Ever experience the frustration of not being able to find something to watch on Netflix? This might be why.
Sitting on the benches is basically like sitting on a throne. From the brilliant Primary School Problems.
An entirely accurate discussion.
Here is what we know about the British passengers on flight MH17 so far.
Thomas was a WHO employee and former BBC journalist.
Men and women who put the “Great” in “Great Britain”.
It’s almost enough to make you feel patriotic. Almost.
Oh, the polite agony of it all. Adapted from @SoVeryBritish.
Land of hope and glory. And excellent puns.
*Wipes away patriotic tear.*
You have no idea, city dwellers.
It’s fair to say they’re not happy. (NSFW language)
These are the things that really matter.
Basically the same country, really.
According to this AskReddit thread.
There aren’t many more important jobs in the country.
As someone who has never seen a full football match on television, I was asked to guess what some of the most common football terms mean. Here goes nothing.
Because it’s not socially acceptable to just run away.
Thanks to the subreddit British Problems for these.
There’s more than just potatoes…
Students across the country have created Overheard pages to record some of the oddest things heard at their university. Here are some of the best.
Researchers warned in 2010 that the Education Secretary’s academies policy would increase educational inequality.
The dark recesses of the TV guide.
No, no, it’s fine, honestly.
Going away is nice, but nothing beats coming back home to blighty.
Robert Kilroy-Silk used to ask questions at the start of his daytime chat show. If you put these questions all side-by-side it really is quite something.
“You will toil your life away and I will die alone upside down on the floor of a pub toilet.” The Black Books curmudgeon is all of us.