99 funny ‘very British issues’ about what it means to be British, as shared on this Twitter page (new pics)
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If you’re not from the UK, you can associate this place with a few things: polite people who love tea, rainy weather, good pubs and royalty. But after all, life in England isn’t all about sun and roses (well, really, there’s very little sunshine). After all, being British comes with many challenges, like people cutting in line or when your mother doesn’t make enough gravy for Christmas dinner!
Too polite to say anything at the time to provide a safe place to rant about all the little inconveniences and frustrations British people encounter every day. If you’ve lived in the United States for a while, you may be related to these VBPs. If not, enjoy this dive into the British spirit. Below, some of the funniest and most painfully relevant anxieties mentioned on his Twitter account for Very British Problems, and fortunately received from fellow author and fellow of this page, Rob Temple. I will introduce the interview that I was able to do.Britt Fran Taylor, the woman behind the blog winge, winge wine.
Be sure to upvote issues that you are familiar with. Also, let us know in the comments if there are any other VBPs of his that you’d like to get public attention for. If you’re looking for more of these hilarious tweets, bored pandaLast article on a very British issue Here!