Random england person: I'm buzzing for you.
Random england person: I'm buzzing for you.
london is overated and so is kent!!!
and you cant even get froot loops over here without payin £8 a box...£8!!!
average people kent 'f**k off!!! *lobs bottle* *rat scurries past*'
tits the capital so it must be good...WRONG!!!...its full of tramps, tourists and peogins...
and like everywhere else the population largley consists of relatively open minded friendly enough people trying to carry on with their lives and enjoy themselves, but gets let down by some narrowminded bastards i.e chavs who thankfully are seen by the majority for what they are i.e scum of the earth.
. english people drink ludicrous amounts of tea, which is fine as it can help (slightly) prevent various cancers forming
.the only english people who drink warm beer are alcoholics who go to "real ale festivals".
.english did indeed invent a lot of sports, and it's perfectly true that english teams rarely win, this is generally not due to crapness, but more to do with the modern english nation not caring too much about winning,we view taking part and enjoyement being what counts, this viewpoint is translated in the national teams performances.
.english people are slightly racist towards french people and vice versa, this is merely a neighbourly thing, ...
Other sports invented by England include; bobsleighing (believe it or not!), badminton, bowls, canoeing, snooker, croquet, curling, rowing, skiing (amazingly), squash, table tennis, yachting, weight lifting, archery and horse racing.
Perhaps the only three main games played on a global scale that are missing from the list are chess (accredited to India), hockey/ice hockey (Ireland) and Poker...not invented by Americans, but by the French.
At time of writing, England is home to the most prestigious tennis tournament(Wimbledon), the second best test cricket team in the world, the Rugby Union World Cup winners, one of the favourites for Germany 2006 Football World Cup plus the wealthiest and arguably best Football league in the world.
England football hooligan: "it's the most viewed sport in the world mate. The World cup gets over 900 million more viewers than the superbowl. Enuf said."
Except the Isle of Mann. People care about that because of the TT motorbike race.
Other than that, they have a history of being one of the most powerful countries in the world. The Monarchy of England is the most famous in the world, and it is that Monarchy which almost lead them, and the rest of the British Empire, to take over the world.
These days England models itself on America a lot. It's rather disgusting. Everyone also thinks of the English as either really cool, those would be Anglophiles, or someone to hate, predominantly Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
People from England do not all talk like Queen Elizabeth II or Sir Ian McKellen. Sadly, the Men are not all gay. Sadly, the Women are not all prudes. Sadly, we do not all refer to ourselves in the third person. Sadly, we are not all funny. And contrary to popular belief we do not try to quash Ireland's, Scotla...
No one asks you to come here and we certainly don't want you to stay. We DON'T kill our own people, we DON'T enforce our will on others, we DON'T go to places we don't like. Finally, we don't all live for bloody football.
Receptionist: I'm sorry, there's a four year waiting list since another European country has been allowed access to England.
The largest and most populous country in Great Britain, the largest island of an archapelago located 20 miles to the North-West of the European continent. England has borders with Scotland and Wales; Elsewhere, it is mainly bounded by the North sea and the English Channel.
It's capital city is London, which is also it's main economical and governmental heart. The government itself is known as a parliamentary democracy consisting of political parties whose members are elected into 'seats' in the House of Commons. Each member represents a constituency (usually a city or group of towns) and if elected is then known as an MP or Member of Parliament.
The Monarchy of England is symbolic and plays no powerful role in the political system, although they are the rulers of the State, and the Commonwealth by name.
London is also the capital city of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, with it's members: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (in order of land mass).
Britain had the largest empire ever known, covering just under one third of the Earth's surface, on which "the sun never set."
==> The name 'England' derives from "Angle-Land" from the Anglo-Saxons who settled here in the 4th-8th centuries A.D. Which also explains foreign names for our country, e.g. "Angleterre" in French.
ENGLISH PERSON 2: "Oh. Me too."