Re: In love with a word
American anglophiles are generally pretentious twits. That has nothing to do with people who are British by birth. I suppose there are British folks who could also be called anglophiles, but that was not the context. I apologize if there was any confusion on the point.
No confusion whatsoever, I was interested to see if being an American anglophile was seen as a negative thing by other Americans - the concensus seems to be "yes". :)
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Re: In love with a word: From: Dick Margulis
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