This is a good comment. I like it a lot.
This is a good comment. I like it a lot.
Check the URL, it wasn’t originally titled that! Also, if it’s geeky (for non-UK people), then why not some more obscure shows!
Yeah IIRC it was the URL’s title earlier.
Wait what? Did someone punch them? Please tell me someone punched them.
Two seconds of changing the title to “57 actors from the British Isles” would make a world of difference.
And this is a list of British actors. Your point?
And some of those twenty-three week foetuses are so ill that any life they may have will be full of suffering, or they could be harmful to the mother. People don’t get twenty-three weeks into having a child and then go OH YOU KNOW WHAT, ABORTION TIME. People get twenty-three weeks in and then realise that they have little other choice than to abort. It’s not always your choice. You can do everything right as far as safe sex goes (the woman can be on birth control, the man can wear a condom), and even then people still get pregnant. Tell me again how they’re lazy and careless. And I’m not even going to touch slutty. There is nothing wrong with a woman enjoying sex. Foetuses are only scraped out in backroom abortions and vacuum abortions. Most abortions are carried out via pills unless they are late term. (http://www.bpas.org/bpaswoman/sandras-leaflet). Banning abortion, much like with prohibition, will not make it go away. It will make it more dangerous.
Not to me (thank god) but “Nice legs, what time do they open?” will always make me gag and want to punch whoever said it.
The original idea of the costume? Literally all of them are in bikinis with slight colour variations and occasional accessory changes. They don’t all have to be in full body armour with a sword - what about an archer in light cloth? A mage in full robes? A rogue? Leather? There are plenty of ways to make disney princess warriors without resorting to an overly tired fantasy game look. It’s boring, and it’s hardly creative.
I have figured it out. I’m sick of other people telling me I haven’t, though. P.S. yes. We have to live with ourselves 24/7, so I’d think that self-understanding would be an important part of everyone’s life.
And we all thank those of you whose baking skills are good enough to manage such artistry! So much adorable in this post.
I think we’ve figured out why Buzzfeed hates Europe with this entry. Outdoor eating is pretty common (at least for most places I’ve been in Europe), and kind of fantastic.
Those aren’t socks and sandals, they’re trainers with leather straps.
#14 - so what do we do? They’re not exactly obscure in the UK.
Seriously. Guys in clubs are bad enough for this. I remember one guy trying to put my hand down his pants and ew ew ew.
I am not a massive fan of our monarchy, but Queen Elizabeth II is my exception. I love her, ideky.
That looks like Rewe’s font as well. But it is wonderful to go to Germany and buy Jaeger for comparatively next to nothing.
Ahahaha Americans are less likely to give a shit? Did you miss the beginning of Buzzfeed UK? Every article was filled with Americans whining WHY AREN’T WE REFERENCED THIS IS SO UNFAAAAAIRRRRRR.
We had a mini 4th of July celebration with the Americans during my year abroad. They fucked up my phonetics grade the next day, but it was fun. And I basically agree with your comment, but I also agree that this article was badly phrased (whether as clickbait or lack of thought idk) and painted the whole of Europe in a light that is completely wrong for the majority. Now if they’d said “35 things you appreciate after living in [a rural area/specific country]” this article probably wouldn’t have caused the backlash it did. I’m sure you wouldn’t make an article saying “These things didn’t exist in ANY OF ASIA” because you have enough sense to know that Asia is a whole continent of many countries with different cultures. Europe shouldn’t be any different (and I wonder if public perception of the EU and attempts to make a United States of Europe has anything to do with the vitriolic response to blanketing Europe as one mass).
Oooh, thanks for reminding me about the EHIC. I’ve lost mine and need to replace it.
No, they’re just tosspots and racists.
When Rachel got pregnant! Her and Ross are arguing over who initiated it and Ross mentions that it was accidentally recorded. Cue everyone arguing over whether they should watch it and Monica being very, very curious about it.
Glamour seems to talk about women’s issues more than Cosmo. Cosmo may as well just give up the charade and print ridiculous porn and sex tips all the time, instead of peppering it with celebs and fashion.
Holy gag #1. Fuck everything else - WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT?!
It’s common use in the UK, though. If you want to be posh you can say “I read [subject x]”, if you want to be neutral you can say “I studied [subject x]”, but 90% of the time it’s “I did [subject x]”
Those adverts are just as bad tbh. And they’re lazy as fuck as well, which is really annoying. Basically, if you have to rely on stereotyping an entire class of people to sell your product? You should be kicked off a bridge.
You forgot the look of terror when someone asks you to say something in another language (and they always pick the one I’m worst at sob).
I think this is more for the people who speak English as a first language (or at least, in the UK and US, idk about other English mother tongue countries). The UK is pretty terrible at teaching languages, and America doesn’t sound much better.
I can’t get over all these people judging her for admitting that she had one bad thought. Yes, you’re all so perfect and have never done such a thing - never thought that someone needs a shower on the bus, or that they should visit the dentist. Perhaps you guys should get over yourselves. No, she isn’t perfect. Yes, she thought something bad about people. Yes, she cares about her appearance. So fucking what? At least she had the courage to admit that she thought those things and has learned, unlike everyone going “OH YOU’RE SO MEAN YOU DESERVE IT”.
Emily’s got it right, but tbh I don’t think it really matters what you prefer to use. I know some people who abhor the term pansexual and some people who swear by it.
Her reviews require testing products on her face, though, and if she doesn’t feel like she can put products on it, it’ll definitely hinder her career (no air quotes) for an amount of time. I do agree that she can spin this, but it is still a pretty scary thing to happen to you when you’re not used to it so I think she gets to be a little dramatic. (And pretty is in the eye of the beholder.)
And she makes an income off it. If she can’t test products due to her skin’s condition, she loses income. So, yes, it is like a singer losing their voice, etc etc.
Neither can ours. But at least Obama doesn’t make me want to punch everything when I look at him.
Well, you can go get some cheap alcohol and sit outside walmart drinking it. BAM insta-England.
So… it’d be no different?
I wouldn’t say it’s a living wage - most housing benefit etc is paid out to people who don’t earn enough to afford to life (i.e. minimum wage) - but it’s certainly a massive improvement on the US system because we don’t have loopholes that allow minimum wage to be made up in tips.
Switch out some of the BS points for American Petrol Prices tbh.
Now how do I get this if Hulu isn’t available? TO GOOGLE.
And not in a complimentary way.
3. A roll, I guess? I never eat them.
5. Car Boot Sale
6. Sandshoes/plimsolls. Trainers for, well, trainers.
7. IDK that’s American roads. But yeah, I’d probably say the corner.
8. The fountain
9. Dinner is the largest meal of the day, usually served warm (that’s why it’s dinnerladies but packed lunch). Tea and Supper are interchangeable, though based on formality. I’d say tea with the family, and supper if it was some sort of event.
11. IDK but we have Dial-A-Drink. North-East England here.