Originally Posted by deathrattle
I am British, always have been, never claimed differently. If your feeble senile mind is letting you down, tough shit.
My feeble and possibly early onset senile mind is curious about what it means to be British. When one says they're British, is that all-encompassing--e.g. inclusive of all the various states and sub-states within the UK (Scotland, Wales, N. Ireland, England, etc.)? If one declares that they're English, then they're simply denoting regional birth-rights, similar to me saying that I'm a War
shingtonian--is that correct?
Here in the states, the two nomenclatures are used interchangeably, so it leads to some confusion amongst we of the sub-optimally gifted-class. We await edification, forthwith, please.