8 Replies to “Britishness”

  1. I am 80% British, just like

    Mr Bean

    Shy to the point of ridicule, you’ve probably never been out of the UK.

    Being Irish/Scottish in origin, I am completely appalled

  2. I am 80% British, just like

    Mr Bean

    Shy to the point of ridicule, you’ve probably never been out of the UK.

    Being Irish/Scottish in origin, I am completely appalled

  3. See, now, I’m a 7th-gen Canuck, and I’m apparently 77.5% British, which is flattering in one sense and disturbing in another. What I would really like is a “How Quebecois are you?” quiz to balance things out — I fear that my high-ish score on this test betrays my French-Canadian roots.

    I think anyone who’s ever lived in Victoria, BC (Emira) should automatically be granted Michael Caine status.

  4. See, now, I’m a 7th-gen Canuck, and I’m apparently 77.5% British, which is flattering in one sense and disturbing in another. What I would really like is a “How Quebecois are you?” quiz to balance things out — I fear that my high-ish score on this test betrays my French-Canadian roots.

    I think anyone who’s ever lived in Victoria, BC (Emira) should automatically be granted Michael Caine status.

  5. I am 45% British, just like Catherine Zeta Jones. A true English rose, but I know where the money is.

    I can live with that. I am actually only a quarter British. Mostly I find “British-isms” endearing. Probably one reason for my attraction to Steve.

  6. I am 45% British, just like Catherine Zeta Jones. A true English rose, but I know where the money is.

    I can live with that. I am actually only a quarter British. Mostly I find “British-isms” endearing. Probably one reason for my attraction to Steve.

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