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What's the stupidest thing you've ever heard a tourist say? Ever heard an American talking about visiting "Scotchland, England", or (and this one is actually real) a Japanese couple talking about the correct way to say Clapham is actually Clatham, as "ph" sounds are pronounced "th". Which has a certain logic really. UPDATE: Please, no more Loogabarooga stories. It's getting like, "and I opened my eyes and my mum had left me a cup of tea!"

(, Thu 7 Jul 2005, 16:31)
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I've had three friends visit me in London from Carlisle and think that the metal bridge between South Quay and Heron Quays is the Millenium Bridge. Was funny the first time, now I've disowned the city.
(, Tue 12 Jul 2005, 17:56, closed)

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