No, kaladorn – “Great Britain” includes England, Wales, and Scotland. Here’s a link: https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/newsroom/blog/whats-the-difference-between-uk-britain-and-british-isles
Not “England’s” national anthem, but the national anthem of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
I must remember “Fimi yo wiwi”! Very descriptive.
Another word beginning with “f”, but “faffing” is much less rude. “Faffing about” means directionless and pointless activity.
The swastika is the wrong way round – it should be pointing to the left (remember: swastika = sinister)
The “Grotto of Glands” will stay with me for a long time. Unfortunately.
Not Cockney, it’s Manc. He’s from Manchester, not London.
More like 30 years since I went on my first SQL (pronounce S-Q-L, the proper way) course.
Interesting, thank you. I don’t think it ever made it over to this side of the Atlantic (we have our own home-grown “Henry VIII and His Six Wives” industry).
“Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived” is the little rhyme that British schoolkids learn to remind them of what happened to Henry VIII’s wives. Catherine of Aragon was his first wife, therefore…