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So I work in a job where I speak to British people, and you tend to get very common cultural differences between different areas. For example north east tend to be a bit melancholy but lovely, South coast sound very chill almost stoned, West Midland just complain about everything, Manchester very down to earth and nice, Londoners sometimes very pushy, Liverpool very aggressive if they don't get their way,

Is this accurate or wildly prejudicial?
Last edited by AndersM1 at Jul 25, 2016,
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wildly prejudicial

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#4
all scousers are socialists who steal from the dead

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#5
What the hell is south coast? Is it supposed to say south west? Or south east? Because both are vastly different.
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What the hell is south coast? Is it supposed to say south west? Or south east? Because both are vastly different.


Yeah, I live in Portsmouth which is right in the middle and no-one knows if we're South East or South West.

I've heard the accent best described as West Country Cockney as it's pretty evenly split between the two.
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Yeah, I live in Portsmouth which is right in the middle and no-one knows if we're South East or South West.


France
#9
There are certain sections the Police just don't go into because they're overrun with French.

Wait no.

Chavs. They're overrun with chavs.
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#11
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East Anglia all seem inbred too, right?
I live there and can confirm we're a bunch of cousin-fucking tories
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#13
apart from the two glorious liberal left wing hot spots where i have lived in east anglia

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Yeah, I live in Portsmouth which is right in the middle and no-one knows if we're South East or South West.

I've heard the accent best described as West Country Cockney as it's pretty evenly split between the two.


I'm pretty sure I count as South West, but I think south middle/central a should be a thing. The middle of the south is very different to south east and south west.

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France


In certain parts of dorset (along the coast) mobile phones sometimes give the "welcome to france" message or whatever they do when you go to another country
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#15
Have you guys fixed your dental system yet?
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#16
No need, it's still the best in the world.
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o rly?
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o rly?
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#21
People not brushing their teeth doesn't mean our dental system is shit måte
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everything that you've come to expect


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People not brushing their teeth doesn't mean our dental system is shit måte

I know But it's about the only British stereotype I know aside from warm beer and tea
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#23
hey fuck you

our beer is not warm
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#25
And the Chinese/Japanese take tea WAY more seriously than us.
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#26
My best mate says he prefers slightly warmer beer.

Wtf
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My best mate says he prefers slightly warmer beer.

Wtf


I hope you told him he's a child molester.
o()o

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And the Chinese/Japanese take tea WAY more seriously than us.
Speaking of which this was a good watch

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#30
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And the Chinese/Japanese take tea WAY more seriously than us.


Don't knock it till you've tried it.


Anyone who gets that reference well done.
Last edited by AndersM1 at Jul 25, 2016,
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My best mate says he prefers slightly warmer beer.

Wtf


Cold ale is a sin

Except IPAs
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Last edited by Trowzaa at Jul 25, 2016,
#32
Yeah if ale is too cold it doesn't really taste of anything. In pubs it's pretty much never as cold as lager anyway.
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#33
I mean unless it's Guinness or whiskey it's not worth drinking anyway so

no problem really
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#34
Beer should be served cool but not cold. Especially hand pulled beers. I know that down south they traditionally serve beer at room temperature and rather flat but up north we prefer it at a cooler cellar temperature and slightly fizzy.
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#35
Depends on the climate,

Over here in Aus, on a 40 degree day, a beer pulled at 1c is just the thing
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