The U.K.

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  1. Ears

    Ears Member

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    There seems to be a true lack of people from the U.K. on this forum. Is this forum truly North America dominant, or what?
     


  2. ManofKent

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    There seems to be a true lack of people from the U.K. on this forum. Is this forum truly North America dominant, or what?

    There are a fair few of us, there's also a large Asian contingent, a fair few Australians, Europeans from most countries. Africa is probably the continent wih least representation. Yes Northern American posters make up the bulk of the membership, but it's a pretty international forum.
     


  3. Blackhood

    Blackhood Senior member

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    I'd say its about porportion. The UK is a tiny country and USA is a big one, stands to reason that there'd be more USAtions than Brits, but I think we hold our own.
     


  4. fuji

    fuji Senior member

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    I'm american, but I've lived in the UK for 3/4 of my life so I don't know if I count.
     


  5. origenesprit

    origenesprit Senior member

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    I'm American but go to school in the UK
     


  6. davesmith

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    I'm american, but I've lived in the UK for 3/4 of my life so I don't know if I count.

    I have it the other way round, does that make me a traitor? i still drink tea...[​IMG]
     


  7. sexonfabric

    sexonfabric Senior member

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    UK guy here. Doesnt seem to be a whole lot of us...
     


  8. ter1413

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    I'm American but vacationed in the UK in 2003.
     


  9. MikeDT

    MikeDT Senior member

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    I'm at uk person as well, so count me in.

    Sent from my GT-I9000 using Tapatalk
     


  10. hoit1981

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  11. Britalian

    Britalian Senior member

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    I'm also a Brit but I don't like to shout about it.

    neanche io.
     


  12. PipersSon

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    I'm American but vacationed in the UK in 2003.

    I've passed through Heathrow International a couple times.
     


  13. fwiffo

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    Was in the city of London for almost 2 years. Frankly learnt a lot of what appropriate dress is from thE mailroom chaps.
     


  14. montyharding

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    Was in the city of London for almost 2 years. Frankly learnt a lot of what appropriate dress is from thE mailroom chaps.

    Yer doing it wrong.
     


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