• WHY ARE THERE STILL BLOODY FOREIGNERS IN BRITAIN?!!!!?

    Best answer: because the Government wont deport them
    Best answer: because the Government wont deport them
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • What are the most beautiful urban cities in the UK?

    Best answer: St David's
    Wells
    Carlisle
    Chester
    Edinburgh

    Note: Ludlow is not and never will be a city.
    Best answer: St David's
    Wells
    Carlisle
    Chester
    Edinburgh

    Note: Ludlow is not and never will be a city.
    12 answers · 5 days ago
  • Please help! What do I do?

    I’m from Scotland and I moved to England when I was 8 (been here for 10 Years) I spoke Scottish up until then but when I came to England my accent of course has changed over the years and I’m English now but I still put on a Scottish accent to my family because i feel weird and not right speaking English to them... show more
    I’m from Scotland and I moved to England when I was 8 (been here for 10 Years) I spoke Scottish up until then but when I came to England my accent of course has changed over the years and I’m English now but I still put on a Scottish accent to my family because i feel weird and not right speaking English to them because they’ve never known me to do that but now I have a boyfriend and I don’t want to tell him I speak Scottish to them because I’m embarrassed but when my family. Meet him what am I going to do please someone help me it’s eating away at me j need advice on what to do
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • What do you like about the UK?

    Best answer: To me, it's just home. I was born here. It's not perfect, but what country is perfect? I know my way around, because I know the people, the language, the culture. It's all so familiar. It has a lot in its favour, too much to list here. It also has its dark corners, but when you're born here, you... show more
    Best answer: To me, it's just home. I was born here. It's not perfect, but what country is perfect? I know my way around, because I know the people, the language, the culture. It's all so familiar. It has a lot in its favour, too much to list here. It also has its dark corners, but when you're born here, you know instinctively where not to go. I look at other countries, and I think, 'well, your system suits you, I suppose, but I'd rather have our system.' The UK is OK.
    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • How much ( respectfully ) are you surpose to tip a hotel porter ( bag Carrier)?

    This is my first time away from home and I will be traveling and staying in an hotle I seen it on films that they always give a tip now I'm unsure how much to give, I don't want to be rude or a cheap skate. Its an English hotle and it £35 per night ( just basic )
    This is my first time away from home and I will be traveling and staying in an hotle I seen it on films that they always give a tip now I'm unsure how much to give, I don't want to be rude or a cheap skate. Its an English hotle and it £35 per night ( just basic )
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do they speak English or Welsh in Wales?

    Best answer: They all speak English.

    They only speak Welsh to make themselves feel like a real country or to be rude to tourists.
    Best answer: They all speak English.

    They only speak Welsh to make themselves feel like a real country or to be rude to tourists.
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why are gingers only found in the british isles?

    Best answer: They aren't. You'll also find many in Canada.
    Best answer: They aren't. You'll also find many in Canada.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do British people really complain a lot?

    Best answer: Sort of. People like to complain in order to make small talk as being relentlessly upbeat is regarded with something between suspicion and outright hostility. The trick is to understand that most of the small talk complaining isn't meant very seriously, nobody but me is planning to start a revolution because... show more
    Best answer: Sort of. People like to complain in order to make small talk as being relentlessly upbeat is regarded with something between suspicion and outright hostility. The trick is to understand that most of the small talk complaining isn't meant very seriously, nobody but me is planning to start a revolution because they can't stand the voice of the automated checkout or because the sizes vary between shops.
    18 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are the roughest areas in the UK?

    Best answer: The roughest mountain walking conditions are in the North-west Highlands in Scotland, and some parts of the Lake District in England.
    Best answer: The roughest mountain walking conditions are in the North-west Highlands in Scotland, and some parts of the Lake District in England.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are some nice places to visit in Wales?

    Best answer: Here are a few suggestions: The Gower The Brecon Beacons The Afan Valley The Neath Valley Pembrokeshire Aberystwyth and Devil's Bridge Aberavon beach Caerleon Cardiff Castle Caernarvon Castle Harlech Castle Conwy Castle Snowdonia South Stack, Anglesey Ogmore-By-Sea Pontcysyllte Aqueduct The Great Orme show more
    Best answer: Here are a few suggestions:
    The Gower
    The Brecon Beacons
    The Afan Valley
    The Neath Valley
    Pembrokeshire
    Aberystwyth and Devil's Bridge
    Aberavon beach
    Caerleon
    Cardiff Castle
    Caernarvon Castle
    Harlech Castle
    Conwy Castle
    Snowdonia
    South Stack, Anglesey
    Ogmore-By-Sea
    Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
    The Great Orme
    3 answers · 1 week ago
  • Low cost holiday deals for UK Peoples?

    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I'd like to visit somewhere in Scotland that has really nice roads to drive?

    Best answer: Scotland has thousands of miles of very scenic roads. Be aware that it has some very remote areas where fuel supplies are few and far apart, and that in some rural areas religion is taken very seriously and all shops and petrol outlets close on Sundays. Don't let your tank run low. Do read the rules for... show more
    Best answer: Scotland has thousands of miles of very scenic roads.

    Be aware that it has some very remote areas where fuel supplies are few and far apart, and that in some rural areas religion is taken very seriously and all shops and petrol outlets close on Sundays. Don't let your tank run low.

    Do read the rules for using single-track roads with passing places. The more remote parts of Scotland have many of these and tourists causing a nuisance through not using them properly are a common complaint among locals.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Coolest cities to visit in England?

    Best answer: From Manchester.... hop on the Transpennine Express rail service from Manchester to Leeds, York + Scarborough.... It looks like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uR7elxVO4M From York, you can get a bus (Yorkshire Coastliner) to Pickering, and there's steam train / heritage diesel rides from there on the... show more
    Best answer: From Manchester.... hop on the Transpennine Express rail service from Manchester to Leeds, York + Scarborough.... It looks like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uR7elxV...

    From York, you can get a bus (Yorkshire Coastliner) to Pickering, and there's steam train / heritage diesel rides from there on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway to my hometown of Whitby (as seen on episodes 3 + 4 of series 1 of "The Grand Tour" on Amazon Prime) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsCPjjtp...

    York has a large Church (York Minster) + an Ancient city wall you can walk along the top of (takes about 2hrs, depending on how many detours you take to stop off for pictures) + the world's largest railway museum (National Railway Museum). IT's also supposed to be the safest City in the world.

    Scarborough has a castle, a moderately sized shopping mall (Brunswick Pavillion) + the large "Open Air Theatre" (supposed to have Britney Spears performing there in August, I think).
    https://twitter.com/ScarboroughOAT

    In the more immediate vicinity........ "Holmfirth" in Yorkshire doesn't look too far from Manchester, but probably make more sense if you familiarise yourself with long running British sitcom "Last of the Summer Wine" that was shot in the area from about 1973 to 2010

    Buxton, Chester + Blackpool look to be in firing range.

    Lake District (Kendal + Windermere area) should be do-able, as used to make trips there from a Holiday park near Chorley (About 20miles North of Manchester) via car when I was a kid
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago