Are there any questions and answers sites in English which allows UK users to get answers from UK users only and no Americans?

Update:

Can you either answer no, or name the site

...thanks in advance

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago
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    Just try quora to get non chatty answers

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  • 1 month ago

    No UK is a third world country.  Try the village notice board.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    If you don't want to receive answers from Americans, then you need to refrain from using websites owned and operated by Americans. One would think that you British would be used to it by now, considering that like this website, your country is owned by Americans. Washington says "jump", you ask "how high?" Well, those of you who can actually speak English do anyway, half the UK is constantly jabbering in Urdu. What sort of questions did you want to ask? You want to find out what to do when your mum loves her dog and her horse more than she does you? Or perhaps you want to find out what to do when you look at a world map and the deep sense of shame wells up in you. What does it mean to be British? To eat shitty food? To have bad teeth? To badmouth Americans because they're your betters? I would get a real kick out of seeing a website totally devoted to Britons asking and answering questions. You're a humorless, pessimistic, whiny race of pseudo-arrogant malcontents who like to pretend that you and your pissant little island are somehow still relevant. You're not. Other than a convenient stopover for our troops and equipment on the way to the continent you're worth nothing. And Americans look at you and your sad little islet the way the Brazilians look upon the Portuguese with pity and embarrassment. Thanks for the laugh. Maybe you lot can tell each other the occasional joke or two. Every Briton needs to know at least one, or else what are you going to have to laugh at when you're 60 besides the fact that some of you idiots still cling to the belief that you've done anything noteworthy in the last three quarters of a century. Cheerio, and off you go then.    

    • Adam1 month agoReport

      jeez dude racist much

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  • No, there is not.  No matter if you ask your question in the UK site or the US site they will always be together with all other English Language sites.

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  • Daniel
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    All English Speaking Country's have the same Question and Answer Database there is no way to Ask a Question Targeted to one specific Location only

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  • .
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Move your question to Computers & Internet<Internet>Other-Internet as it's currently in Yahoo Products>Yahoo Answers and not really applicable to this subcategory, which is about how YA works and the rules here (and thus decreases your chances of getting many useful answers).

    You can move your question by clicking Edit (pencil icon for mobile)>Edit category just beneath your question, then selecting the category in which it is better suited.

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  • Zirp
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    probably not. Maybe for speakers of Welsh or Gaelic

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  • Bob
    Lv 5
    2 months ago

    I wish............. ask questions in the morning when the Americans are still sleeping

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  • 2 months ago

    No, but you can go to the International tab near the bottom of the left column , then tap on the UK and Ireland button. That is good only for that YA session. It is not permanent.

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