• What’s the best way to meet people in London?

    I am visiting on holiday for a week. I don’t have anything planned, but I would like to know what kind of things are available. I don’t drink alcohol and would preferably like to avoid pubs and nightclubs. Are there any social events that you can suggest?
    I am visiting on holiday for a week. I don’t have anything planned, but I would like to know what kind of things are available. I don’t drink alcohol and would preferably like to avoid pubs and nightclubs. Are there any social events that you can suggest?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • How likely is it?

    To get attacked in England? Is staring risky I was told don't go out late and be aware Is staring at gangs risky and other men
    To get attacked in England? Is staring risky I was told don't go out late and be aware Is staring at gangs risky and other men
    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • British people would you think someone was thick if they just said ...what? when not understanding what you said?

    instead of something like I'm sorry, I didn't understand that
    instead of something like I'm sorry, I didn't understand that
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • British women used to be hot. Who agrees?

    Best answer: Food has made a huge difference, I agree, and I'm a woman. Even in the 80;'s, when I first moved to England, although I was slim myself, so many of the women were absolutely stick-thin. Like the Americans we could all do with a dietary change but certainly NOT to make us 'hot' but for health. The... show more
    Best answer: Food has made a huge difference, I agree, and I'm a woman. Even in the 80;'s, when I first moved to England, although I was slim myself, so many of the women were absolutely stick-thin. Like the Americans we could all do with a dietary change but certainly NOT to make us 'hot' but for health. The same goes for men, who are still the ones more likely to have heart attacks, and from a female perspective, yes, many of them are not so nice looking as they were 30 years ago--with big beer bellies, moobs and fat, feminine bottoms, compounded by having unattractive 'functional' haircuts like shaved heads (older men) or big obscuring beards (younger men.)
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Abandoned buildings in Hampshire or South in general?

    I am desperate to visit some abandoned places but every place I look up in the area has either been sealed up or demolished. Any places such as houses, schools, mental institutions, hospitals etc would be much appreciated! I heard that Hellingly hospital was bricked up but if anyone knows otherwise, please let me... show more
    I am desperate to visit some abandoned places but every place I look up in the area has either been sealed up or demolished. Any places such as houses, schools, mental institutions, hospitals etc would be much appreciated! I heard that Hellingly hospital was bricked up but if anyone knows otherwise, please let me know! Cheers!
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Where is the best place to have a fortnight's holiday in the U.K. Somewhere with more interesting things to see than entertainment places?

    and somewhere with access to public transport. I'm not thinking of any specific region but don't want a place that is grossly commercialized or ridiculously expensive..
    and somewhere with access to public transport. I'm not thinking of any specific region but don't want a place that is grossly commercialized or ridiculously expensive..
    18 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Which city in the UK has the hottest girls?

    Best answer: for 'hot' girls we need 1. genetic diversity, 2. demos skewing young& rich so we need a university town, & with high (pref. historical as genes will have mixed more) immigration. discounting London.... interesting someone said nottingham, as due to historical manufacturing industries prob. has... show more
    Best answer: for 'hot' girls we need 1. genetic diversity, 2. demos skewing young& rich
    so we need a university town, & with high (pref. historical as genes will have mixed more) immigration.
    discounting London....
    interesting someone said nottingham, as due to historical manufacturing industries prob. has significant early & assimilated immigration & two or three universities.
    places like bath & oxford skew very high i young and rich, not so much with the genetic diversity.
    so if you like english girls, go to bath, something more exotic to nottingham.
    14 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What is the most diverse place in the UK? And the least?

    For me, Wales is not only the most diverse but the most enriched. South Wales (Cardiff, Newport, Monmouthshire, and the Valleys) is more or less Afghanistan. And in Carmarthen High Street, I saw a n***er walking around completely naked selling drugs and flaunting his 24 inch penis to girls and women! Wales is... show more
    For me, Wales is not only the most diverse but the most enriched. South Wales (Cardiff, Newport, Monmouthshire, and the Valleys) is more or less Afghanistan. And in Carmarthen High Street, I saw a n***er walking around completely naked selling drugs and flaunting his 24 inch penis to girls and women! Wales is finished! The North of Engerland is the least diverse/enriched. You can walk through Newcastle, Sheffield, York, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, and Middlesbrough and not see a n***er or a smelly Paki. In fact you will not even encounter a Pollack! :) Also isn't North Wales like Kenya these days?
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Which English cities have a subway / Metro system besides London?

    Best answer: Newcastle (Tyne and Wear).
    Liverpool.
    Best answer: Newcastle (Tyne and Wear).
    Liverpool.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Where is good to live in Essex, UK?

    So I currently live in Northamptonshire. And I need to relocate to the the Basildon area for work reasons. I d like to rent a room, but in a decent area. I don t know Essex well at all so I m unsure where s good to look and where I should avoid in that area.
    So I currently live in Northamptonshire. And I need to relocate to the the Basildon area for work reasons. I d like to rent a room, but in a decent area. I don t know Essex well at all so I m unsure where s good to look and where I should avoid in that area.
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Apart from the Lake District which are the nicest lakes in the UK?

    Best answer: Apart from the Lake District which are the nicest lakes in the UK?
    I think it can go either way.

    ~Peanuts2345
    Best answer: Apart from the Lake District which are the nicest lakes in the UK?
    I think it can go either way.

    ~Peanuts2345
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • What should I send to my friend in England?

    Best answer: That is the problem now, with globalization. We all have almost the same stuff available to us. Although you say you don't want to send chocolate, she might like Hershey Kisses, which are available here but not widely and are quite expensive. And there's something about 'Kisses' that sound as if... show more
    Best answer: That is the problem now, with globalization. We all have almost the same stuff available to us. Although you say you don't want to send chocolate, she might like Hershey Kisses, which are available here but not widely and are quite expensive. And there's something about 'Kisses' that sound as if they've been given with love. Aside from those, grape flavour candy is something we don't get here, and good jelly beans are quite expensive and would probably be appreciated. And we don't really have anything like Jolly Rancher anymore. Just a few suggestions and i'm sure there must be others. She'll probably be delighted with whatever you send, because who doesn't love a gift from an overseas friend!
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • Going to Wales?

    I'll be going to Wales for the first time for a week's holiday. I've met some really lovely Welsh people that live in London but I see on here that people say that Welsh people are not fond of English people.(I'm English) Well the ones I met in London were very friendly. To be honest, this banter is... show more
    I'll be going to Wales for the first time for a week's holiday. I've met some really lovely Welsh people that live in London but I see on here that people say that Welsh people are not fond of English people.(I'm English) Well the ones I met in London were very friendly. To be honest, this banter is scaring me a bit. I would love to go and I would like to learn the language aswell. I know that the Welsh language is not as common now but I would still be happy to learn it. I'm not sure how they would take it. Would they be annoyed and think that you're making fun of them or would they be impressed that you're actually trying to learn the language? I know about the sports rivalry but I never get involved in that. I'll be going to Cardiff. What would I expect there and would I be welcomed?
    11 answers · 1 month ago
  • How good is the internet (wired) in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom?

    Best answer: Yes of course they do. It's less populated areas where it will be slower.

    Naturally you can go round anywhere in Edinburgh that isn't private. She's hardly going to have security guards.
    Best answer: Yes of course they do. It's less populated areas where it will be slower.

    Naturally you can go round anywhere in Edinburgh that isn't private. She's hardly going to have security guards.
    6 answers · 1 month ago