What’s the British isles like?

Was playing some vidya set in London and while I know London’s not the best to goto I was wondering… what’s the rest of the British isles like?

  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    London is definitely not worth visiting, as it's basically just like any other city in the Western World, aside from some cool historic landmarks like Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Piccadilly Circus, etc.

    The Lakeland district (Cumbria) is really nice in the summertime, but it's off the beaten path for sure.

    I went there to explore the remnants of two very old pipe tobacco companies, Gawith & Hoggarth and Samuel Gawith, as well as to buy as much of their good pipe tobacco as I could, as it's very hard to get here in the states nowadays.

    Aside from my tobacco hunting, I found the town of Kendall in Cumbria to be an idyllic small town type experience. It truly looks like something out of a story book.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Piccadilly Circus?

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I found the town of Kendall in Cumbria to be an idyllic small town type experience
      bro wtf kendalls a shithole

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Thinks London is not worth visiting
      >Thinks Kendal is idyllic
      You have very shit taste.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        I can’t speak for Kendal but you have to be high to not see that london is at best a city for yuppies to launder money in and at worst a rat-infested rape-hole

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Lakeland district

      Retard

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Based pipe chad, mysmokingshop sells some good ones

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Lakeland district
      >Off the beaten path
      Fella it's one of the most popular destinations in the country, and relatively crowded in the summer (at least in terms of road access). There's a direct train from London in less than 3 hours.

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    if you go to london, go to millwall fc, great club to watch authentic english football at, just dont go if your ethnic

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      i’m half oriental but born and raised in the us would i be alright?

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Don't go to Scotland, it's a shithole. Definitely don't go there.

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    outside of angelsey, winchester, and cheshire it's pretty horrific. don't bother. definitely don't go to London or Scotland

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Its a mix of post industrial shitholes and comfy small towns and beautiful villages. The big cities other than London basically only came about because of the industrial revolution so actually have very little history and dont have much to offer so you want to look for small cities and towns if you do want to visit eg: York, Canterbury, Oxford, Cambridge are all lovely places which reflect the good aspects of our country very well.

    Honestly though this country is probably one of the most unique countries in the world both in how beautiful it is but also how utterly grim it is too

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Honestly though this country is probably one of the most unique countries in the world both in how beautiful it is but also how utterly grim it is too

      Every single developed country is like this, you just don't see it because you're a foreigner and understandably don't visit the shit bits.

      The thing that does slightly set Britain apart is that we expect even our poorest to live in a house, which means that more of our landmass is taken up with lower-class housing. Countries like Germany where flats are more common can house their poor and immigrant populations in relatively small, geographically isolated ghettos without an outsider needing to really see it.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        he thing that does slightly set Britain apart is that we expect even our poorest to live in a house, which means that more of our landmass is taken up with lower-class housing.

        WTF are you actually talking about? I am a teacher and my cousin is an accountant and we can't afford to even RENT. The problem isn't 'the lower class' it's a city the size of liverpool coming here every year and NIMBYs who love diversity when its very far away from them.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          I don't disagree with your post, anon. When I said "the problem", I was not referring to the the problem with house/home prices, but the "problem" of Britain being uniquely divided between beauty and grimness, which was the assertion of the previous poster. My point was that you see a lot more of the grimness in Britain because our cities are more spread out with houses, in Germany they have a few compact districts filled with high-rise flats that the average foreigner never has to see if he is just passing through as a tourist.

          Just to clarify further, I actually do think that houses are mostly better than flats for people to live in, and that Britain has the right approach provided we can lower prices. NIMBYs and migrants are not unimportant in achieving that goal, but the main thing IMHO is banks. Prices are being artificially propped up through obscene amounts of credit, and that's having a knock-on effect on rental prices.

          Hope you can find somewhere to live soon

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Pretty much. There is not anything culturally interesting outside of London in terms of cities other than Edinburgh if you care, Brighton and… thats it.

      You will be going for London and the villages around, or nature in the north/whales. Over all not interesting compared to Europe. Tue cotswolds offers most of that typical small village experience all in one place near london. I’d say its worth just going to london, Cotswolds, then maybe bath and back to london and you wont be missing much. You could go to Brighton/dover too.

      When we start talking nature i just feel its not fucking worth it with Europe so close and cheaply accessible.

      Random point: i live in Japan and Japanese people of a certain age all go to liverpool. They tell me this, obviously because the beatles. I just feel sorry and weep. What a depressing shitty place to go all the way from Japan for. What the fuck.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        People go all the way to.Japan to buy anime shit or to Thailand to fuck ugly crossdressing men, why is this so surprising to you? Travel is pretty shallow most of the time

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t like like going abroad so I usually go to Cornwall every year. St Ives, Newquay, Padstow, Truro etc are lovely places and it’s a small place so you can visit almost everything in a week but I usually stick to 2 since I hate being on the road 24/7. It’s got some good surfing beaches too and it’s fairly warm in the summer. And you’ve got all the historical sites, moors and landscapes. And it’s still almost completely white which is always a bonus.
    t. knower

  7. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I recommend visiting Luton, Bradford, Stevenage, Rochdale and Hartlepool

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Second this. Add Dudley to the list if you have time.

  8. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Britain is both overrated and underrated for wrong reasons.
    Wales is very underrated in general, only the Brits seem to give a shit about Wales. I was the only foreigner there during my whole stay in Wales. I stayed in St Davids and Northern Snowdonia.

    London is definitely quite different from other European capitals. Felt much bigger and active, it’s probably the liveliest European capital I have experienced.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yah. I’ll add from above wales is nice but it really has no draw internationally because anyone who can go to wales will also just go to norway/sweden or iceland. They all do it better if im honest if you are into that kind of nature.

      Wales just isnt very exciting, even in terms of nature. Its the kind place you find cool and a little impressive if you discover its on your door step but wouldn’t travel on a plane for.

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    But seriously wtf is Piccadilly Circus?

  10. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Pretty much. There is not anything culturally interesting outside of London in terms of cities other than Edinburgh if you care, Brighton and… thats it.

    Are you fucking kidding me. My UK trip was the one that kept me the busiest because of all the cultural stuff on the road. There are castles absolutely everywhere, small local museums, ruins, churches…
    If anything, the UK is one of the countries that offer the most, culturally and historically.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Ok. Im from England so obviously will have a blind spot for random churches and homes.
      Its like Japan. When i moved here temples and shrines were interesting even the little random ones. but my GF finds them completely unnote worthy, naturally. Im almost there with them.

      Churches are compounded due to childhood experiences being stuck in them bored and wanting to escape, so i never would have imagined anyone finding them interesting but it makes sense seeing as they are often old as hell and i suppose not typical for most the world

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Forgot to mention I'm also gay and the churches judged me harahly for it

  11. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I want to coom inside of a Scouse girl. How easy are the girls in Liverpool if any White people still exist there.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >How easy are the girls in Liverpool if any White people still exist there.
      Yes, they’re generally pretty easy - as are most lasses in northern cities. Also Liverpool is actually one of the whiter large cities in England, still about 80-90% which is much higher than America’s whitest major city (Portland, OR)

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Liverpool is hands down the whitest city in the UK. Even immigrants tend to actually gel into local culture. Scouse girls are misleading because they're almost always overdressed. Great to visit but zero jobs.

  12. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dorset, Lake District, Cornwall, small Berkshire and Hampshire villages in the summer. Churches, Roman ruins, country pubs, Castles, don't go to any "civilisation" up north, dire depressing paki slums, or white trash council estates are all you'll find.

  13. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    A polack here, used to live in Petersfield in the south of England from 2014-2017. Did my A levels there but also worked with a tree surgeon and did pizza deliveries.

    South of England has beautiful countryside with lovely houses. Also, most of small towns still have quite a few things going on in them, like a gym/martial arts, some pubs, libraries etc so so even if you live in the countryside you are not cut off from any type of social interaction if you dont want to be cut off. And this is not the case in many other countries where if you come from a small town or a village next to a small time you have absolutely nothing to do but drinking. Like in eastern europe for example.

    Also people are very nice. I know that there is a lot of crime in bigger cities in UK and it is wise to be careful but in general people are very friendly and open, and again is is not like that in every country. UK is one of the places where if you knock on someones door in the middle of the day and ask for a glass of water they will certainly give it to you. Not much racism towards polish people at least, I even remember that the day after the Brexit vote I had a couple of people walk up to me in the martial arts gim that I used to train at and tell me that this place will be always my home and that I will be always welcomed here etc which was very nice.

    Like someone stated even the poorest people seem to be able to afford living in a house or a flat. When I did pizza deliveries I went to some proper council estates which looked pretty much shit and yet everyone seemed to be able to afford a car. Says something about the quality of live in the country.

    Downsides are: not that much history asides from a few places and if you are into historical stuff I would rather go to south Europe: much more to see, much better food, better weather.
    Big cities in UK seem to be very crowded and very expensive, only went to London like 2 times and I dont really think of ever going again.

  14. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    The british isles are terrible
    >everyone talks funny
    >food has no Hispanices, seasonings, flavors
    >everyone is obsessed with cucking to the blacks and Muslims
    >crime everywhere but they don't let you bring your gun
    >people try to fight you for wearing the wrong colors because they think you support a different soccer team
    >weather is bad
    >everyone has bad teeth, really distracting
    >in Scotland the men wear skirts, they are really into promoting trans shit apparently
    >in ireland they're all drunk and pissed off all the time
    >everything is expensive because they like paying taxes
    >all the women are chunky little piglets

    No desire to go back

    t.american

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Most of what you're saying is silly stereotypes and not true. The English find Americans to be totally charmless, which is probably the real reason you had a bad time. Nobody liked you lol

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        This is because the British have an undeserved sense of superiority

        >wooo we sailed on ships with funny hats 300 years ago really good yay

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          You are addressing the country of Shakespeare, Newton, Darwin, Turing, Orwell, Russell, Locke, Mill, Bentham, Hume, Turner, Keats, Auden, Shaw, Joyce, Churchill, Shackleton, Nelson, Wellington, Lennon, McCartney, the list just goes on and on and on. Please don't talk to me with your braindead, strip-mall energy.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            Lennon and McCartney were copying Americans... all of the Beatles moved to America

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              No one cares about your Beatles debate. This is travel board. Fuck off to /mu

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            I don't know who half of those people are lmao. You're addressing someone from the land of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, Gates, King, Roosevelt, Browning, Spielberg, Earnhardt, Brady, Zuckerberg, Patton, Hogan, Armstrong, Ali, Presley, Disney, Wayne, Hickock, Wright, and Rockefeller.

            Objectively the US is 10x better place to visit than the UK. The UK is basically just a cold island full of miserable people who have cucked so hard for their government and are a shell of their former selves. They get all their culture from americans, with the exception of food which they still refuse to imrpove on for some reason.

            I"m not even trying to be a troll or a dick England is awful. The Scottish Highlands might be worth visiting only because you could get black out drunk on scotch to bear the pain of having to sleep on that god forsaken piece of land.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Mill, Bentham, Hume, Turner, Keats, Auden, Shaw
            Literal Who's

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        The british isles are terrible
        >everyone talks funny
        >food has no Hispanices, seasonings, flavors
        >everyone is obsessed with cucking to the blacks and Muslims
        >crime everywhere but they don't let you bring your gun
        >people try to fight you for wearing the wrong colors because they think you support a different soccer team
        >weather is bad
        >everyone has bad teeth, really distracting
        >in Scotland the men wear skirts, they are really into promoting trans shit apparently
        >in ireland they're all drunk and pissed off all the time
        >everything is expensive because they like paying taxes
        >all the women are chunky little piglets

        No desire to go back

        t.american

        I'm British and I agree with the American, it's an absolute fucking shithole.

        Everything is insanely expensive, the dating dynamics are fucked beyond repair. 95% of people are fucking braindead, spending their entire paycheck on binge drinking and getting cheesy chips.

        Impossible to make friends or close connections because everyones got their head so into the rat race and the unspoken social queues are just fucking draining.

        Women are fucking hideous compared to the rest of Europe but have the self entitlement of being the most attractive.

        Every town is a clone of itself, few pubs, church, shopping centre. Copy and paste +/- being outnumbered by muslims.

        It's an absolute dive and I'm doing one more year of contracting before I buy a one way flight and never return. Embarrassing.

  15. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Very grim overall, but I had the pleasure of living in Oxford and Bath. Oxford is a great city to be in if you're young and have no plans to stay for long. Bath is very beautiful and you can meet a lot of people passing through.

    England, specifically South of England, is decent.

    Ireland, especially Dublin, is a complete shithole. It's like a shittier in UK in every single way.

    I was only in Wales once and that was in Cardiff; I mostly went to fuck my gf ass we were both working at a hostel at the time and needed a private room. So I combined it with a nice trip.

    I can't comment much on Scotland. The outdoors seem pretty, but overall their country seems like a boring place. I'd like to visit for some hiking in the future.

    Overall the food is very poor, there isn't a strong native cuisine like in most of Europe, people are kind of ugly unironically, and there's that annoying sense of everything being walled off, taped off and made boring for the sake of "security". Like there's cameras and fences everywhere. Ugliest housing in the first world, hands down some shantytowns look more appealing than the average British suburb.

    tl;dr mixed feelings, mostly hate the place, but have some nice memories

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Irish provinces ranked in general
      1. Connaught
      2. Munster
      >---Power Gap---
      3. Ulster
      >---Power Gap---
      4. Leinster

      Irish provinces ranked by scenic beauty
      1. Connaught
      2. Ulster
      3. Munster
      >---Power Gap---
      4. Leinster

      Leinster will always be contaminated by the absolute toxic waste side that is Dublin. It's a fucking shit hole that should be avoided at all costs, and I'm so sorry that you were convinced to come here. Connaught is fucking beautiful and wonderful in every way. Rugged and wild glacial valleys are commonplace in Mayo and Galway. Leitrim is sparsely populated and home to some lovely quaint towns and the always pleasant Carrick-on-Shannon. Galway has an abundance of cheap booze.

      Munster has the Ring of Kerry, which gives Connemara a run for its money, and County Clare in general, but Clare does have Shannon, which is just depressing. Plenty of breweries around in Cork and Tipperary, but cork city is inly a little behind Dublin in terms of shithole. Waterford is also quite quaint.

      Ulster is very underrated in terms of just how beautiful the landscape can be. Monaghan is just rolling green hills, Donegal is fucking wild and Northern Derry shares some similarities. Lots of good hiking in Ulster, not as good as Connaught, but deserves a shout. Belfast is alright, nicer than Dublin. Just don't mention anything about being a Catholic or a Protestant. Each crowd will be friendly with you.

      Leinster is the odd one out. Nothing really stands out. Wicklow and Wexford are nice, but everything almost else is commuter belt trash. For every Trim, you've got a Balbriggan, and for every SummerHill, you've got Rush. Just avoid. If you aren't robbed in the pubs, you'll be berrated in the streats by Junkies, Roma Gypsies, Nigerians, and Bangladeshi's. Dublin has been thoroughly """Enriched"""

      Go West. Do the "Wild Atlantic Way" and save yourself the hassle. Fly into Shannon, Cork, Knock, or Belfast. Dublin doesn't have a metro/train to the airport

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Ireland is pretty, it's just the Irish and anything that has anything to do with cities or people is pretty shit. I did parts of the Wild Atlantic way and I can recommend it. Not even far from Dublin there is Howth and Wicklow mountains... but then again it's too much of a shithole to live in. Not only you have crack heads smoking in broad daylight, you will also have to deal with rabid packs of chavs on daily basis. God forbid you smack some 13 year old shithead around, you'll be fucked by the Irish court system which practically allows these little shits to do whatever they please short of rape or murder (even then it's only a minor issue for these scum).

        I have never once felt any threat by any of the immigrants, it's the Irish public housing scum and pikeys that will fuck you over. Go ahead, go to city center and show me that 99/100 times the crakcheads and scum aren't Irish. Go in city center after 5PM and tell me all the shitheads vandalizing the place and doing petty crime aren't Irish shitheads.

        Muh immigrants don't apply, it's the only place in Europe I'd rather live in a refugee center than in working class neighbourhood like Crumlin, FInglas or Cabra, all "enriched" by local Irish youths and their good for nothing parents.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Fair. Feral would be a good descriptor.
          Glad to hear you had a good time out west though.

          Not to mention that Irish are somehow some of the laziest fuckers I have ever met. Nothing really works well in Ireland. Things sort of operate, but if you pay closer attention, half of what you see is broken, and 99% of the time it is because some lazy, retarded fucker is in charge. You lie as easily as you breathe, I can't count how many times in work I've heard "It'll be grand!" only for me to have to chase down some cunt to get them to do THE BARE MINIMUM after fucking up for times beyond any count. For every nice, solid person there's five fuckers that are straight out of an English nationalist page about every single bad thing about the Irish. Jesus Christ. I fully understand the pessimism that is so common amongst anyone who gives a shit and is half-intelligent when they're from your island.

          A lot of that comes from the attitude of how poorly run services should be fixed or made more efficient. "Just throw more money at it" Many services have become a black hole for money, and if you're within that environment, you don't need to do shit to get well paid.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not to mention that Irish are somehow some of the laziest fuckers I have ever met. Nothing really works well in Ireland. Things sort of operate, but if you pay closer attention, half of what you see is broken, and 99% of the time it is because some lazy, retarded fucker is in charge. You lie as easily as you breathe, I can't count how many times in work I've heard "It'll be grand!" only for me to have to chase down some cunt to get them to do THE BARE MINIMUM after fucking up for times beyond any count. For every nice, solid person there's five fuckers that are straight out of an English nationalist page about every single bad thing about the Irish. Jesus Christ. I fully understand the pessimism that is so common amongst anyone who gives a shit and is half-intelligent when they're from your island.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          You just had a poor personality and unlike in many countries people will do the bare minimum-nothing for you here if your not nice.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            Nah, I was fine in UK, Spain, Italy, France, not to mention countries I've only been in passing. Irish are bullshitters and very double faced (not saying everyone is, met some good people too). If anything you'll act nice, pretend to be friendly and then talk a bunch of rubbish when the back is turned.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              Again; you are weak of character so no one helped you in a meaningful way. We protect are culture by getting rid of assholes as fast possible. Sometimes that includes being surface friendly and telling you what you want to hear to get you to leave.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                I don't say this often, but this is some A-class cope.
                >protect your culture
                >don't even speak your own language
                ayy lmao

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Neither do you so I'm not sure I catch your drift.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Never thought I'd see a summerfag ITT.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Your grasping at straws.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Like I said before, this is some A-class cope, and I don't see them often. Imagine thinking that your shithole of a country is actually so to get rid of "assholes".

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                *you're
                If you can't spell correctly while in a UK thread, kys

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >kys

                But my life is rich and full.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Where's the highest concentration of redhead qts?

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Leinster is the odd one out. Nothing really stands out.
        This is just dumb or are you forgetting Leinster is 12 counties? I agree with avoiding Dublin and I'll add most major towns to that too.

  16. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    This is probably a dumb question but what is the mask situation around the UK? Specifically Edinburgh and London.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      bruh, there is literally zero restriction. I don’t see any mask anymore. Not even during gigs.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yup, apparently Download was lit and no maskies

  17. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'd like to visit historical landmarks, museums and historical remains. Plus Nottingham for the /tg/ businesses there.
    Been there once already, very pleasant people and the food was quite good.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Just go to posh towns, like Bath.

  18. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Be sure to visit Sark. Little domain that doesn't have cars, only horse carriages.

  19. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    the weather memes don't apply to the south coast

  20. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Depends. Having commuted into London for 6 years+ I can say it's not a place I'd like to live. Having said that, it does have decent transport links, lots to see and do, great food and bars etc.

    Outside, for me, is more interesting. There are vast areas of beautiful countryside, seasides, culture and good vibes. Don't get me wrong, some parts are dying due to globalisation and the erosion of British culture, but we still retain some uniqueness.

    Just avoid Blackburn, Bolton, Bradford, Rotherham...anywhere filled with Pakis and rapey muslims.

  21. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you want to contrast two different areas, look into Windsor and Whitchurch

  22. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    The villages are like being transported back to the 18th century for the most part. They are still very well preserved and plenty still have pubs dating back to the medieval ages.
    As for cities, it's a mix of industrial shitholes like Glasgow and Manchester and well-preserved medieval cities like York and Edinburgh (an honourable mention to Norwich as well). London probably falls in-between with medieval, Victorian and modern architecture bundled up together.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I should add that the English countryside is mostly flat green pastures with some small forests here and there. You can spot horses, cows and sheep freely roaming through it sometimes, not much different than other countrysides like in Northern France. The Scottish countryside resembles more the Alps in the Highlands (not sure about the Lowlands) with its own aesthetic: greyed brick cottages, stone walls separating the road from the fields, Highland cows and llamas pasturing, large mountains and lakes in the distance, etc. Take a bus from Edinburgh to Eviemore or vice-versa and you should see for yourself, well worth it

  23. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    What's A-Class Cope is going to a country famous for it's hospitality and friendliness and then blaming the people there when they are not nice to you. You are absolutely 90's Action Flick Plot, Weapons Grade, Enriched Copium.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      When did I say people weren't nice to me? Besides feral youths which are not even nice to other Irish? The issue I have with Irish is that they are lazy, double faced and dishonest. Much could be said about lack of punctuality. As a tourist you will never have problems with this, but try living there. Plus all the issues you skimmed over, like police force being nonexistent and not having any interested in keeping streets decently safe. England does literally everything Ireland does much better. Even simple things like banking, etc. Imagine having to use fucking AIB when you could have banks like Monzo, etc. There's so much wrong with Ireland. Most of the things as far as nature goes are also present in Scotland or Iceland, except there you get actual wilderness. Pubs are boring once you realize that's all there is to do.

  24. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    The UK is a dilapidated, steaming pile of shit, or at least 99% of it is. Arguably the ugliest architecture and housing in the developed world. Honestly probably the least educated and scummiest people in the first world (and definitely in the Anglosphere). Horrid culture and we probably have the worst immigrants in the world too.

    I’m convinced that a huge portion of this country is barely literate. I can’t count the number of people I’ve met that can’t even spell basic words or use basic punctuation and grammar. Ask anyone in the UK with a bit of sense about them and they’ll tell you this is the truth.

    The only thing Britain really has to it’s name is history and culture.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >it's
      Come on mate

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Thy post is bait. Doth kys

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        It’s not bait mate. Go to any of the smaller cities in the West Midlands, North West/East etc. You’ll meet more than a plenty of folks that can’t understand basic words that are bigger than a few syllables, let alone spell them.

        Remember how many Brits thought that Brexit meant we were “leaving Europe” and that we’d “no longer be a part of Eurovision”. Two quotes I heard possibly more than a hundred times in combination.

        Even into my twenties, there are plenty of people that I know who don’t understand the difference between the Tories and Labour. I just the other day had to explain to someone what Irony meant.

        Most of Britain is a flat, grey, concrete shithole, with stacked council flats, cheaply built brutalist buildings, a poor and uneducated population, topped off with shitty weather and little going on. That’s the bottom line.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Wonder where did it all start?

  25. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Visit derbyshire
    Yorkshire moors
    Edinburgh
    Lake District
    Western isles Scotland

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