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Brits say being drunk senseless while visiting Poland is national trait


michaelmansun 11 | 135
13 Jun 2011 #91
Which does not change the fact the British and Americans can perfectly understand one another speaking "English"

The only reason we can is because of television. No, not entirely true. I understand everything Brits say, except for those damned Scots from Glasgow. Terrible. Its like listening to a heavy metal song played in reverse.

From a Glasgow Scotsman you learn some very important "English" words; 1. Bevy 2. Wee cunt 3. Shite

The rest sounds like hurde gurdy goobin en der funk. Ow bout anuder bevy?
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
13 Jun 2011 #92
English is a Germanic language that came from Denmark.

No it didnt.

The Angles were from Denmark.

yes they were,but they didnt speak English....

I wanted to remind her that English is not native to Britain

erm,but it is though.

I noticed in DeQuincey's Confessions Of An English Opium-Eater that the Welsh call the English language

Lols,here we go again...........what web site do you get all this gubbins from matey? Trust me,one day soon someone is going to make you look such a dick when they find it :)

BTW, I own a First Edition of Confessions'.....................
Des Essientes 7 | 1,291
13 Jun 2011 #93
Lols,here we go again...........what web site do you get all this gubbins from matey? Trust me,one day soon someone is going to make you look such a dick when they find it :)

You will look in vain for such a website because all my "ghubins", if I understand what this bizzarre word is refering to, come from my memory of the books I have read and when I open the volume to find the passage, that I've been reminded of, I always know whether it will be on the righthand or the lefthand page because I can sort of see it in my mindseye.

I own a First Edition of Confessions'

Mine was published in 1995 and it cost me 25 cents. You should trade yours for an immense amount of laudenum, light the fire, order your servant to be ready with the tea, and live the dream!
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
14 Jun 2011 #94
Mine was published in 1995 and it cost me 25 cents.

Sounds like a plan,'cept Im not really one for pulp fiction,even if it has achieved a certain cache it does not deserve purely for being a book of choice for victims of hippie counter culture.....besides,just checked,its a 3rd edition.........oops,my bad,better dig out my battered old copy of Candide and other short stories,with,surprising familiar foot notes to some posts Ive read on here lately, instead. ;)
Joker 1 | 1,140
30 Jul 2019 #95
More than a quarter of Britons think getting drunk senseless in Poland is a national characteristic

No wonder why Poles are getting tired of the Brits, they behave like morons, but if you were to act this in England???

The stiff upper pompous brit lip!

Poland braces itself for 'vulgar' British stag season 2019

telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/poland/8451168/Poland-braces-itself-for-vulgar-British-stag-season.html

At least the Police will be looking out for them this year.


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