Whats it like to be British? An understanding of subtle irony in comedy is very important as is a self depreciating sense of humour. Hating the French and most other Europeans would be an advantage but viewing the former colonys as "naughty children" when they start wars or international feuds etc. Manners and a sense of fair play are also very important. I personally do have bad teeth and see no real malice in americans making jokes about the british teeth (its just a joke!!)
Oh and on a final note we gave the French mad cow disease LOL!!!
"Yes you did bail us out in 1945 but we gave you our splendid language"
"British people best in the world, old chap"
Euphamism for having a shit, can be used in front of vicars etc.
"Im just nipping upstairs to unpack"
Attempt at walking or dancing when very very drunk
"Look out here comes George Best, and hes doing the lager shuffle"
A heavy, usually 4 pound lump hammer
"Pass me the Newcastle screwdriver so i can smash a hole in the wall"
A very ropey looking woman in mid 50s wearing clothes her teenage grandaughter would think was a little "risque"
"Jesus! look at that old slapper, kebab dressed as mutton"
Wrote on medical notes and stands for, Dont fucking know dont fucking care
"Nurse please Doctor Smith that i have seen his patient and im afraid its D.F.K.D.F.C."
A busy day at work, equal to the amount of effort the typical french worker manages to muster up in 5 days at work
"Phew ive been busy all day, ive put a french week in today"