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London's Royal Horticultural Society held its first Great Spring Show in 1862.  http://loccitanechelsea.com/

London's Royal Horticultural Society held its first Great Spring Show in 1862. http://loccitanechelsea.com/

The 12 Types of Doctor Who Fans. I'm 5 of them: Tennant Fan Girl, Christopher Eccelston Die Hard, Moffat Fan, Moffat Hater, and Capaldi Convert.

The 12 Types of Doctor Who Fans

The 12 Types of Doctor Who Fans. I'm 6 of them: Tennant Fan Girl, Christopher Eccelston Die Hard, Moffat Fan, Moffat Hater, Matt Smith fan and Capaldi Convert.

Considering that approximately 85% of my "people I admire" list is British, I think this probably applies to me...

Considering that approximately of my "people I admire" list is British and only one is Irish this probably applies to me

my entire being identifies with this country to which I've never been. Perhaps in a past life.

When I see pictures of England I feel like it's somewhere I've been before and need to return to. They make me feel homesick, and my entire being identifies with them. Perhaps in a past life.

Referred to myself as a "rabid anglophile" in conversation and the response was "oh my gosh, are you okay?"

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That's it, I am moving to London! ~ Tom Hiddleston (Loki), Andrew Scott (Moriarty), Benedict Cumerbatch (Sherlock), Bradley James (Arthur), Hugh Jackman (Wolverine)

That's it I am moving to London!

That's it I am moving to London! ~ Tom Hiddleston (Loki), Andrew Scott (Moriarty), Benedict Cumerbatch (Sherlock), Bradley James (Arthur), Hugh Jackman (Wolverine) << What this person said.

Every now and then, YES!

I am sick & tired of this place / Take me to London i was born in scotland but would love to visit london or great britain

WE ARE NOT. YOUR. OTP. God, we have shippers... I may be an American Anglophile, but NO. <-- just kiss already! ahahaha

So apparently some countries ship Britain and the USA. And Australia is our child!

Very British Problems. I'm not even british and I do like 90% of these (all except the pub one- I'm still to young :))

Very British Problems. The zebra crossing and queue jumper ones made me laugh so hard! << I'm canadian and I can relate to most of them

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