Have you got something about British culture?
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I am loathe to answer a question with a question, but does anybody get anything about British culture?
Mike In JapanI am loathe to answer a question with a question, but does anybody get anything about British culture?
I am also loathe to answer a question with a question, but what exactly does this question mean?
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Yes, I understand allots about British culture, I can't say that I want to leave America but my girl friend lives there so that’s where I'm off to

I think for a American to understand British culture is a lot harder than someone that already lives in or on that side of the world, after telling my family about my stay there, they were surprised, they were glad to live in America

I think British culture has a lot to it and there are lots of reasons it is the way it is, you are looking at a culture that has been there for thousand of years,....I guess that’s why they called America the ( New World ) I had read some interesting things on it, but I can't remember the link but after reading it made lots of since why British culture is the way it is, now don’t get me wrong, I thought it was a very interesting to live there for 3 months

This subject is just to deep to go into, but I'd really have to say that im proud and glad to be American my girl friend has been to American and really saw a differences, we hope to move back to America together, but for right now I'll just have to keep living there 6months at a time

but in all, there is something about it that I can't put my finger on despite the big differences on top that make me proud to be American
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Mike In JapanI am loathe to answer a question with a question, but does anybody get anything about British culture?
I am also loathe to answer a question with a question, but what exactly does this question mean?
It's asking whether anybody gets anything about British culture. (It implies, in an attempt at humour, that nobody understands it.)
Unfortunately, I don't know enough about the subject, but I suppose you could check this for further information:

Wikipedia: Culture of the United Kindom
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me been a londoner all my life.. welll since i can remember. if you want anything specific let me know. british humour is not for most people! and well.. despite what people say, when i have friends come over.. i still say"fancy a drink or anything? tea? coffee?" even though im only 19.
I highly recommend this book: 'Watching the English, the Hidden Rules of English Behaviour' by Kate Fox (Publ.: Hodder & Stoughton; ISBN: 0340818867). It's fascinating, it's hilarious, it's ... TRUE!!
the best thing to do to expeirence british or another countries culture is to visit the country for yourself. If you do this you can form your own opinion. I am british and as a historian i am proud to be british. My country has done some bad things but it has achieved wonderful things which society no-longer appreciates. We have probably produced the greatest group of people from any nation. All these people have contributed to our culture. London is one of the greatest cities in the world. However there are many other cities to visit.

To understand the british culture when you visit..things you must do.

1. Go to a football game.

2. Go to a traditional british family pub.

3. Eat British food.

4. See cities outside London.

5. Makesure you bring a camera. you will need as things in England like many other european countries are hard to fin elsewhere.

and leave religion at the gate before entering. britain lives in the 21st century.
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