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- noun informal the people of Great Britain.
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- noun Plural form of
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- noun the people of Great Britain
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YOU, Martin, are a bigot for calling brits "typically hostile and xenophobic".
It is certainly a complicated subject and there is no easy answers the brits are the ones we really have to worry about. they're almost like us eh? so they blend in. ever since our PET piroetted the constitution away from queen Liz, they've been trying to get us back. and i read on this internet that they want to turn all the tim hortons into tea shoppes! please don't tell them i told you the code word that night in the pub. i could go to jail for a week or two eh. lol, good blog mike.
Well you "brits" obviously can see the future since one of your reporters said that the building collapsed 20 minutes beforehand.
April 9th, 2010 at 7: 17 pm in addition i know of a friend of a friend's aunt who has downloaded many albums and recently released films within the last 48hr period, who lives in the UK. this would put this article and it's claims in the realms of fantasy. also, no one other than americans refer to the english as being 'brits'. also being FIRST comes far forward regards importance/the current UK-ELECTION-CIRCUS-HYPE-UP-SCAM that has started to rev it's engines. hype for hype and ringer for a ringer. dog food for dogs.
I should talk to a few brits and see how they feel about Blair walking free … I wonder if their reaction is similar to ours.
The founders were tired of paying taxes they could keep for themselves and loathed being second class to the brits.
I often come across a lot of performers, who I just assume are american, only to find out later that they are brits.
I'm sure that the brits will declare teeth to be dangerous weapons and insist that all brits have em extracted.
The Israelis have set themselves up as the holders of the mandate, much as the brits did in the late forties.
The brits do that with a lot of novels and it works well, and I think fans who buy them will appreciate the choice.