The r/CasualUK subreddit is dedicated to mundane events in the United Kingdom but may not be as common elsewhere in the world. This online community has 883K members who regularly share British people’s witty, acerbic, and bizarre humour.
Also, this online community portrays British people in every manner imaginable, from funny posters and advertisements to people drinking beer and celebrating festivals in the rain (with umbrellas); this online community illustrates British people in every way imaginable.
#1 Spotted In Manchester
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#2 Pointless’ Richard Osman Has Cultural Issues
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#3 This Is How You Buy A Laminator
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#4 One of those excellent lads’ footprints can be found on a nearly 1,000-year-old tile in Gloucester Cathedral.
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#5 I found out where all of today’s history began.
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#6 Tesco deserves praise for taking this step.
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#7 The Reopening of the Museum of Gloucester Has Confirmed Historical Figures
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#8 You are not a train if you can read this!
#9 G7 Security
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#10. When I stumbled upon this, I was looking for locations to visit in London. Is It True That The Front Door Also Functions As A Window?!
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