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VeryBritishProblems 14h
Spending the majority of any festival walking around saying "I'll be okay in a minute"
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 23
"I tried ringing you earlier" I remember, please don't let it happen again
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 21
Activities currently making Brits drown in sweat: -Bending down a bit -Standing -Sitting -Breathing -Thinking -Moving eyes -Saying "oh god"
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 20
1. Yes it is 2. Can't remember what sleep is 3. It should have an s, not a z
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 19
Giving serious thought to sleeping in the shower
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 19
For once the butter is not only spreadable but also pourable
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 18
Arriving at the supermarket to find there's just one pack of oddly flavoured sausages, no buns and a single ripped bag of ice
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 18
Trying to have a serious conversation while eating an ice lolly
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 17
Spending half an hour trying to choose a sandwich based on someone's personality because they said "oh just get me anything"
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 16
Nothing says "thanks, Dad" like two books for around a tenner. /
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 16
Thinking you're Andy Murray because you manage to get the ball over the net twice in a row
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 15
Worrying that circles are a bit too... jolly?
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 14
How to react to praise: 1. Firmly say "stop it" 2. Leave room
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 13
"Bloody jellyfish! Go on, shoo! Shoo!"
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 11
"You'll feel better in a minute" - Translation: Please stop crying
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 10
Being unable to accept a biscuit without going "ooh!"
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VeryBritishProblems Oct 6
"That's not quite what happened" - Translation: Your version of events is more fictional than Harry Potter
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 9
Replying to "how are you?" with "knackered", in case you're about to be invited out (and because you're knackered)
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VeryBritishProblems 7 May 15
Being unable to put your voting slip into what is quite clearly the ballot box without saying "do I just pop this in here?"
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VeryBritishProblems Jun 7
How to say "my meal is bad" It's certainly different Not what I expected Yours looks nice I've had better/worse I wouldn't have it again Mmm
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