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"Whoever pulls it out becomes King of Britain, but Phil licked the handle, so..."
'Right you'll have to down another six pints and then give him another kicking...'
School of Britishness...'You passed on the hopeless optimism for rubbish nationall sports teams but failed on keeping down your lunch after 17 pints of lager.'
"The bad news is Lady Sybil has died in childbirth. On the other hand, Bates is back home and Tom's sticking around to help run the estate."
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Two men toting a dog in a carriage by foot, while the dog sticks his head out the window.
Tags:history, footmen, footman, litter, litters, sedan chair, sedan chairs, litter-bearer, litter-bearers, litter bearer, litter bearers, chairmen, chairman, porter, porters, running, carriage, carriages, animal, animals, pet, pets, pet owner, pet owners, dog, dogs, dog owner, dog owners, puppy, puppies, window, windows, sticks head out the window, tongue, tongues, vehicle, vehicles, moving vehicle, transportation, georgian, england, english, british
Not An Exit
Tags:polite, politeness, etiquette, manners, too far, british, britishness, rules, following the rules, follow the rules, exit, door sign, door signs, sign, signs, signage, obedience, prison, prisons, jail, jails, imprisoned, imprison, prisoner, prisoners, law abiding, law-abiding, rules, rule, formalities, formality, formal
Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston
English People With Servants Having Problems - On Demand
Britishness Test: 'You passed on bigotry but failed on holding down your lunch after 17 pints of lager.'
The Queens Guard hair do.
Tags:queens guard, guard, guards, guarding, guarded, queen, queens, england, english, british, british army, british armies, royal, royals, royal guard, hair, hair do, hair dresser, hair dressers, style, styles, hat, hats, bearskin, helmet, helmets, regiment, regiments, army, armies, the flying mccoys, flying mccoys
'Pushing to the front of the queue is an automatic fail, I'm afraid, Mr. Singh.'
"At some point, there's only so high you can raise the volume before you admit you're never gonna understand what British detectives are saying."
Tags:television, televisions, television show, television shows, television program, television programs, television programmes, television programmes, tv, tvs, tv show, tv shows, tv program, tv programs, tv programmes, tv programmes, t.v., t.v.s, t.v. show, t.v. shows, t.v. program, t.v. programs, t.v. programme, t.v. programmes, watching t.v., watching tv, watching television, film, films, movie, movies, british, detective, detectives, mystery, mysteries, language, languages, english, accent, accents, volume, volumes, loud
Two men stand back to back as the sun rises; one man holds a basket labeled "Tomato" while the other holds a basket labeled "To-mah-to".
Mortally Wounded at the Battle of Quebec, General James Wolfe Forgets His Last Words
Tags:history, historical, canada, canadian, canadians, quebec, battle of quebec, quebecois, british, military, general, generals, famous, james wolfe, soldier, soldiers, death, dying, mortal wound, mortal wounds, mortally wounded, last words, dying words, final words, battle, battles, war, wars, forget, forgotten, forgetful, forgetting, mistake, mistakes, too late, pheidippides, julius caesar, richard iii, charles ii, plagiarism, plagiarising, plagiarizing
"Use thy core!"
Tags:excalibur, king arthur, merlin, camelot, arthurian, literature, myth, myths, legend, legends, folklore, magic, sword, swords, stone, stones, wizard, wizards, britain, british, united kingdom, health, fitness, strength, personal trainer, personal trainers, advice, advising, core, exercise, pulling, encouraging, encouragement
"Sit tight, chief-I'll take you out where the big swords are."
Tags:tour, tours, touring, fish, fishery, fisherman, fishermen, fished, fishing, fishin, sword, swords, arthurian, arthur, king arthur, camelot, excalibus, excaliburs, lady of the lake, lady in the lake, medieval, legend, legends, culture clash, cultural, time skip, time skips, big fish, big fishing, history, historical, british, british legend, british history, lake fish, lake fishing, lake, lakes
"I've forgotten. Is it the television or the telepone you folks call the 'telly'?"
'I notice you're claiming non-domicile status, Mr Bull...'
'And in the next part of the ceremony you will swear allegiance to the Queen.'
Sports that the British excel at: Queuing.
America's pastimes through British eyes
1952-2012: 60 Glorious Years.