizo
Nov 13th, 2004, 03:29 PM
The Flag (I have it on my ceiling)

London :hearts:

The accents :drool:

The red phone-cabins :D

and last but not least ;) look at my location :angel:

Emola
Nov 13th, 2004, 03:31 PM
oh yes, Cadbury's chocolate! :drool: :lick:

King Aaron
Nov 13th, 2004, 03:40 PM
I like the UK because my sister is there now and for the next two years will be there. That's all. :D

nitocris_tiger
Nov 15th, 2004, 02:02 AM
The Championships
Wolves FC
My friends that I met while I was in Shrewsbury

St.Sebastian
Dec 9th, 2004, 04:38 PM
What I like about UK, hmmmmm:

- Newcastle metro ;)
- Easy Jet :p
- wages :yeah:
- cheap second-hand cars
- that nobody gives a shit about the weather and even if it's freezing they wear mini skirts and t-shirts
- Jonathan Ross ;) & Terry Wogan
- Carole from "Countdown" :hearts:
- silly gossips in the press :p

propi
Dec 9th, 2004, 04:43 PM
I loved Graham Norton show when I was there, I don't know if it exits now though :o
His interviews were great, and the old woman (Betty???) was fantastic as well :D

Sean
Dec 9th, 2004, 05:50 PM
food is good
football is good
clubs are good
humor is good

Richie77
Dec 9th, 2004, 06:44 PM
The sexy accents of UK men :hearts:

And the TV shows: "Are You Being Served?," "As Time Goes By," and "Keeping Up Appearances"

"The boo-KAAAAAAAAAY residence, the lady of the house speaking!" :lol:

Bероника
Dec 9th, 2004, 06:56 PM
Never been there,but I can't wait to go.

I can say I love british cinema :hearts:

sarza
Dec 9th, 2004, 07:22 PM
I like all the accents as well, even tho I cant understand half of them :(

Dont worry i was born and bred here, and i still cant understand half of the accents :lol:

SK Fluffy
Dec 9th, 2004, 08:07 PM
Edinburgh :hearts: :hearts: :hearts:

:yeah:

CondiLicious
Dec 10th, 2004, 09:23 PM
"Keeping Up Appearances"

"The boo-KAAAAAAAAAY residence, the lady of the house speaking!" :lol:
"It's my sister Violet. You know, the one with the big house and garden - room for a pony."

pixy75
Dec 11th, 2004, 03:49 PM
The sexy accents of UK men :hearts:

I love Brit girl's cheeky accent:kiss:

OUT!
Dec 11th, 2004, 09:06 PM
Steve from the X Factor :hearts:

Plaything
Dec 11th, 2004, 09:08 PM
Hopefully the BNP will be victorious in many constituencies, and sort the whole immigration policy out, once and for all.

SK Fluffy
Dec 11th, 2004, 09:58 PM
Tv

GermanBoy
Dec 11th, 2004, 10:03 PM
the bit up the top called Scotland. the UK would suck without it ;)
Mario, I like brown cord suits... :angel:

Gallofa
Dec 11th, 2004, 10:39 PM
I lived in the UK for almost 3 years, and I will probably go back next year for another year, and I have to say that what I liked most about it was the people. I lived in the north of England (Lancanshire) and the people there are kind, polite, respectful and mind their own business. I relate to that. I felt very confortable around English people, they are somewhat reserved, but they make life very easy for everyone.

Yonge
Dec 11th, 2004, 10:40 PM
Great things about the UK:

-Wimbledon of course :)
-My relatives
-Speakers' Corner in London

.....oh and the comedy shows.

Mr_Molik
Dec 12th, 2004, 02:42 AM
eastenders
keeping up appearances, mr bean, the vicar of dibley
love actually, 4 weddings and a funeral
franz ferdinand, coldplay, travis, the streets
ben eltons books (hes english right?)
the accents
wimbledon!
one of my best friends is english
beating u at cricket :D and basically evry other sport

OUT!
Dec 12th, 2004, 06:34 AM
Hopefully the BNP will be victorious in many constituencies, and sort the whole immigration policy out, once and for all.I like the fact that there are high profile organisations that combat racists like you, such as the Anti-Nazi League :rolleyes:

Hayato
Dec 12th, 2004, 06:35 AM
The Bill!

(and because i was born there and love the lake district ;) )

Ting
Dec 12th, 2004, 06:38 AM
Oxford and Cambridge:hearts:
Bath:hearts:
Liverpool FC:hearts:

flyingmachine
Dec 12th, 2004, 01:02 PM
Hopefully the BNP will be victorious in many constituencies, and sort the whole immigration policy out, once and for all.
:rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :fiery:

matthias
Dec 12th, 2004, 01:12 PM
cornwall - one day i will go to cornwall

gentenaire
Dec 12th, 2004, 03:49 PM
Colin Firth
great sense of humour
Jane Austen
Lovely countryside (peak district is very beautiful) and lovely towns
BBC
Generally pretty nice people
accent

Kart
Dec 12th, 2004, 05:59 PM
Hopefully the BNP will be victorious in many constituencies, and sort the whole immigration policy out, once and for all.
Who the hell are you ? :shrug: