Discussion in 'Anything and Everything not Free Rider' started by Elibloodthirst, Feb 8, 2018.
Hahahah guys back for one time only
Black Hat Rider opened in an other tab!!!
whats "black hat rider"?
Reported for exposing 'black hat rider'1!11!!!!!1!!1!! Elibloodthirst
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Elibloodthirst wow, dude. In parts, when your not doing sound effects, imitating, talking all croakily and nasally (seriously, how much bleach did you drink???), you're accent is pretty bloody close to mine.
well where r u from?
Idk where the hell I'm from, seeing as I've never been in England. My nationality is English, off my mother, but I don't know where in England. I'm mixed English. On one side I have Cheshire and Northern Wales, while on the other I have London and Essex. I did get my accent checked on an official site, but that didn't really help anyways. After doing a bunch of questions and using the microphone A LOT, it just gave me 'Standard English Accent' lol
I'm SE London / Kent
Most of my ancenstors living in London were silk weavers in Bethnal Green : ) There were a few exceptions though, like an actress in d'oyly carte, and a painter for the backgrounds in theater.
I like how you know this much about your family. I know like what my grandparents do/did and like one of my great grand fathers
It's all my mother's work. She's spent years going back the family trees, and finding out stuff. I can't remember when she started, it was so long ago. Quite possibly she was doing it before I was born. And I'm 15 now.
We don't really have much other stuff of interest. A few books and antiques handed down from her great aunt, a load of 17th century french ancestors, a few old bailey cases, that's it/
Elibloodthirst what did that great grandfather do?
Fight in world war 2 as a commando then worked for MI5?
Wow that sounds very interesting. A lot of mine died in the Somme, and a few in the boer. My great-great aunt, ollwyn williams, wanted to be a pilot in the second, but they didn't allow her because she was colour-blind. Instead, she got the bad-ass job of driving round London in an ambulance, DURING raids.
Nice, take this to PM?
My dad was a communist
perks of being born in 1980s russia
my granddad fought in ww2 for the USSR. He survived but unfortunately dies in the 90s'
(probably due to the USSR losing the cold war lol)
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