Defining words in modern British history.

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  1. This is my list that I believe marks the decline in Britain in the mid/late 20th century.

    1 Windrush

    2 Decimalisation

    3 Multiculturalism

    4 Europe

    Feel free to add to the list.
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  2. Brotherton Lad

    Brotherton Lad LE Reviewer

    Smaller Wagon Wheels.
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  3. Two people on a bus in front of me had a whole conversation based around the exchange of the sentance "Like... it's like...SOOOOOOO.... obviously."

    Nope - no idea what they meant at all, and not entirely sure if it marks the decline of Britain due to the chimpish nature of the conversation, or a refinement of it due to the fact that they managed to talk for 20+ minutes using no more than eight or nine words each.
  4. Bouillabaisse

    Bouillabaisse LE Book Reviewer

    How about:




    All three widely used in the 20th Century and all contributed significantly to Britain's decline.
  5. Woof Woof,you talking from experience?.
  6. Rampant Union militancy.
  7. Labour



  8. What I refer to as a Turing test failure. Shame we can't cull test failures......
  9. hotel_california

    hotel_california LE Book Reviewer

    Political correctness.
  10. Appeasement.
  11. Trolls, walts, sock puppets and walts again.