• Should all sandniggers, including the mayor, be deported from london?

    This land belongs to the anglo-saxons and our white culture, not kneegrows and terrorism. Vote BNP or UKIP, they are the only ones who will leave the EU and get rid of the foreigns.
    This land belongs to the anglo-saxons and our white culture, not kneegrows and terrorism. Vote BNP or UKIP, they are the only ones who will leave the EU and get rid of the foreigns.
    22 answers · London · 5 days ago
  • Top 7 english cities.?

    What is each of England's top 7 cities by population and size of the city in order?
    What is each of England's top 7 cities by population and size of the city in order?
    6 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 1 day ago
  • What is school breaks like in England?

    Like Spring,summer,christmas and thanksgiving breaks like? My mom told me that she knew a friend that was from England and they didn't have summer breaks? Was that true?
    Like Spring,summer,christmas and thanksgiving breaks like? My mom told me that she knew a friend that was from England and they didn't have summer breaks? Was that true?
    12 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 4 days ago
  • Gatwock to Stonehenge by car in London, England?

    Best answer: Gatwick is 30 miles from London. Heathrow has subway access. Stonehenge is in the middle of the countryside. Remember we drive on the left. Rent an Automatic which you need to request as they are not standard. They charge for transmission damage. Trying to chsnge gear with your left hand when you are not used to it... show more
    Best answer: Gatwick is 30 miles from London.
    Heathrow has subway access.
    Stonehenge is in the middle of the countryside.
    Remember we drive on the left.
    Rent an Automatic which you need to request as they are not standard. They charge for transmission damage.
    Trying to chsnge gear with your left hand when you are not used to it is not worth the grief.

    You need to be 25 and held your license for at least 2 years.
    The roads to Stonehenge are not great.
    5 hours is not nearly enough time.
    It can take 5 hours to get there.
    You need at least an hour there.
    It would be like flying into Newark and seeing Niagra on 5 hours.
    1 hour to get through immegration.
    1 hours to get the car
    2 hours check in
    In clear traffic it is and hour ansms 45 minutes to Stonehenge is you are used to driving in the UK. It is 100 miles away.

    Minimum 1 hour there. Probably more as the car park is over a mile from the monument
    1 hour 45 minutes back depending on traffic.
    1 hour to return the car.
    12 answers · London · 4 days ago
  • Do you think that the best way to get my revenge on my dad is to fart on his lips when he's sleeping?

    Best answer: Yes that would suffice.
    Best answer: Yes that would suffice.
    19 answers · Oxford · 6 days ago
  • In UK, is it taboo to call elders by FIRST NAME only?

    Best answer: In situations of friendship or common effort (work, or leisure activity) many people of all ages in Britain do address each other by their first names. Personally, at the age of 70, I do get annoyed if anybody I do not know (for instance a telephone salesperson of any age) addresses me by my first name without... show more
    Best answer: In situations of friendship or common effort (work, or leisure activity) many people of all ages in Britain do address each other by their first names.

    Personally, at the age of 70, I do get annoyed if anybody I do not know (for instance a telephone salesperson of any age) addresses me by my first name without invitation.

    I have not really come across British people using "Brother Jack" and similar, except possibly in some less well-known religious communities. That "brother" thing really is not part of our psyche.

    I understand that people in the USA are even more free in using first names than many people are in Britain.
    16 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 5 days ago
  • Can tornadoes occur in Manchester?

    Can tornadoes occur in Manchester?

    5 answers · Manchester · 21 hours ago
  • London Heathrow airport help?

    I've just recently got in touch with my father for the first time... we are meeting etc, and meeting families etc. I am 17 & contacted my real dad, without telling my mother, and now my mother and real dad are constantly in contact for the first time in 16 years now. Iwill be meeting my real dad next... show more
    I've just recently got in touch with my father for the first time... we are meeting etc, and meeting families etc. I am 17 & contacted my real dad, without telling my mother, and now my mother and real dad are constantly in contact for the first time in 16 years now. Iwill be meeting my real dad next month & I plan on going to Norway in July (where he lives). I will be travelling from Newcastle UK to London Heathrow then to Bergen. I have social anxiety, and the NCL flight is fine... I'm just worried about what I do at London. BA flights are in terminal 5 but it's obviously very big... and the only thing that's making me nervous is the thought of going on the buses/ trains to get to my gate? Will I definitely have to do this? I'm so worried! Any help would be appriciated thanks.
    5 answers · London · 2 days ago
  • Which subway stop for Stonehenge in London, England? I have 5 hours layover in gatwock?

    Best answer: Yes. We were kidding you. Although there is no "subway" at Stonehenge, you can use the matter transmitter that is located in the arrivals lounge at Gatwick.
    Best answer: Yes. We were kidding you. Although there is no "subway" at Stonehenge, you can use the matter transmitter that is located in the arrivals lounge at Gatwick.
    9 answers · London · 5 days ago
  • Should I take the internship offer in London?

    I was offered an internship in London. It s paid unfortunately I have to pay 4,000 pounds to settle down. It s a great experience but if you were in my shoes will you take it? Im only required to pay the 2,000 pounds then the remaining 2,000 pounds can paid in 6 months. Is it worth it? Plus, can I get some extra... show more
    I was offered an internship in London. It s paid unfortunately I have to pay 4,000 pounds to settle down. It s a great experience but if you were in my shoes will you take it? Im only required to pay the 2,000 pounds then the remaining 2,000 pounds can paid in 6 months. Is it worth it? Plus, can I get some extra part time work while im there?
    9 answers · London · 6 days ago
  • Should Russia protect London and the UK from more future terror attacks? And will Russia help defend England and the UK?

    Best answer: No, it should not. Only if the UK would ask for their help. I'm sorry, my thinking is different. I believe yours may cause WW3. :( Other Countries would jump in, which would then divide the UK which in turn could easily turn into a huge disaster.
    Best answer: No, it should not. Only if the UK would ask for their help. I'm sorry, my thinking is different. I believe yours may cause WW3. :( Other Countries would jump in, which would then divide the UK which in turn could easily turn into a huge disaster.
    11 answers · London · 7 days ago
  • Need help to find the a specific location?

    Hi, I am writing a story where this character is in the woods and then when it is midnight the character hears the clock ringing. I intend to have this location at london because of the big ben but then, there aren't any woods or forest I could think of nearby(havent been to london every in my life) So... show more
    Hi, I am writing a story where this character is in the woods and then when it is midnight the character hears the clock ringing. I intend to have this location at london because of the big ben but then, there aren't any woods or forest I could think of nearby(havent been to london every in my life) So please, londoners or whoever knows what location I can use so that it sounds a bit realistic to relate to real life. Thanks bunch!
    6 answers · London · 4 days ago