Oi Mate, Some British ‘Ere (30 pics)

Posted in INTERESTING       25 Apr 2020       3633       19

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Torie 10 month s ago
Ur avin a [email protected]#kin larf
       
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Frankie 10 month s ago
American people be like.. 35 Gimme the 4 pattie burger extra mayo whiff Da large fries...extra large diet coke & my kids will have the guns shoot
       
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Tess 10 month s ago
Frankie,
you forgot to add "and get back to your own country!"
       
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Ronie 10 month s ago
Lego is plural already. Do you say Sheeps?
"Maffmatics" is correctly plural because it is a range of disciplines.
Now fakov
       
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Hal 10 month s ago
Ronie,

Lego is singular.
       
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Percy 10 month s ago
Ronie,

Di'in you play wif Legos w'en you wuz a young bloke? arr arr arr It's amazing to me that the country that is described as being English could butcher it so badly!
       
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Lea 10 month s ago
yerall a banch of cants
       
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Cyrenius 10 month s ago
Lea,
That's a-str-a-lian.
       
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Sceeter 10 month s ago
Cyrenius,

´stralian!

Theresa,
that´s scottish
       
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Hal 10 month s ago
There are a jillion different accents in England.
       
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Theresa 10 month s ago
Ye ur bludy reit, laddie!
       
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Theresa 10 month s ago
Och, jimmy, gie us a break.
       
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Sceeter 10 month s ago
Oi, ya old geezer - nuvver round for ma mæ´s!
       
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Evelyn 10 month s ago
#5 would actually be Boston not Britain. Please learn your accents Jim Carey.
       
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Veda 10 month s ago
Evelyn,
Ever been to Hull?
       
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Johannes 10 month s ago
I think they mean southern English people?
       
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Tish 10 month s ago
Had a British girl, in a chatroom, tell me she was sending me a pic of her "fanny".

Apparently a "fanny" there is not what a "fanny" is in America.. 36
       
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Osaforus 10 month s ago
Ok...I'm not british, but this sh#t is just lame jokes making fun of the way people talk. "Innit".
       
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Percy 10 month s ago
I don't think that #2 is British. I think "knoife" sounds more Australian. But, that's just me. Of course, to me, they both sound like manure salesmen with a mouth full of samples!
       
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