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25th Oct 2005, 15:09
How it really is (http://www.brookview.karoo.net/BFA/index.htm)... honest!

Farmer 1
25th Oct 2005, 15:20
America for the Brits.

It's big.

25th Oct 2005, 15:31
One notes the didn't put in a section on "British bathrooms"


25th Oct 2005, 16:54
'Fanny' is definitely not to be mentioned in polite company.

Farmer 1
25th Oct 2005, 16:57
Mind you, nothing wrong with "bitch".

And please don't drive on the pavement.

tall and tasty
25th Oct 2005, 17:00
Brillant site, I particularly like the English Language section and our quaint transport ...........so much I did not know about our fair lsle.


Krystal n chips
25th Oct 2005, 17:09
so much I did not know about our fair isle

Er, be very careful here TnT---or you may suddenly find you have the trauma of having something in common with Jerricho ! :rolleyes: ;) ---although like the rest of us, your probably quite safe in every other respect ! :D :E

African Tech Rep
25th Oct 2005, 17:22
Well I for one think it’s dangerous.

A while ago I collected some Australians who’d ferried a plane for us to France – on the way back to the hotel they questioned my speed and I told them it was OK as you could do 120 on most roads and the “motorway” was unlimited – fortunately I did say you had to slow down for villages and in town – cause on the weekend they hired a car and popped to Spain “to have a look” – they got there REAL fast. :D

25th Oct 2005, 17:33
Jam is for spreading on toast.

'Jelly' is for spreading on the wife.

25th Oct 2005, 18:55
Is that right Krystal?


Krystal n chips
25th Oct 2005, 19:16
Well you do have your good points Jerricho :hmm: but when it comes to British bathrooms-------:rolleyes: ;) They serve their purpose admirably coughs ! :yuk: ;)

25th Oct 2005, 19:18
The rego on the aircraft on that site is Aussie :D

Uh oh, guess that makes me anorak of the day?

25th Oct 2005, 19:21
They serve their purpose admirably

Sure they do. Every man should have the pleasure of standing on 50 year old p*ss soaked carpet while taking a whiz.

It's a right of passage.


25th Oct 2005, 19:52
There are only three landing-strips in Britain: Heathrow, Gatwick and Stanford.

Is that like:

London ATC: American 1234 hold at Bovingdon

American 1234: Roger, Maaam, hold at Bovington.

26th Oct 2005, 17:32
I'm told that not a few American airlines flying over the Irish Sea report their position at ten mike.

think about it

H :E

26th Oct 2005, 17:33
Oh yes they do!!!!!!!

(Good one HS :ok: )

Jimmy Breeze
26th Oct 2005, 17:45
People who don't live in London are called "provincials", and are not allowed to meet the Queen or get married. Their suicide rate is high.

Hah ha ha

Classic stuff

26th Oct 2005, 17:58
10 Mike, like it. Hee hee. :D