British greatness

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British greatness by Mind Map: British greatness

1. Celebrity

1.1. J.K. Rowling

1.2. Emma Watson

1.3. David Beckham

1.4. Victoria Beckham

1.5. Simon Cowell

2. Food

2.1. Roast beef

2.2. Potatoes

2.3. Vegetebles

2.4. Yorkshire pudding

2.5. Fish and chips

2.6. Egg

2.7. Bacon

2.8. Mushrooms

2.9. Hash browns

2.10. Toast

2.11. TEA

3. Monuments

3.1. High Court Building

3.2. Ripon Building

3.3. Fort St. Geoge

3.4. Senate House

3.5. Santhome Bascilica Church

3.6. Central Railway Station

3.7. Napier Bridge

3.8. Victoria Memorial

3.9. Windsor Castle

3.10. Blackpool Tower

4. Music

4.1. Coldplay

4.2. Ed Sheeran

4.3. Calvin Harris

4.4. Adele

4.5. Paul McCartney

4.6. William Byrd

4.7. John Dowland

4.8. William Boyce

4.9. Frederick Delius

4.10. Edward Elgar

4.11. Michael Tippett

4.12. Broadside Ballads

4.13. British dance band

4.14. Pop

4.15. Rock

5. Fashion

5.1. Daring Designers

5.1.1. Vivienne Westwood

5.1.2. Manolo Blahnik

5.1.3. Alexander McQueen

5.1.4. Stella McCartney

5.1.5. Paul Smith

5.1.6. Katharine Hamnett

5.2. Iconic Influencers

5.2.1. David Bailey

5.2.2. I-D Magazine

5.2.3. Nick Knight

5.2.4. Victoria Beckham

6. Shop

6.1. Brixton Pottery

6.2. Burleigh

6.3. Bunzlau Castle

6.4. Johnson Brothers

6.5. Pimpernel

6.6. Portmerion

6.7. Roy Kirkham

6.8. Spode

6.9. Wedgwood

6.10. Royal Doulton

7. British passions

7.1. Tea

7.1.1. Yorkshire tea

7.1.2. Twinings

7.1.3. PG Tips

7.1.4. Clipper

7.1.5. Tea pigs

7.1.6. Tetley

7.1.7. Typhoo

7.1.8. Barry's

7.1.9. Cafedirect

7.1.10. Lipton

7.2. Sport

7.2.1. Football

7.2.2. Calcutta cup

7.2.3. Cricket

7.2.4. Fox hunting

7.2.5. Golf

7.2.6. Polo

7.2.7. Royal Ascot

7.2.8. Rugby football

7.2.9. Wimbledon

7.3. QUEEN

7.3.1. Elizabeth II

7.4. Weather

7.4.1. “save up for a rainy day”

7.4.2. “a storm in a tea cup”

7.4.3. “you have your head in the clouds”

7.4.4. “long-winded”

7.4.5. “on cloud-nine”

7.4.6. “I’m feeling under the weather”

7.5. Media

7.5.1. Sky

7.5.2. The Chelsea Magazine Company

7.5.3. Elsevier

7.5.4. NBCUniversal

7.5.5. The Guardian Media Group

7.5.6. Financial Times

7.5.7. Trinity Mirror

7.5.8. Economist Group

7.5.9. Archant

7.5.10. Channel 4

8. British personnality

8.1. Reserved

8.1.1. Making a cup of tea in response to a crisis

8.1.2. Not correcting someone when they pronounce your name wrong

8.2. Polite

8.2.1. Apologising automatically

8.2.2. Grumbling throughout a meal, but not telling staff so as not to cause a fuss

8.2.3. Forming a queue for pretty much anything

8.2.4. Insisting the other person goes through the door first

8.2.5. Not asking for help so as not to ‘put anyone out’

8.2.6. Being vague about your plans rather than decline an invitation

8.2.7. Thanking someone when you’ve done them a favour

8.3. Humor

8.3.1. Finding queue-jumping the ultimate crime

8.3.2. Making sarcastic/dry jokes

8.3.3. Giggling at innuendos

8.3.4. Starting a controversial statement with ‘I’m not being funny, but...’

8.4. Quirky (habits)

8.4.1. Wearing summer clothing at the first sight of sun

8.4.2. Having a beer at the airport even though it’s before 8am

8.4.3. The typically British ‘stiff upper lip’

8.4.4. Making a cup of tea when you have no time to drink it

8.4.5. Binge drinking at the weekends

8.4.6. Searching for a fry-up when on holiday abroad

8.4.7. Mistaking brightness for warmth

8.4.8. Insisting the barbecue will still go on despite rain

8.4.9. Wearing extra layers rather than putting the heating on

8.5. Open minded

8.5.1. Ability to talk at length about the weather

8.5.2. Reading newspapers in the morning

8.6. Avoid

8.6.1. Avoiding eye contact on the tube

8.7. Patriotic

8.7.1. Feeling extremely patriotic during sports events

8.7.2. Feeling appreciative that the person in front put the ‘next customer’ barrier on the conveyor belt

9. British Traits

9.1. Talking about the weather

9.2. Great at queueing

9.3. Sarcasm

9.4. Getting drunk

9.5. Clever sense of humour

9.6. Obsession with property values

9.7. Pandering to political correctness

9.8. Road rage

9.9. Being unhappy with our weight

9.10. Wanting a good tan

9.11. Asking people about their journey

9.12. Leaving things to the last minute

9.13. Irony

9.14. Keeping our homes neat and tidy

9.15. Take decisions and accept the consequences

9.16. Achieving against all odds

9.17. Wanting our sportsmen / teams to fail