It’s perfectly natural behavior Sugar skull in a world full of grandmas be a Nana shirt English is English. I think it’s terribly sad when one culture is force ed to relinquish itself entirely and ‘transform’ into something else to suit immigrants. Who left their own countries for a better life. Immigrants are supposed to immerse themselves in their hosts culture immerse. English/British England/Great Britain is correction, WAS a Christian country, with certain values, beliefs and traditions. We are also a very welcoming and accepting bunch. They don’t force immigrants to adopt our ways or beliefs at all. We simply like to keep our own – not have them removed. Immigrants are the ones demanding.
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We change our culture to become more of their culture. Other countries don’t do that. I’m a firm believer of ‘When in Rome, do as the Romans Do’ kind of concept. That’s good manners and respectful, no. My opinion – of which I am entitled, is that there is a huge wave of immigrants that want to eradicate all things. They want Sugar skull in a world full of grandmas be a Nana shirt to be an extension of their country – without us in it. Be nice if we Brits could head to the Middle East as an example and demand. They erect churches, chapels, adopt Christmas as examples, be forced to sell pork, allow more ‘freedom’ for women and have total acceptance of other cultures and religions. Guess what.
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They don’t, and I am quite certain the citizens of that nation would never allow Sugar skull in a world full of grandmas be a Nana shirt to infiltrate and change their social and cultural system. I’ve spent a lot of time in ME countries and I was respectful of their ways, traditions and culture – happy to do so. I didn’t get offended or protest. When I didn’t see Christmas trees or hear Christmas carols and music. Neither did I get offended when I couldn’t drink during Ramadan or when I was forcibly told to cover my shoulders. I respectfully obliged because it was my choice to live in a different country. Again, ‘When in Rome’. I personally think it’s offensive when immigrants demand. I relinquish my traditions and cultures because it offends them.