So, twitter-poll, esp. for the Brits: How do you geographically/culturally self-identify? Town? Region? Country? UK? European? #ListenUpYIA
3:57pm Jun 27th 2012 via TweetDeck
@solobasssteve Is all of the above an option?
3:58pm Jun 27th 2012 via Silver Bird in reply to solobasssteve
@keewa definitely! :)
3:59pm Jun 27th 2012 via TweetDeck in reply to keewa
@solobasssteve #ListenUpYIA all of the above - depends on who I'm with and the context.
3:59pm Jun 27th 2012 via Dabr in reply to solobasssteve
@solobasssteve A Scout. A Geordie. English. A Solarian. Roughly in that order.
3:59pm Jun 27th 2012 via Twitter for Mac in reply to solobasssteve
@solobasssteve if talking to other Midlanders, Derbyshire, if talking to Londoners, Northern, if talking to Scots, English.. etc ;)
4:00pm Jun 27th 2012 via Silver Bird in reply to solobasssteve
@solobasssteve Oxonian, English, Southern.
4:01pm Jun 27th 2012 via Hibari in reply to solobasssteve
@solobasssteve London Welsh
4:06pm Jun 27th 2012 via TweetDeck in reply to solobasssteve
Simon Joseph Jones
@solobasssteve Born in Eng, raised as a proud Scot in both Eng & Irl & now assumed 2b irish in USA, I i.d. as British or "lifelong expat" ;)
4:26pm Jun 27th 2012 via Tweetbot for iOS in reply to solobasssteve
@solobasssteve Mostly British, tho' nice to be East Midlandish, avoiding north/south bickering. Never understood obsession with "English".
4:36pm Jun 27th 2012 via Echofon in reply to solobasssteve
@solobasssteve Welsh, occasionally British, sometimes a combination of both. #ListenUpYIA
4:48pm Jun 27th 2012 via Seesmic in reply to solobasssteve
@solobasssteve all of them but in order of immediate locality.... Londoner, Southener, English, British, European.
5:54pm Jun 27th 2012 via TweetDeck in reply to solobasssteve
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