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Ironic how we in the U.S. once revolted against the 'tyrannical' British, only to quickly re-discover on numerous occaisions they are our best friends.
Also, thanx for The Beatles, the 2-Tone genre, Sade and Estelle...just some of the English musician cd's playing at a 4th July BBQ, somewhere in the U.S.
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Glad you had a good time. We had the Royal Jubilee last month in the UK. I'm not really patriotic either but had a good time. I went to visit one of the other British mods here and her road had a street party which was rather cool. She got me quite tipsy! Most people here didn't really do anything much. In England no one bothers with St Georges Day, but on the Irish St Patrick's day all the English have a booze up and wear strange green hats with the Irish flag on. We're strange, us Brits.
That sounds pretty fun; I wish we had some parades around here.
I go to watch the firework show just because it becomes something to do. We met with someone we knew and watched while eating pizza and drinking Cokes (so typical, I know!). Yesterday a friend had a game day so we went there, ate grill food and swam.
They drink on St. Patrick's Day here too, and since it's a college town there are tons of chaotic parties.