For all those who pretend to be British or wish they were. And for British people who like to be appreciated for their Britishness.
Location: Not The UK lol
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So I have a friend who wanted to let everyone know about a nerdfighter gathering but didn't feel comfortable joining the group just to post this, so I'm posting it for her.
hi all, in case any of you happen to be in London in abuot a months' time, some Nerdfighters are organising a meetup. it's being organised on Facebook, but the main details are:- where? British Museum, Great (under the ), details of exactly where will follow- when? Friday 6th December, 6.30pm (the museum is open until 8.30pm on Friday evenings)- what? bring food (to share)! it'll be dinner time. doesn't matter if it's home made, from the Itsu around the corner discounting their ready-made foods in the evening or a ton of chips- who? everyone is welcome. heck, if you see a homeless person on the way, invite them along!- why? fellow Nerdfighters, generally awesome people and make some new friends
Every since I watched the Harry Potter films and watching more British television, I am sounding British.
This is amazing!I get mistaken for British a lot at school, but I actually quite like it! This is good :)
Britain television is sooo much better than american tv. I just started watching Skins and it's great. I'm addicted. It's nice to see that there isn't just the bbc for good television. Unfortunately none of my friends watch it and if i ever mentioned it in public and my parents found out and watch an episode they would freak out. Why must us Americans be so prude?
haha this group is great! I feel sorry for you all wanting to but not being British. If I could supply you all VISAs I would :)
This is a funny forum, coming from a chick who was born in the U.K. and was raised in Massachusetts.
That awkward moment when you spell colour with a 'u' and your teacher circles it, and you're all like 'Um, what's wrong with this word?'. Then they stare at you with that dumbstruck expression, and you just stare right back.
Eventhough English isn't my first language, I am fond of speaking it. Then I use my fake accent and BAM instant British lad.
I'm a fake-UKer. I always tell people I was just born in the wrong country. I call it Nationality Identity Disorder My mum and teachers always used to "correct" me all the time for saying/spelling things "wrong" even though they're all perfectly correct in England. When shopping I find myself saying pounds instead of dollars, and laughing at people shopping for "pants". My sleep cycle is even set on UK time. The first time I met my best friend I convinced her I was from London, and I even managed to keep it up for two or three weeks until I finally cracked and told her the truth. xD
Last week I was watching BBC and drinking tea, and I just stopped for a minute and thought "I wonder if there are other people like me?!" Blimey, there are other wannabe Brits out there!
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