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If asked what you say...

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banned7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Are you..

English or British?

i usually say english.

(waits for the .... im scottish, im welsh replies)
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banned7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
i'm a brit.
#2
English
#3
im scottish........
#4
english
banned#5
english
#6
Welsh :thumbsup:
[mod]#7
English
#8
British
#9
scouser :-D
#10
i always say English

Should really say British though, as you are British and speak English, doesn't really work the other way round
#11
British because I am not English I am Welsh
#12
I am not a number
#13
choc1969
I am not a number



choc1969 :?
#14
owlass
choc1969 :?


LMAO :w00t:
#15
Manx.
#16
british kinda.... scouser :lol:
#17
:oops:

:giggle:
#18
English.
banned#19
british
#20
I hold a British passport, an Irish passort, & one other, but I don't define myself as Irish, British, English or that other nationality. :)
banned#21
If someone asks me where I'm from, I always answer "UK"
#22
I'm welsh
#23
English
#24
Liddle ol' me
I hold a British passport, an Irish passort, & one other, but I don't define myself as Irish, British, English or that other nationality. :)


so on paper if asked what you are what would you say?
#25
lyndsbowes
so on paper if asked what you are what would you say?


It depends on who's asking and whether I have no choice . I avoid it whenever I can. but unfortunately it isn't always possible. In fact, it's rarely possible with most bureaucratic institutions here, there and that other place.
#26
English living in Wales :)
#27
British..... I would never say I was English..
#28
Liddle ol' me
It depends on who's asking and whether I have no choice . I avoid it whenever I can. but unfortunately it isn't always possible. In fact, it's rarely possible with most bureaucratic institutions here, there and that other place.



where were you born??
#29
shanecr
where were you born??


NI
#30
Scottish, would never say British.
[mod] 1 Like #31
jellybaby22;4456967
scottish/irish/italian.....


Bit of a..............

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00138/F_200601_january26e_138487a.jpg:p
banned#32
english don't want to be associated with the welsh or scottish

if the scouser have there own what about cockney? lol
banned#33
rm13_hammer
english don't want to be associated with the welsh or scottish


lol :w00t:
#34
British, then Welsh then, if someone is asking and there is still incomprehension, English :w00t: . But it hardly ever occurs - what you do get asked is 'Where do you come' from and that's just a straight-forward factual reply, fi you take it to mean 'Where do you live'.
#35
scottish
#36
rm13_hammer
english don't want to be associated with the welsh or scottish

if the scouser have there own what about cockney? lol


just like the scottish dont liek being associated with the english
1 Like #37
scottish and proud of it!!
#38
British living in the Midlands but born in the South :)
banned#39
mikebike
British living in the Midlands but born in the South :)


lol it doesnt matter where in the u.k you are born and currently living
#40
DangerGod
lol it doesnt matter where in the u.k you are born and currently living

True but i thought we could expand on this a little bit! As i have one welsh parent and one from Jersey i consider myself a bit of a mixed up individual:)

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