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Thats so Old Skool chaps...More like this.

 

Down the Pub with your mates,get totally smashedface...

 

Get into a punchup...

 

Have a Ruby Murray ,washed down with more lager!.Sorted!!. :D

 

Yeah baby the Brits are coming!..

Probably more common south of the Watford Gap - up this way it's going to be more

 

"Went tae the boozer wi ma china's and goat totally buckled.

 

Pagger in the street wi some teapot fi Livvy then headed to the chippy furra supper and then oan tae another boozer fur mair beer".

 

Aye hen, the Jocks are comin'!

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London is a capital of Great Britain :D

 

Nope, London is the capital of England. Great Britain contains England, Wales & Scotland. The United Kingdom contains all the prior + Northern Ireland. 

 

I cannot wait for the British Army, I wanna fire my beautiful L85A2 and shout FOR ENGLAND! (in my posh english accent) 

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Just in case some of you fine chappies are having a jolly tough time understanding the queens parlance I have provided a list of the most common phrases, some  may be used if one finds ones self in a bit of a spot under fire Pip Pip

  1. Adam and Eve – believe
  2. Alan Whickers – knickers
  3. apples and pears – stairs
  4. Artful Dodger – lodger
  5. Ascot Races – braces
  6. Aunt Joanna – piano
  7. Baked Bean – Queen
  8. Baker’s Dozen – Cousin
  9. Ball and Chalk – Walk
  10. Barnaby Rudge – Judge
  11. Barnet Fair – hair
  12. Barney Rubble – trouble
  13. Battlecruiser – boozer
  14. bees and honey – money
  15. bird lime – time (in prison)
  16. Boat Race – face
  17. Bob Hope – soap
  18. bottle and glass – arse
  19. Brahms and Liszt – pissed (drunk)
  20. Brass Tacks – facts
  21. Bread and Cheese – sneeze
  22. Bread and Honey – money
  23. Bricks and Mortar – daughter
  24. Bristol City – breasts
  25. Brown Bread – dead
  26. Bubble and Squeak – Greek
  27. Bubble Bath – Laugh
  28. butcher’s hook – a look
  29. Chalfont St. Giles – piles
  30. Chalk Farm – arm
  31. china plate – mate (friend)
  32. Cock and Hen – ten
  33. Cows and Kisses – Missus (wife)
  34. currant bun – sun (also The Sun, a British newspaper)
  35. custard and jelly – telly (television)
  36. Daisy Roots – boots
  37. Darby and Joan – moan
  38. Dicky bird – word
  39. Dicky Dirt – shirt
  40. Dinky Doos – shoes
  41. dog and bone – phone
  42. dog’s meat – feet [from early 20th c.]
  43. Duck and Dive – skive
  44. Duke of Kent – rent
  45. dustbin lid – kid
  46. Elephant’s Trunk – drunk
  47. Fireman’s Hose – nose
  48. Flowery Dell – cell
  49. Frog and Toad – road
  50. Gypsy’s kiss – piss
  51. half-inch – pinch (to steal)
  52. Hampton Wick – prick
  53. Hank Marvin – starving
  54. irish pig – wig
  55. Isle of Wight – tights
  56. jam-jar – car
  57. Jayme Gibbs-fibs
  58. Jimmy Riddle – piddle
  59. joanna – piano (pronounced ‘pianna’ in Cockney)
  60. Khyber Pass – arse
  61. Kick and Prance – dance
  62. Lady Godiva – fiver
  63. Laugh n a joke – smoke
  64. Lionel Blairs – flares
  65. Loaf of Bread – head
  66. loop the loop – soup
  67. Mickey Bliss – piss
  68. Mince Pies – eyes
  69. Mork and Mindy – windy’
  70. north and south – mouth
  71. Orchestra stalls – balls
  72. Pat and Mick – sick
  73. Peckham Rye – tie
  74. plates of meat – feet
  75. Pony and Trap – crap
  76. raspberry ripple – nipple
  77. raspberry tart – fart
  78. Roast Pork – fork
  79. Rosy Lee – tea (drink)
  80. Round the Houses – trousers
  81. Rub-a-Dub – pub
  82. Ruby Murray – curry
  83. Sausage Roll – goal
  84. septic tank – Yank
  85. sherbert (short for sherbert dab) – cab (taxi)
  86. Skin and Blister – sister
  87. Sky Rocket – pocket
  88. Sweeney Todd – flying squad
  89. syrup of figs – wig (sic)
  90. tables and chairs – stairs
  91. tea leaf – thief
  92. Todd Sloane – alone
  93. Tom and Dick – sick
  94. tom tit – shit
  95. tomfoolery – jewellery
  96. Tommy Trinder – window
  97. trouble and strife – wife
  98. two and eight – state (of upset)
  99. Vera Lynn – gin
  100. whistle and flute – suit (of clothes)

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Nope, London is the capital of England. Great Britain contains England, Wales & Scotland. The United Kingdom contains all the prior + Northern Ireland. 

 

I cannot wait for the British Army, I wanna fire my beautiful L85A2 and shout FOR ENGLAND! (in my posh english accent)

nope ^^ london and the city of london ore not the same . the city of london ( the capital ) is not britan and not england ;) its stateless same in washington ;) or berlin - berlin is not germany has a  special status ;) (2+4 contract ) and so soon ^^ its all a big lie and we are the modern slaves :/

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Is there will be an ability to drink tea at 5 o'clock?

 

Ah No! - Cider,all the way! :P

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Nah, I prefer a good old lager myself

Also can't wait to see these beauties in the marksman and auto rifleman roles!

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Just in case some of you fine chappies are having a jolly tough time understanding the queens parlance I have provided a list of the most common phrases, some may be used if one finds ones self in a bit of a spot under fire Pip Pip

  • Adam and Eve – believe
  • Alan Whickers – knickers
  • apples and pears – stairs
  • Artful Dodger – lodger
  • Ascot Races – braces
  • Aunt Joanna – piano
  • Baked Bean – Queen
  • Baker’s Dozen – Cousin
  • Ball and Chalk – Walk
  • Barnaby Rudge – Judge
  • Barnet Fair – hair
  • Barney Rubble – trouble
  • Battlecruiser – boozer
  • bees and honey – money
  • bird lime – time (in prison)
  • Boat Race – face
  • Bob Hope – soap
  • bottle and glass – arse
  • Brahms and Liszt – pissed (drunk)
  • Brass Tacks – facts
  • Bread and Cheese – sneeze
  • Bread and Honey – money
  • Bricks and Mortar – daughter
  • Bristol City – breasts
  • Brown Bread – dead
  • Bubble and Squeak – Greek
  • Bubble Bath – Laugh
  • butcher’s hook – a look
  • Chalfont St. Giles – piles
  • Chalk Farm – arm
  • china plate – mate (friend)
  • Cock and Hen – ten
  • Cows and Kisses – Missus (wife)
  • currant bun – sun (also The Sun, a British newspaper)
  • custard and jelly – telly (television)
  • Daisy Roots – boots
  • Darby and Joan – moan
  • Dicky bird – word
  • Dicky Dirt – shirt
  • Dinky Doos – shoes
  • dog and bone – phone
  • dog’s meat – feet [from early 20th c.]
  • Duck and Dive – skive
  • Duke of Kent – rent
  • dustbin lid – kid
  • Elephant’s Trunk – drunk
  • Fireman’s Hose – nose
  • Flowery Dell – cell
  • Frog and Toad – road
  • Gypsy’s kiss – piss
  • half-inch – pinch (to steal)
  • Hampton Wick – prick
  • Hank Marvin – starving
  • irish pig – wig
  • Isle of Wight – tights
  • jam-jar – car
  • Jayme Gibbs-fibs
  • Jimmy Riddle – piddle
  • joanna – piano (pronounced ‘pianna’ in Cockney)
  • Khyber Pass – arse
  • Kick and Prance – dance
  • Lady Godiva – fiver
  • Laugh n a joke – smoke
  • Lionel Blairs – flares
  • Loaf of Bread – head
  • loop the loop – soup
  • Mickey Bliss – piss
  • Mince Pies – eyes
  • Mork and Mindy – windy’
  • north and south – mouth
  • Orchestra stalls – balls
  • Pat and Mick – sick
  • Peckham Rye – tie
  • plates of meat – feet
  • Pony and Trap – crap
  • raspberry ripple – nipple
  • raspberry tart – fart
  • Roast Pork – fork
  • Rosy Lee – tea (drink)
  • Round the Houses – trousers
  • Rub-a-Dub – pub
  • Ruby Murray – curry
  • Sausage Roll – goal
  • septic tank – Yank
  • sherbert (short for sherbert dab) – cab (taxi)
  • Skin and Blister – sister
  • Sky Rocket – pocket
  • Sweeney Todd – flying squad
  • syrup of figs – wig (sic)
  • tables and chairs – stairs
  • tea leaf – thief
  • Todd Sloane – alone
  • Tom and Dick – sick
  • tom tit – shit
  • tomfoolery – jewellery
  • Tommy Trinder – window
  • trouble and strife – wife
  • two and eight – state (of upset)
  • Vera Lynn – gin
  • whistle and flute – suit (of clothes)

Ah the Cockney rhyming slang :)

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What magical land have I just entered? Is this Hogwarts?

No east London i'm afraid... and it ain't exactly magical there neither

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What kind of vehicles are we looking at initially for the British? personally i'd like to see the Foxhound and the Jackal as these have now largely replaced the ageing Land Rover WMIK (and look awesome). Can you make any comment on this SgtRoss?

 

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nope ^^ london and the city of london ore not the same . the city of london ( the capital ) is not britan and not england ;) its stateless same in washington ;) or berlin - berlin is not germany has a  special status ;) (2+4 contract ) and so soon ^^ its all a big lie and we are the modern slaves :/

 

Sorry to break it to you, but as someone who lives in the "The City" in London what you are saying is wrong. 

 

The City, has it's own government, and it's own mayor, but it is not stateless it is part of the UK. 

 

People get confused between The City and London (The city), it's an easy mistake to make, but even when you know that these two are separate entities (as you do), one must know that The City is not stateless, it is part of this nation (United Kingdom) 

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What magical land have I just entered? Is this Hogwarts?

Nay, sir, this is Edinburgh the place where Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle was born.

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Just in case some of you fine chappies are having a jolly tough time understanding the queens parlance I have provided a list of the most common phrases, some  may be used if one finds ones self in a bit of a spot under fire Pip Pip

  • Adam and Eve – believe

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This Sunday roast gets my vote geeza, cushdee

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The City, has it's own government, and it's own mayor

 

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#BORISFORPRIMEMINISTER

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Nah it's not Boris. He's the Mayor of London, the Mayor of The City is this guy 

 

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Ehh... I still prefer Boris...

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