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    I am on a quest to become more British, but first i need to learn British humour. Any tips?
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    I am on a quest to become more British, but first i need to learn British humour. Any tips?
    Run around with a pink toto on in the high street singing to Justin Beiber song called " Baby " then you'll know
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    Run around with a pink toto on in the high street singing to Justin Beiber song called " Baby " then you'll know
    c'mon this thread is serious
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    you have to at least have lived here for a few years to get it otherwise you just wont
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    You don't. It's our secret way of mocking the rest of the world.
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    you have to at least have lived here for a few years to get it otherwise you just wont
    I have but i could not understand some accents, usually northern one, leave alone jokes.
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    I have but i could not understand some accents, usually northern one, leave alone jokes.
    the norths a different race.
    seriously, you just wont get it if your not from here
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    It's a unique, secretly-guarded recipe of sarcasm mixed with 43,000 complaints and a stiff upper-lip. It can't be taught :no:
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    It's impossible, too lame for me
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    I am on a quest to become more British, but first i need to learn British humour. Any tips?
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    c'mon this thread is serious
    (Original post by shawtyb)
    you have to at least have lived here for a few years to get it otherwise you just wont
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    You don't. It's our secret way of mocking the rest of the world.
    (Original post by iEthan)
    It's a unique, secretly-guarded recipe of sarcasm mixed with 43,000 complaints and a stiff upper-lip. It can't be taught :no:

    All of the above! lol....

    OP Are you sure you don't understand British humour; after all your display pic is Anjem Choudhary that nut case Isis lover. Surely your joking!
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    I am on a quest to become more British, but first i need to learn British humour. Any tips?
    Sarcasm and plenty of it.
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    I am on a quest to become more British, but first i need to learn British humour. Any tips?
    Basically, you need to incorporate the word "banter" into your daily life.
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    It's a unique, secretly-guarded recipe of sarcasm mixed with 43,000 complaints and a stiff upper-lip. It can't be taught :no:
    (Original post by KingKoala)
    Sarcasm and plenty of it.
    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Basically, you need to incorporate the word "banter" into your daily life.
    These sum it up quite well. The British love sarcasm mixed with complaints and can often insult each other in a joking manner but that's just us brit .
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    I've never really understood how British humour is different to the RoW? But then again, I only go on holiday for holidays and then don't really interact much with locals
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    Just jokingly insult your friends, just enough to make them grin extensively and chuckle enjoyably but not too far that they start cracking their knuckles and begin their glare game....if you feel a sudden fist contact on your nose and/or you get knocked out, you went to far. Its trial and error for the early days
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    Just jokingly insult your friends, just enough to make them grin extensively and chuckle enjoyably but not too far that they start cracking their knuckles and begin their glare game....if you feel a sudden fist contact on your nose and/or you get knocked out, you went to far. Its trial and error for the early days
    Been there done that. I pissed off some ppl on tsr lol

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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    I am on a quest to become more British, but first i need to learn British humour. Any tips?
    Guessing you want to learn british humour so you and your jihadi friends can infiltrate the ranks of british governmemt and establish a caliphate from within the uk government?

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    Watch Monty Python.

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