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Why are most British people so socially cold?
#71
The Japanese are very friendly people according to my sister - she's been to Japan a few times.
To quote a popular werewolf film - 'Everyone's cursed.  It's called life'
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#72
To match the weather,,, and to make the rest of the world feel at home.

(11-19-2018, 06:32 PM)hewhowalksalone Wrote: The Japanese are very friendly people according to my sister - she's been to Japan a few times.

Japanese are very similar to Germans in that respect?

I wonder why?


We British don't feel any guilt (the powers that be at least don't)and like Americans can't seem to learn from past mistakes.
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#73
Aww, man. I blocked his messages. Now I wish I'd know what he'd said. What can I say? I'm a very curious person.
To quote a popular werewolf film - 'Everyone's cursed.  It's called life'
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#74
In Russia I see the same: coldness and unfriendliness. I see it not only in the real life but also on Russian forums.
And I myself became cold and closed because of people's unfriendliness, coldness, rudeness.
When I communicated with Ukrainian people I found them much more open and friendly.
I am not a racist or nationalist but in my opinion Ukrainian people are more friendly than Russian.
Also I have great experience of work and communication with Armenian people. And they are very warm, talkative and friendly.
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#75
There are other places in the UK than London. I'm from the NE of England and we are very friendly. I might be shy, but I always say morning or such like to people. We are a polite nation who are good at queuing and in my opinion have the best plugs, 3 pin is so much better than 2 lol

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#76
RedNemesis, it's good to know there is another English resident on here.

Also, I think that the events of '28 days later' actually happened because some thoughtless bugger put a teabag in the sink...
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#77
Also in NE England here and I agree
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#78
Lol the dreaded teabag! And how about when you wash up there is always a teaspoon that you miss. I have a washing machine that eats socks, Where do they go!!!  Big Grin And nice to meet you both
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#79
Agh! Sink clear of pots. Side clear of cups and glasses. Set off dishwasher. Turn around - two teaspoons near the teapot! Yeah, it really irks me when that happens.
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#80
Haha you know it lol
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