being british is about driving in a german car to an irish pub for a

>belgian beer, then travelling home, grabbing an indian curry or a

>turkish kebab on the way, to sit on swedish furniture and watch

american shows  on a

>japanese tv.

>

>and the most british thing of all? suspicion of anything foreign. oh

>and......only in britain ... can a pizza get to your house faster than

>an ambulance.



>only in britain ... do supermarkets make sick people walk all the way

>to the back of the shop to get their prescriptions - while healthy

>people can buy cigarettes at the front.



>only in britain ... do people order double cheeseburgers, large fries

>andadiet coke.



>only in britain ... do banks leave both doors  open and chain the pens

>to the counters.



>only  in britain ... do we leave cars worth  thousands of pounds on the

>drive and lock our junk and cheap  lawn mower in the  garage.



>only  in britain ... do we use answering  machines to screen calls and

>then have call waiting so we won't miss a call from  someone we didn't

>want to talk to in the first place.



>only  in britain ... are there disabled parking  places in front of a

>skating rink.  not to mention...



>3  brits die each year testing if a 9v battery works on their   tongue.



>142  brits were injured in 1999 by not removing all pins from new

shirts.



>58  brits are injured each year by using sharp knives instead of

>screwdrivers.



>19  brits have died in the last 3 years believing that christmas

>decorations were  chocolate.



>british hospitals reported 4 broken arms  last year after cracker

>pulling accidents.



>101 people since 1999 have had broken parts of plastic toys pulled

out

of the soles of their feet.



>18 brits had serious burns in 2000 trying  on a new jumper with a  lit cigarette in their mouth.

>a massive 543 brits were admitted to a&e in the last two years   after opening bottles of beer with their teeth.


>5 brits were injured last  year in accidents involving out of  control

>scalextric cars.


>and finally.........



>in 2000 eight brits cracked their skull whilst  throwing up into the

>toilet.



>i am proud to be british   if you are proud to be british then  u'll

>repost this!


>(we might be british, but hell we are a funny lot  )
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