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British Twitter explains what it means to be British with hilarious hashtag

Oh to be British.  The land that gave us Shakespeare has become as well-known for its quirky inhabitants and their social customs, as for the works of any famous playwright. And British Twitter has done us a delight — providing a glimpse into the passive-aggressive oddities that define its people with a hilarious hashtag: #AwfullyBritishOffences.  SEE ALSO: 'Great British Bake Off' is out of control with the innuendo Behold: Britishness in all its awkward glory.
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