Nothing beats British comedy. It has its great fans and its finicky critics, but there is no doubt that the sharp wit and self-awareness and self-deprecating humor of this particular brand have made a huge impact on the world. It is wide-ranging.
But British joke culture is much more than Blackadder, Bridget Jones’ diary, and endless quips about scones. The more you look at everyday life in the UK, the more you realize how strange things are.of “No Context Britain” The Facebook page documents some funny memes about everyday life in the UK. And anyone who has lived there probably finds it incredibly familiar.
Check out the funniest pics below and upvote the one you like the most. Cheerio!
At the time of writing, “No Context Britain”‘ We had just under 11,000 followers on Facebook. British memes and everyday comedy are actually very popular topics on social media. Naturally, there is some competition for the attention of Internet users.
Quite a few of the photos shared by the founder of No Context Britain are deeply thoughtful, such as ‘What?’, ‘Eh? may provoke questions.
It would be nice to have more context. Without it, however, we are free to make interpretations.
However, those who only visited London for a few days on vacation may not. Thankfully, this is the internet we’re talking about, and there are plenty of people willing to explain memes to you.
She described the British character as “witty, sullen, cynical, affectionate, passive-aggressive, oppressive, kind, tolerant and reserved”.
According to British comedy expert Ariane, Britain means (at least to her): public transport, celebrities, government)… queues, sunburns, red mailboxes, royalty, pop music, and great jokes.
The comedy pro shared his recommendations for a little sampler of British cuisine. “Go to the seaside town of Whitby and try the fish and chips, or try the steak with gravy and kidney pie so you can thank me later,” she said. Suggested for those visiting the UK for the first time.
Meanwhile, before that, writer Ariane kindly shared her point of view Current state of British journalismShe shared her thoughts on tabloids (aka ‘red tops’) with Bored Panda.
“I think the British press, especially the sensational yellow press, are using more wordplay, humor and puns in their headlines, and they also use shock to grab readers,” she said. I was.
“We also have our tabloid, the Daily Sports, which I wouldn’t classify as a newspaper because it’s primarily made for entertainment and excitement!” said the writer.
“I think people read sports purely for saucy entertainment, or to see scantily clad women, because it’s only meant for that.
she said: They definitely believe everything they read in those papers, but they shouldn’t!”
When it comes to writing good catchy headlines, it depends a lot on the topic you’re covering. “What is the angle of human interest? What will catch my attention? He must extract the essence of the story in one sentence. What is interesting?”
And no collection of memes would be complete without referencing at least one weird British headline. And they are typically a prime example of how British humor works.
Which of these memes confused you the most? Did any make you laugh and forwarded it to your buddies? Dear Panda, what is quintessential ‘British’ to you? So feel free to jump into the comments section and spill some (freshly baked) beans.