I think the deal with chim is that he may have a little bit of that Brit smugness that rubs people the wrong way….it probably goes unnoticed. Same reason why most Americans hate on Bisping. I’m not saying that’s a negative attribute in any way. I can handle roll with it because it doesn’t rub me the wrong way…..plus I’m from Ecuador.
Us foreigners have to stick together.
That’s wrong Joshy…and I’m not just picking on you (can’t believe I actually had to say that). G and I haven’t fueded yet and I consider myself a Jackal.. Maybe I’m grandfathered in.
I’ve got to admit G, I was enjoying the back and forth. I’ve had a few on here that have ground my gears a little. Next thing you know, the two of you will be having slumber parties and braiding each others hair.
But in response to the “Brit smugness”, I dont consider myself as British in either the context of living in the UK, or in the mistaken context a lot of Americans (not meaning to offend with this) use the term Britt, what they actually mean is English.
Im from Scotland, and I consider myself to be Scottish, not British.
But thats a debate for a different audience on a different day.
I absolutely DESPISE Bisping, ….passionately!
oh, and by the humour spelling comment, I was referencing the untrue stereotype that Americans dont understand the subtleties of irony, or the finer points of dry humour. Again I reitterate, I find this to be a fallacy, and only wrote it to be incendiary.