Hmmm...well, there was that one..hmm, what did they call it? Oh, pastoral novels.
Folktales and ancient legends!
Read? I prefer television, but I guess I would read...nautical epics.
I'm far too busy for that.
Oh! I dabble in theology and philosophy, one can find me in the World Religions or History section of the bookstore, perusing accounts of the beliefs of my brothers...
Threaten to pummel the charva if he as much as touches one of your lads.
*has already smacked the chav silly*
Try and banter your way out of a fight with your wit.
Assertively let him know you won't be having any of his shit in his native tongue.
Awkwardly back out, chuckling as you awkwardly quote some notable pacifist or Bible passage.
A week getting absolutely WANKERED with the lads at Shagaluf!
An academic trip to some European locale, filled with opportunities to savour the beauty of the humanities.
A weekend at sea. Hopefully, the weather is more than ideal.
A few days in some backwater town with a lot of woods to prance through and odd little pubs.
I just want to be alone or with my family, preferably somewhere close to home.
A sheep, cute, practical, and dependable.
A lion, fierce, strong, and majestic.
A bird, free, beautiful, and close to the heavens.
A fox, wily, clever, and proud.
A horse, carefree, spirited, and adventurous.
FOR SOLID ROCK! METRO RADIOOO- wait, what was the question?
Independent Television? More like Inane Television! Though, I do have a soft spot for those...birthday announcements...
I like the BBC presenters.
Remember when Television South and Anglia did that one programme...
I'm just gonna say Channel 4 to be contrary.
The Archbishop of Banterbury.
Me and my mate are known as Bant and Dec. My favourite nickname is Banter Brigadier. I would just love it if were to be called that.
My name is already laddish enough!
Here's an interesting quiz for you.