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  • Question: English is not my first language and I always learned british english (my mom lived in London and she was my first teacher, and then I had another teacher who was from Brighton and he tought me for 2 years in an english course). I also think that speaking with english pronunciation is easier, 'cause when I speak with an american pronunciation (like they tought me on school) I mess up a lot. Does that make me an anglophile? (If ot does I'll stop, sorry) - annie-bee
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    wow no ofc not????????? its ppl who use it bc its ~hip~ or ~cool~ that annoy me

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  • Question: Is it alright to be an American who loves England if your dad is from Bristol - shrinkwrappedpackets
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    i can tell how much you love england by ur icon

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  • Question: I understand. Like I said,I happen to live in greece. Which most people think is heaven. Which I hate. Chap. Sorry. Very sorry this one just slipped out. - chelf
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  • Question: oh no,no. sadly Im greek. I thought it would piss you off even more than if i was hm.. lets see,american perhaps. You've already threatened to murder me twice in a day chap. it usually takes a week. - chelf
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    call me chap and itll be three

    (look man its just rly fucking annoying when people think its cute to be a nationality, it makes u feel like ur just a fantasy for people to think about instead of a real person, maybe examine why you’re so keen on a country and how that makes people who live there feel)

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  • Question: bloody hell. - chelf
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    if you arent british dont ever say that to me or ill show you bloody hell

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drowninginsorrow:

so many british words and phrases have worked their way into my vocabulary. and I’m definitely not complaining.

well i am

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eastorhild:

Saw the concert post and tried to think “Hmm, I remember feeling that but when…? Oh.”

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installation00:

I’ve been becoming really british lately. I’ve been conforming to obnoxious stereotypes, using a bad generic accent that I think is representative of the entire population, imagining my future husband who looks like Tom Hiddleston and sounds like Benedict Cumberbatch, living just anywhere in the country because it’s all a wonderful gushy pot of lovely friendship, and listening to the latest generic pop music to come out of England, because as everyone knows, England is the only country in the entire United Kingdom.

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im gonna commit a fucking murder

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  • Question: I'm Canadian, so we put u's in words too (colour, for instance.) So if I ever say something, please don't think I'm a pretentious anglophile. - tyrion-daenerys-jon
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    british spellings isnt the mark of a pretentious anglophile dont worry!!!! i use american ones by accident p often too because i read a lot of american literature growing up, and the popularity of british kids books (*cough* hp) means that similar cross-contamination happens in the us????

    its more slang that annoys me like. have you ever heard an american say ‘bloody hell’ and not wanted to punch them