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Bangladeshi. Culture and language as well as our cricket players.
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Bangladeshi. Culture and language as well as our cricket players.
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I am a Vegetable and what I love the most about the Vegetable world is that no matter how many leaves, stems or roots you have, everyone is valued :grouphugs:
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British. Absolutely nothing. Except of course the good old cups of tea and fish and chips.
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British. People whinge about this country but we still have the best healthcare system, one of the best education systems, decent welfare system, a lot of multiculturalism, the average adult Brit isn't an annoying in-your-face type of person, great music and fashion culture, we're generally accepting of all races and sexualities... could go on really. Can't think of any other country I'd rather live in. I do like to ask those who say this country is crap, where they'd rather live, why they'd rather live there and wif they have any plans to move there in the near future.
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No, Britain is spectacular. I mean we've got Theresa May for a start and she's quite the role model. (You know we're not supposed to like our country right?). Anyway, we use illegal drugs way too often, we are allowed to smoke on the streets which is disgusting in my opinion but you're right, we have free education and healthcare and I appreciate that. We're also very polite and have the best sense of humour but our country and the landscape itself isn't exactly beautiful.
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British, God Queen and country.


Bonus: black pudding and football.
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No, Britain is spectacular. I mean we've got Theresa May for a start and she's quite the role model. (You know we're not supposed to like our country right?). Anyway, we use illegal drugs way too often, we are allowed to smoke on the streets which is disgusting in my opinion but you're right, we have free education and healthcare and I appreciate that. We're also very polite and have the best sense of humour but our country and the landscape itself isn't exactly beautiful.
Don't know where you live but the South West is the most beautiful place on the planet.
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Don't know where you live but the South West is the most beautiful place on the planet.
No, I live in the South West actually. Where I live (which for obvious reasons I'm not gonna state) everybody wishes to leave. It's known as scabby but I'm happy I wasn't born in the South West. We have literally nothing that amazing over here and everyone thinks we're all farmers.
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British. People whinge about this country but we still have the best healthcare system, one of the best education systems, decent welfare system, a lot of multiculturalism, the average adult Brit isn't an annoying in-your-face type of person, great music and fashion culture, we're generally accepting of all races and sexualities... could go on really. Can't think of any other country I'd rather live in. I do like to ask those who say this country is crap, where they'd rather live, why they'd rather live there and wif they have any plans to move there in the near future.
I live in Britain atm but I'd rather live in my mother country (bangladesh) not because England is crap (it isn't) but because I feel much more at home when I go to Bangladesh. No matter how dirty it might be, daily life there is still much more fun.
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I am Indian. I never been to India. I’ve lived in Britain my whole life so I don’t really have much to do with India. I like Britain. It has its problems but what country doesn’t? The only thing I really dislike about Britain is how the teaching profession has gone into shambles thanks to politicians legislating when they they know nothing about education.
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British, so much appeals to me- opportunities, heritage, historic buildings, culture and customs.
Countryside, wildlife, London, parks, pluralist multicultural ethos, diverse food choice, magna carta justice heritage, universal free healthcare, the city powerhouse of anglo saxon capitalism.
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I come from china

The People's Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as "China") was founded on October 1, 1949. It is located in the east of Asia and the west coast of the Pacific Ocean. It is a socialist country led by the working class and based on the alliance of workers and peasants. It takes the five-star red flag as the national flag, the march of the volunteers as the national anthem, and the national emblem as the national flag, Tiananmen, Gear and Gear. The common language of wheat, rice and panicle is Putonghua and standard Chinese characters. Beijing, the capital, is a unified multi-ethnic country composed of 56 nationalities with the Han nationality as the main body.

China's land area is about 9.6 million square kilometers, the eastern and southern continental coastlines are more than 18,000 kilometers, and the inland and coastal waters are about 4.7 million square kilometers. There are more than 7600 small islands in the sea area, of which Taiwan Island is the largest with an area of 35798 square kilometers. China borders 14 countries and 8 countries at sea. Provincial administrative divisions are 23 provinces, 5 autonomous regions, 4 municipalities directly under the Central Government and 2 Special Administrative regions.

China is one of the oldest countries in the world, with glorious culture and glorious revolutionary tradition, and the number of world heritage sites is leading in the world. After the founding of New China in 1949, it entered the period of socialist revolution and construction, and realized the transition to socialism in 1956. Since then, the socialist construction has developed tortuously in its exploration. Along the road of socialism with Chinese characteristics, we concentrated our efforts on socialist modernization. After long-term efforts, socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered a new era.

China is the most populous developing country in the world. Its territory occupies the third place in the world. It is the second largest economy in the world and continues to be the biggest contributor to world economic growth. In 2018, China's total economic output exceeded 90 trillion yuan. China adheres to an independent foreign policy of peace. It is a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council and an important member of many international organizations. It is considered to be one of the potential superpowers.
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tanzanian, chill ppl
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Scouse.
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Somali, good old banana and rice.
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