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The British Tag

I've been doing a load of tag videos recently and thought I'd share some of them with you dolls. Its basically to connect my Blog to my YouTube channel a bit more x
The British tag video was taken from Sammy (aka BeautyCrush) who did the tag originally (I believe). Its a great tag to get to know peoples perceptions on being British and what peoples likes are about the UK. I Tag all of you to have a go at the British tag (video or blog) as I'd love to see your views. And don't worry if you aren't from the UK if you've visited join in to.

Rules: You must be drinking a tea while you are filming your video.

  1. How many cups of tea do you drink a day? and how many sugars?
    I have at least 1 cup of tea a day, but I usually drink coffee, so as caffeine goes I have about 4 cups a day. But sugars, it has to be two with a lot of milk.
  2. What is your favorite part of your roast?
    I love the Yorkshire puddings (pop-ups), I always save them till last. But, I do love roast taties (potatoes) and parsnips, as long as they are crispy on the outside and soft in the inside yummy.
  3. What is your favorite dunking biscuit?
    My favorite would have to be the caramel digestives, they are a digestive biscuit with a layer of caramel and then chocolate on the top yummy. I did love the limited edition dark chocolate ones. I do like Jaffa Cakes as well, I have dunked and they are not the best dunkers but they are still tasty.
  4. What is your favorite quintessentially British past time?
    My guilty pleasure I have to say is Jeremy Kyle, just makes me feel better about my life and some times you can see people on there that are from your area. I also like to spend sunny summer days in the garden eating cream and jam scones yummy.
  5. What is your favorite British word?
    I have two favorite words; Scone or Scone (depends how you say it) it's a strange word in the English as it can be said in so many different ways. I also like the word tea towel as we are the only Country that calls it a tea towel in stead of a dish cloth.
  6. Cockney Rhyming Slang?
    I don't know that many as its more my dads sort of time that these were used so I only really know one; Dog and Bone = Phone
  7. What is your favorite British sweet?
    I love liquorice, I used to have it all the time when I was younger in the Berty Basset packets. I used to love Freddos as well (not sure if the're British), lunch times and after school was the time to pick them up. They used to be so cheap but now they've gone up in price to 20p not the same any more. 
  8. What would your pub be called?
    I would call my pub The Jack and Rabbit, as I have a Jack Russell (Muttley) and he thinks all animals are little dogs to play with. So I thought that a rabbit would be a good thing to use, but in all honesty Mouse would have been better hehe, he just loves them.
  9. Who is your No1. British person?
    I can't choose just one person so I chose two. Sir David Attenborough, I love him, he's the name and voice we love to hear in nature documentaries and you feel a bit disappointed if his voice isn't in a documentary. He has been part of my life growing up, as I love animals and love his documentaries, It will be a dark day in the nature world if he ever goes. I also love Stephen Fry, I don't know why, maybe its his intelligence but hes 1 of my top British people.
  10. What is your favorite British shop/restaurant?
    I could say many things for this question, but not many of them would be solely in the UK, so I chose The Beefeater Restaurants. They can be a hit and miss now days, but the one near me is always fab. I think they are very British or well they used to be with Sunday roasts, Beef and Ale pies on the menu symbolizes British food. My dad remembers when they first opened and the food that was available, I even remember the original look of the restaurant, very nautical and British. Now days it has become more modern and going more towards the American and international side of food.
  11. What British song pops into your head?
    There isn't a specific song that pops into my head when I think of British music (but suddenly Sex Pistols God Save the Queen popped into my head) but I do think of a pop group, yes its the Spice Girls. I grow up with the Spice Girls and used to (and still do) know the words to the songs. I always wanted to be one when I was younger and even looked a lot like Sporty Spice (creepy). So British music for me would have to include the Spice Girls.
  12. Marmite?
    You either love it or hate it? Me I LOVE it! I am that in love with Marmite that I have tea towels, kitchen utensils, cups. I have even had all the limited edition jars of Marmite, Marmite cheese, Marmite crisps, Marmite bread sticks and Marmite Chocolate (yes there is such a thing). My house hold is a Marmite loving house hold, we have Marmite in gravy, sarnies (with peanut butter or cheese), soup and stews as well as the toasted cheese sarnies. I love Marmite that much I swear by it as a mosquito repellent (eat enough of it don't rub it on yourself).
This is my take on the British tag enjoy and let me know if you have done the tag too I'd love to see your answers.

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