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Twenty-Two 'Very British Problems' For The Limeys

These tweets will only fully make sense to our British audience, but we're willing to bet non-Brits will get a confused kick out of them too. If you're not sure what "limeys" means, it's a slang term for the British that originated in the 1850s in reference to the British sailors who would consume citrus fruits to prevent scurvy. The more you know!

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Funny tweets from novelty Twitter account 'Very British Problems' | Tweet VeryBritishProblems T@SoVeryBritish "Thanks lot sounds sarcastic "Thanks sounds annoyed "Thanks bunch sounds furious 09/03/2015 19:32 3,145 RETWEETS 3,709 FAVOURITES
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