Nope. I love England. British girl through and through. I'm fine with your post though, grumbling is a national past time and should be celebrated.
You could never leave? I bloody could. Hate this country (and yes, I am leaving, before any smartarse advises me to do so).
you're forgetting how much freedom we have here. especially compared to some countries. also you're forgetting the educational system and NHS. but we're british; we complain about everything and you will probably complain about this, too.
I love Britain and being British.
Sooner all of you who dont like it here leave...the better, if you think its that "bad" here...try go living in a poverty stricken country, then you might appreciate what you have!!
No. I like living here. I hate how we are all so moany though.
I love Britain's NHS and its educational system. I hate its ungrateful people and a reluctancy held by many to stray away from a bourgeoisieic comfort zone.
It's a great country. The problems that hold it back are because we are forgetting that. We have people telling us to be like America, Be like france. We should be like England.
We're losing cultural identity and that's what starts to make Britain a bland place.
Dunno what you have against tea and shepard pie tho. Personally i like both of those things.
We should be proud of out heratiage and natnality like America and France and any other country on this planet. But we sould not try and be like them. We should be like us and we cna be great once more.
I'm not British but I'm considering moving there. I love the place, the people, everything. All the things you complain about are the endearing quirks I love.
(Not to mention a rich history that's got something of everything.)
i live in a crappy boring town, but when away at cooler places, i always slightly miss my home, i dont get homesick, but when i get back, i feel good, but, i want to move anyway, hopefully to america.
Bloody monoglots. The rest of Europe takes the chance to learn at least one other language and Britain knows nothing except 'feck off'. Also, I am under the impression that British food is composed of either pastry or roasted meats. No wonder the nation's favourite food isn't even natively British.