Discussion in 'Europe General Archive' started by Darth_Omega, Aug 25, 2002.
I don't you are bad behaved and think October will be only a pleasant surprise!
hmm don't know senny is starting to scare me with his interest in my underwear
If he try something then there enough others to do something against it.
yeah I wouldn't argue with Julia, hell I wouldn't argue with Janne either
Seriously I know yous would defend me
Thank you for your trust.
Well I gotta trust someone to protect me
I won't let you down, Jean.
thanks, some of my probs are gonna lie with the fact a, we don't have euros and b, I dont speak German
But we can speak English and the Euro you get at the bank or you have an EC Card.
So that are minor problems.
I'll change the Â£ over before I leave but I am not used to dealing with euros. All the talk the other day about the bus ticket confused poor me
Don't you like math?
Serious, we look for you, if you want and warn you, if something is made too expensive.
yes that sounds like a plan
no I hate maths I have taken it twice and both times got a D, I could do it in lessons but not in the exam. I have been told it's partly because I am dyslexic, I just thought its coz I hated it
I hope it is a good plan.
Seems to be a reason.
Meh, we will keep our Â£Â£Â£Â£Â£Â£
-Comic Book Guy
It's Sunday morning and I was just reading over this thread again and realised I never posted an opinion. So better late than never.....
First off the UK is made up of two kingdoms, a principality and a province.
England and Scotland are kingdoms. Wales is a principality of England and Northern Ireland is a province. England, Scotland and Wales make up Great Britain (along with the isles that surround us such as the Isle of Man).
Add Northern Ireland to Great Britian and you get the UK.
The full official name of our country is The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Nothern Ireland
The reasons for not joining with Europe have very little to do with the Brits political persuasion. The fact of the matter is that the vast majority do not see the benefits of changing. "If it ain't broke don't fix it".
Contrary to popular belief we are all not Xenophobic "little Englanders" purely because we do not want to change. We are in fact realists who can't see the logic of changing things that the majority of British members are happy with.