The British Tag #BriFri — 6 Comments

  1. Oh how fun 🙂 I would fail myself. I’d go with the Pink Flamingo. I want a restaurant named that one day lol

    I think the only one I’d get right is tea. I drink it all the time and all during the day in the winter. It’s way too hot here right now for it though. I can’t wait for winter when all my teas can come back out 😀

  2. Hey Joy,

    Just to let you know I haven’t been ignoring you, I read your tag and your posts on my ‘Rivers Of London’ review, but I’ve been ill so avoiding computer bits and bobs! Thanks for answering my tag (these are great answers!) and I’ve linked my review 🙂


  3. I read Katrina’s post as well … from which I used context clues for many of the question — including the roast one. 🙂

    So odd how we share a common history, heritage, and language — to a degree (especially those of us that are heavily British in an ancestral sense [read: me.]) but some things are still so foreign. I might give this ‘meme’ a try. Seems perfect for a girl who thinks that London is the best city in the world. 🙂

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