British humour

Yes all of these are true and and the wooden bench/seat is because nursery - year 5 sitting on the floor crossed legged then suddenly year 6 comes and your sitting on a bench not having to cross you legs and you can see over everyone's head if your were small

The 44 Best British Memes On The Internet

And why this is so funny. | 23 Things Americans Can Honestly Never Understand About Britain

And why this is so funny.

Burde ha gått til specsavers. That's the norwegian saying. The british is probably something like: Should have gone to specsavers

When you injure yourself at lunch time: | 18 Pictures That Only Make Sense If You Went To A British Secondary School

When you injure yourself at lunch time:

18 Pictures That Won't Make Sense If You Didn't Go To A British Secondary School

A compilation of Britishness. If you've never been to the U.K. then read this and you won't have to ha ha ha ha ha ha

A compilation of Britishness

And this cockwomble. | 31 Things That Will Make No Sense If You Didn't Grow Up In Britain

31 Things That Will Make No Sense If You Didn't Grow Up In Britain

You can find English humour everywhere

Funny pictures about Rain for 40 days. Oh, and cool pics about Rain for 40 days. Also, Rain for 40 days.

Gotta get them Hobnobs.

This is the most British headline I have ever seen

This is the most British headline I have ever seen. But I do love those biscuits! Chocolate covered digestives dipped in mint tea are the best!

The Definitive Stereotype Map Of Britain And Ireland [living down with the Pensioner's and the Gay People]

The Definitive Stereotype Map Of Britain And Ireland

Offend your way around the British Isles with the stereotype map.The Definitive Stereotype Map Of Britain And Ireland

41 Funny Signs You'd Only See In Britain                                                                                                                                                                                 More

41 Funny Signs You'd Only See In Britain

Photo of the day: underground, overground, wombling free – Now. – Time Out London

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