Why are the younger generation not wearing poppies? Watch
the poppy is the official symbol of the rememberance act, also it shows that you have made charity toward the royal british legoin, as all the money made from it goes to the veterans. ¬-¬
Sometimes there's better ways to respect army guys, I had a army guy (very old man) who fought in WW2 living right next door to me who I used to help out abit (helping fix a pipe or whatever) and I thanked him for being the brave guy he was.
Some guys who wear poppies just wear poppies for the sake of it without any true meaning or respect.
I see lawyers wearing poppies for example and I remember the army guy who lived next door to me was getting harranged with letters by a lawyers firm for some unpaid cowboy building work. It stressed him terrible and I even phoned the firm and told them and they said 'i understand but'
Being in my early 20's and i've always paid my respects to the fallen, i can't quite understand why people don't wear the poppy in England?
The reason i wear the poppy is to remember all that have fallen, past, present and in the future.
Wear the poppy with pride people, these people experienced the closest simulation of hell in their final moments.