Happiest place to live in Britain

Discussion in 'Off Topic / Chit-Chat' started by teg1203, 28 Aug 2008.

  1. teg1203

    teg1203 Member

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    Saw this....http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7584321.stm

    It just so happens that I now live in the happiest place in Britain. :?

    But yesterday there was a survey saying that there is a worryingly high incidence of obesity. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7584191.stm

    By my reckoning that means overweight = happy. :lol:

    In which case the semi skimmed can go and I can sell the running machine and buy some cakes.

    The other reason we may be the happiest place in Britain is that our MP is Lembit Opik - you've just got to laugh at that. :lol:

    Is anyone upset about the rating given to their area. This may be a good opportunity for some regional abuse (light hearted of course). For instance only small areas of southern england are cheerful - and this is supposed to be news!!! :lol:
     
  2. a1Matt

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    oh no! I am skinny and live in the South East :(

    I'm doomed I tell ya, doomed :twisted:
     
  3. Joecoral

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    Ahh maaaaan, top 5 least cheerful :(
     
  4. Ed Seeley

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    The thing that made me smile most about that is that the Amber Valley and North East Derbyshire is third least cheerful! Nothing new there then! ;) :D :lol:
     
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  6. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    there were another one aswell saying Derby was the most haunted, i am about 1hr from there. Also Barnsley & rotheram are up in the top 10 of obesity crisis, i am about 30mins from there!
    Nottinghamshire is in the top 10 for happiness, i also live 1 hr from there, looks like i am in the centre of it all :? :wideyed:
     
  7. PM

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    I reckon it's because Northerners just sound more enthusiastic cos of their stupid bloody accents.
     
  8. a1Matt

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    thats not very nice.

    I thought it was because they were drunk all day long :lol: :lol:
     
  9. aaronnorth

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    ha ha, us worksopians talk in constant slang :lol: could that be done with the drink :?
     
  10. PM

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    I was joking ;) Just my sense of humour
     
  11. aaronnorth

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    London accents are extremely annoying though! (not joking!)
     
  12. PM

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    London accents are extremely annoying though! (not joking!)[/quote]

    I suggest you keep outta London then aye ;)

    (My jokes don't work in text form) :(
     
  13. aaronnorth

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    London accents are extremely annoying though! (not joking!)[/quote]

    I suggest you keep outta London then aye ;)

    (My jokes don't work in text form) :([/quote]

    :lol: i went the other week but we were near china street so most of the accents/ language was chinese anyway :D
     
  14. a1Matt

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    I was joking as well :D

    Central London is tourist city and probably the safest place to avoid any Londoners!

    I like London accents, its fake cockney accents that get my goat! Jamie Oliver's cooking is great but every time he says 'pukka' I wince :(
     
  15. teg1203

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    I take it you mean China "Town" aaronnorth. You won't find any londoners "up west" - far too mean. :lol:

    Too busy at home polishing their sense of self-importance. :lol:
     
  16. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    yes china town, i types that the first time then i thought it was wrong :oops:
     
  17. Garuf

    Garuf Member

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    Would you say there was "big trouble" in little china? :oops: :lol:
    ...Oh I'm so funny...
     
  18. LondonDragon

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    Tst Tst London rocks :p you guys just jealous :p and I do take the dog for a walk in St James park everyday, never see the corgies though LOL Her Majesty must be in Windsor!
     
  19. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    Oh yeah i like the place, just not their accents :!:
     
  20. LondonDragon

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    You haven't heard mine yet LOL just another variation of the latin accents :p
     

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