DCDayDreamer wrote:If you are determined to visit the UK grab some alcohol at your first stop, failing that, bring some of your Canadian (or neighboring US) alcohol with you, you'll certainly need something to dilute the fat-ridden local UK cuisine of 'Full English Breakfast' and 'Fish and Chips'.
I'm not so much determined, as I am stuck by the words "non-refundable", and a lot of lost money.
I have a great dislike for peas or any sort, and I'm also not a fan of fish. I have a feeling I'm going to be doing more home-cooking than I usually do, so I can stay away from what you describe! lol
Well, I'm sure I'll get around. I want to hit up Belfast, Cardiff, and Edinburgh. If I'm going to work for any period of time, it would probably be in London/Manchester/Liverpool.Where you go is entirely up to you, it all really depends if you want to be a part of the sheep culture that follow in their droves towards London or if you want to shed the flock and see what the UK is really like (the Irish, The Scots, and the Welsh aren't trying to be independent of the English for nothing). The beauty of all this of course, is what the US achieved on July 04 1776, but just spare a thought for the oppressed that are still under the futile banner of 'kingdom' when you visit.
You know what Canada is really like? Well, I tell you, we're rolling over and obeying our US masters more and more. Fucking bastards. Fucking douche-bag prime minister Stephen Harper.
So I've heard. I'd be more than happy to come and fear-monger. It's a good source of entertainment value.One more thing, when everyone around you thinks the whole world is going into another Ice-Age just agree with them, a few fucking inches of snow and Great Britain's England can't cope!.