Posted: April 2016
If you want some light relief from the EU referendum debate, try this sample of British quirkiness. It was brought to our attention by our friends at Princes Risborough Methodists.
Only in Britain — can a pizza arrive quicker than an ambulance.
Only in Britain — do supermarkets ask ill people to walk to the back of the store for a prescription, but sell cigarettes at the front entrance.
Only in Britain — do banks leave both doors open and chain pens to the counter.
Only in Britain — are there disabled parking places in front of a skating rink.
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