…true…I’d question a lot of the others….check your facts…I’m not English 🙂 Francis Scott Key circa 1825 Born August 1, 1779 Carroll County, Maryland, U. Died January 11, 1843 (aged 63) Baltimore, Maryland, U. Nationality American Ethnicity English Occupation Poet, lawyer, district attorney Religion Episcopalian Children Philip Barton Key II Alice Key Pendleton Relatives Philip Barton Key, uncle Francis Key Howard, grandson Reply 64. “The Star Spangled Banner” (the American national anthem) was created by an Englishman. People kept their coins in clay jars that were called “pygg jars,” which have evolved into what we currently call piggy banks. Windsor Castle is the largest royal home in the world. Pleasure turned in astonishment and then in fear, when his thick finger popped her cherry, but his strong hands didn\'t let her go until he has fully enjoyed her gorgeous flesh!Bill got drunk and lay on the sofa staring at the maid that came to clean up the mess he made of the room.
The highest temperature ever recorded in England was 38.5 degrees in Kent in 2003. The first fish and chips restaurant was opened in 1860 by a Jewish immigrant. Reply ahahaha i live in the uk and didnt know any of them! and finally ive found a blog which i can relate to and is helping me with my travelbug!! keep writing 🙂 Reply Firstly, I have found this to be rather interesting, informative and entertaining (hilarious that Beckham is scared of birds! On the bad food thing; the UK has more Michelin 3 star restaurants than Italy or the USA… England is thought of as having the world’s worst food? So please think before insulting the celtic nations !
She wore a blue apron and a short dress that barely covered her black panties revealing a couple of seductive hips.
Bill grabbed her firm ass cheek, but the maid tossed his hand away, so he had to get up and teach this slut how to treat male visitors of the hotel.
Rowling is the first person to make a billion dollars from writing books. James Bond’s code “007” was inspired by the author Ian Fleming’s bus route from Canterbury to London. No portrait was ever painted of William Shakespeare when he was alive.
On average, a performance is staged every 4 hours somewhere in the world. In the final episode of Skins Season 2, where Sid is looking for Cassie on the streets of New York, the reactions from people were real and unscripted.
Big Ben does not refer to the clock, but actually the bell. London has been called Londonium, Ludenwic, and Ludenburg in the past. French was the official language for about 300 years 4. There is nowhere in Britain that is more than 74.5 miles from the sea. The first telephone directory published in England contained 25 names. While the Great Fire of London was largely destructive, the casualty rate was just 8.