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English Traditions- Are there any?

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Do England as a nation have any traditions?

I was trying to think of some but maybe someone else could help.

It seems Scotland, Wales and Ireland all have their own traditions. (dances, festivals, music) etc etc.

But do the english have any of that?
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drinking tea ? cricket ? crocquet ?( spelling ?)
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The English dont actually consume the most tea in the world. The Irish actually drink more tea.  Wink
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The English dont actually consume the most tea in the world. The Irish actually drink more tea.  Wink

lol good random fact to no
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I don't drink much tea and I don't like criket or croquet Neutral

Perhaps I am in the wrong country  Think
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A few months ago there was a lot of hype about a "A Portrait Of England" or something like that, here are a few things that I remember....


Hans Holbein's famous portrait of Henry VIII.

Routemaster. ( I dreamt of travelling in one since I was about seven. Frown)

The FA Cup.

Spitfire.

Stonehenge.


There were obviously a few more but I'll check it out later.
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Well England's a bit rubbish, isn't it? Frown
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arka
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No, its not. Surprised
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The FA Cup.

Mmm... only 1 non-English team has ever won the FA Cup.... :P

Well England's a bit rubbish, isn't it? Frown

What? confused
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Mmm... only 1 non-English team has ever won the FA Cup.... :P


Arsenal ?
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arka
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Cardiff! woohoo
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roflmao

Nooo... Cardiff!
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Someone obviously didn't pay any attention in Geography  Wink
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roflmao

Nooo... Cardiff!

lol.... just coz arsenal only have one engliah person in there side
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And it was Arsenal we beat in the final anyway. :P
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