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  • #1049649
    Avatarp0ly
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    What do you say?
    :bounce_fl

    #1228861
    AvatarBuzz
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    scottish

    #1228860
    AvatarMrHat
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    scottish !

    #1228846
    Avatarprocess
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    which ever one comes into my head first! not sure what the difference is tbh, always wonder that when i have to write it down.

    #1228862
    AvatarBuzz
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    british takes into account scotland, ireland and wales aswell as england.

    #1228847
    Avatarprocess
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    ahh, not that it makes a difference really. only a word on a form.

    im facking british bruv! πŸ˜‰

    #1228854
    AvatarPike Tom Us
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    English! Although i like the thought of being considerd European. Im half Czech so yea..

    #1228850
    AvatarDaftFader
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    Both depending on what I’m talking about ie.

    I live in england which is a country situated in the british isles. english people are both brittish and english respectively, as are scotts both scottish and british ect. ect.

    Just like Majorca and Ibiza are both part of the Balearic isles.

    #1228841
    AvatarAnonymous

    britshit

    #1228851
    AvatarDaftFader
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    @killahertz 397504 wrote:

    britshit

    Hopefully soon to be danish tho! :love: πŸ˜‰

    #1228848
    AvatarTank Girl
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    weird to see this pop up

    have just had the same conversation with my housemate – as I’ve just had to fill out a CRB form and didnt know which to put…….

    #1228849
    AvatarTank Girl
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    Oh – I wrote british

    #1228856
    Avatarp0ly
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    I didn’t put scottish, welsh or irish as they never seem to call themselves ‘British’ only English people do that IME and my friends/family experience.

    #1228867
    AvatarMatt
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    I guess i probs reffer to myself as english more often than british.

    #1228863
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    I’m neither, im Gazatronium-Ethane, nationality does not apply to me lol

    #1228868
    Avatarcalifornian
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    Always British !:group_hug

    #1228845
    Avatarleveret
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    both of course

    #1228842
    AvatarAnonymous

    Hi all , English first but We are all British in the British Isles , and proud of it πŸ™‚

    #1228864
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    in all seriousness, there are more than likely like 1 in 1000 people in the UK who are TRULY English; as in, ancestors have been on the island since Neanderthal time, so in turn are English. were as myself, i am of (in order) Welsh, Belgian & Dutch and English blood.
    The British isles are a mental place were after about 2-3 generations ethnicity kind of goes all skew whiff and after a while know one seems any the wiser about the family history…..
    this is, of cause my thesis entirely

    #1228852
    AvatarDaftFader
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    @Gazatronium-Ethane 397682 wrote:

    in all seriousness, there are more than likely like 1 in 1000 people in the UK who are TRULY English; as in, ancestors have been on the island since Neanderthal time, so in turn are English. were as myself, i am of (in order) Welsh, Belgian & Dutch and English blood.
    The British isles are a mental place were after about 2-3 generations ethnicity kind of goes all skew whiff and after a while know one seems any the wiser about the family history…..
    this is, of cause my thesis entirely

    Spot on – This island is situated in such a place it’s been invaded mutiple times buy diferant groups over the corse of it’s history and in moden day and age the country is very diverse with a wide range of diferant cultures on it’s land as it still seems to have alot to offer people not native to it’s lands so further diversafies it’s population.

    This is a good thing in my eyes – I hate all this “I’m from here this is important” I understand knowing or following your culture but that’s diferant in my eyes to so called patriotism. There’s knowing and liking where you’re from and there’s not knowing where your from and saying you’re from there. I hate all this “I’m english and proud bollox” the truth is probably 99% of people who live in england are not even 1/4 english weather they are white or not (I mention this as I assume people would imagin someone who was indiginous to england as being white).

    Tbh I don’t even like it when countrys that can actualy trace there ancestary back to yester year and find they havn’t had too many outside influences on ethnicity being very patriotic as it just drives wedges between people. It’s like suporting a football team in my eyes.

    Ok fair enough you like the land you live on and the people around you .. good I’m happy, but when there’s all this unesasary flag waving and “we are the best nation blah blah” singing It’s mentalness!

    #1228865
    Avatarparrotfish
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    ish

    #1228857
    Avatarp0ly
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    ENGLAND TIL I DIEEEEEE!!!!!

    #1228858
    Avatarp0ly
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    i mean
    QUATER ENGLISH TIL I DIEEEEEE

    #1228844
    AvatarAcidfairy
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    Scottish.. end of.. lol

    #1228859
    Avatarp0ly
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    Do any scots ever say british?

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