"You're so British Hollie!" said a friend of mine from America.
All I had done was ask if she wanted a brew?
With that in mind I thought why not do 'The British TAG' with questions like: 'What is your favourite dunking biscuit?' How could I resist?

How many cups of tea do you drink a day, and how many sugars?
I drink far too many cups of tea a day as I really don't like coffee, I would say between 6 and 9 brews a day with soy milk and no sugar.

Favourite part of a roast dinner?
Much to my mum's disdain, I am not a fan of roast dinner, if I had to choose one part of it that I do like though, that would be the Yorkshire Puddings of course (and my Grandma's stuffing mix.)

Favourite dunking biscuit?
Always a malted milk, or as I used to call it when I was in infant school: A cow biscuit.

Favourite quintessentially British past time?
Afternoon tea of course!
At Betty's in York or at Sketch in London

Your favourite British Word?
That is tricky 'dahhh-ling.'

A Cockney Rhyme Slang phrase
When I was a child and I would be heading off to bed my mum would follow behind me up the stairs saying: "Up the apples and pears."

Favourite Sweet
I really love Haribo 'Golden Bears' - oddly I seem to crave them whenever I am in a hot country.

What would your pub be called?
The Jolly Sailor?

No.1 British Person?
Because i'm such a fan girl, Fearne Cotton, closely followed by Alexa Chung and Poppy Delevigne

Favourite British shop?

Favourite British restaurant?
Hawksmoor in Spitalfields, ah-mazing steak!

What British song immediately pops into your head?
Oasis - 'Roll with it' Britpop at it's best.

I actually really like it, reminds me of marmite sandwiches that I used to have as a kid at my Grandma's!

As always, I TAG all of you fellow British bloggers to do 'The British TAG' and if you have already done it, feel free to leave your link below.

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