VeryBritishProblems

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Joined on December 19, 2012
Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @SoVeryBritish and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
12 hours
Average replies
74
Average retweets
1095
Average likes
7601
Tweets with photos
21 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

1. in country United Kingdom and category Books

3. in category Books

7. in country United Kingdom and category Entertainment

90. in country United Kingdom

111. in category Entertainment

Two types of people: 1. “I fancy going for a walk” 2. “I need to get my steps in”

“Can I try a bit?” “Please, have as much as you want, I’ll never eat all of this!”

Being sure to say “goodness” when an unexpectedly large plate of food is placed in front of you

Wondering if you should start wondering what to do today or just put it off until tomorrow

Never wanting to hear the word “unprecedented” ever again

Weather report: Grey with outbreaks of grey, turning more grey as the day goes on with dark grey to look forward to later

“Great to e-meet you” “Lovely to meet you! (Sort of!)” “Good to meet you even if just over email” “Great to sort of meet you...” There are no good options, best to avoid

“I’ll certainly give it a go” - Translation: I won’t be giving it a go. Goodbye.

“Stay still!” - Translation: There is a bug on you the size of Jupiter

The best things, in life are chips 🎵

Spending most of your life hoping emails find people well

The Very British Hangover Scale.
To achieve level 0, just stick to tea - much better for you ☕️ 
(https://t.co/ITyIovf5Yb) https://t.co/vSwhJQ2nba

The Very British Hangover Scale. To achieve level 0, just stick to tea - much better for you ☕️ (https://t.co/ITyIovf5Yb) https://t.co/vSwhJQ2nba

*two hours into a film* “What’s this about?” “No idea”

Excuses not to go for a walk: - “it’s a bit blustery” - “it’s going to chuck it down” - “I’ll have to get changed” - “I’m expecting a delivery” - “my knee’s killing me” - “can’t be arsed”

“Are you in that fridge again?” “No?!” Narrator: They were indeed in that fridge again

By far the bestselling VBP top - says it all. Free UK postage all weekend, by the way 
https://t.co/3S48uHjNSK https://t.co/F5hruBbwnw

By far the bestselling VBP top - says it all. Free UK postage all weekend, by the way https://t.co/3S48uHjNSK https://t.co/F5hruBbwnw

Sorry I missed your call, I did it on purpose

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