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21st Dec '15 4:39:59 PM MarkLungo
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* BritishRoyalFamily
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* BritishRoyalFamilyUsefulNotes/TheBritishRoyalFamily
24th Aug '14 12:09:55 AM Patachou
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24th Aug '14 12:09:51 AM Patachou
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Certain stock characters that are very much British.
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Certain stock characters that are very much British. Note for foreigners: Great Britain consists of England, Scotland and Wales, so Scottish and Welsh stereotypes will be added here too.

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Certain stock characters that are very much British.* ManInAKilt

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Certain stock characters that are very much British.* ThriftyScot
23rd Aug '14 11:51:38 PM Patachou
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* BraveScot
21st Apr '14 1:57:13 AM Patachou
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* BritishRoyalFamily

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* MeanBrit
27th Jan '13 12:31:42 PM MarkLungo
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* BritishCoppers * BritishRockstar
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* BritishCoppers UsefulNotes/BritishCoppers * BritishRockstarBritishRockStar
20th Jan '13 10:45:44 PM lexicon
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* QuintessentialBritishGentleman
9th Aug '11 12:55:31 PM Jallen
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* BritishRockstar
13th May '11 8:57:22 PM SeanMurrayI
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* BritishCoppers: 'allo, 'allo, 'allo. What's all this troping then? ** Comes from Dixon of Dock Green, who would indeed say things like "allo, allo", "what's all this then?" and "evening, all."
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* BritishCoppers: 'allo, 'allo, 'allo. What's all this troping then? ** Comes from Dixon of Dock Green, who would indeed say things like "allo, allo", "what's all this then?" and "evening, all."BritishCoppers

* The [[DriverOfABlackCab London Cabbie]]: I 'ad one of those tropers in the back of me cab a couple of days ago. 'e was going on about how we're all a bunch of right-wingers who like to moan about immigrants, the government and other things. Send 'em all back where they came from, that's what I say. They think we like to go on about our famous passengers. You know that KeiraKnightley was in me cab the other day? Hanging's too good for 'em, only language they understand! * [[UnseenCharacter Offscreen Wife]]: 'er indoors * The Upper Class RAF Officer: Listen up, chaps. We're off to drop bombs on those beastly Jerries. Fly in, fly out, Bob's your uncle. Stiff upper lip, chaps, back in time for medals and tea all round. Jolly good luck! ** George in Blackadder Goes Forth: ''Crikey, sir. Iím looking forward to today. Up diddly up, down diddly down, whoops, poop, twiddly dee - decent scrap with the fiendish Red Baron - bit of a jolly old crash landing behind enemy lines - capture, torture, escape, and then back home in time for tea and medals.'' ** Group Captain Lionel Mandrake in ''[[{{ptitleta1lmhj6}} Dr. Strangelove]]''. ** Hares in ''{{Redwall}}'' speak much like this, Jacques mentions it was influenced by his superiors when he was in the RAF. * TheVicar: I say!
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* The [[DriverOfABlackCab London Cabbie]]: I 'ad one of those tropers in the back of me cab a couple of days ago. 'e was going on about how we're all a bunch of right-wingers who like to moan about immigrants, the government and other things. Send 'em all back where they came from, that's what I say. They think we like to go on about our famous passengers. You know that KeiraKnightley was in me cab the other day? Hanging's too good for 'em, only language they understand! DriverOfABlackCab * [[UnseenCharacter Offscreen Wife]]: 'er indoors * The Upper Class RAF Officer: Listen up, chaps. We're off to drop bombs on those beastly Jerries. Fly in, fly out, Bob's your uncle. Stiff upper lip, chaps, back in time for medals and tea all round. Jolly good luck! ** George in Blackadder Goes Forth: ''Crikey, sir. Iím looking forward to today. Up diddly up, down diddly down, whoops, poop, twiddly dee - decent scrap with the fiendish Red Baron - bit of a jolly old crash landing behind enemy lines - capture, torture, escape, and then back home in time for tea and medals.'' ** Group Captain Lionel Mandrake in ''[[{{ptitleta1lmhj6}} Dr. Strangelove]]''. ** Hares in ''{{Redwall}}'' speak much like this, Jacques mentions it was influenced by his superiors when he was in the RAF. * TheVicar: I say!FootballHooligans

* The ViolentGlaswegian. [[{{Scotireland}} Yes, they're British too.]]

* The ViolentGlaswegian. [[{{Scotireland}} Yes, they're British too.]]TheVicar * ViolentGlaswegian

* FootballHooligans * [[TheAmericanRevolution Redcoats]]: The American film-makers ova' there like to have us as {{mooks}}. * Stock British names: Ian, Rupert and Nigel.

---- * The comedy western ''{{Silverado}}'' (1985) had JohnCleese playing a British Bobby Sheriff in a small frontier town.
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\n----\n\n* The comedy western ''{{Silverado}}'' (1985) had JohnCleese playing a British Bobby Sheriff in a small frontier town.\n----
22nd Apr '11 2:20:07 PM FilledeMarius
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* Jeeves
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* JeevesTheJeeves
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