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Thought #60. On #BritishThreatLevels hashtag.

In the wake of the Manchester terror attack, British citizens stoically stand up for their peculiar national character in an attempt to try to lift their mood. They would go to any lengths to turn a deaf ear to terrorists; in other words, if terrorists expect Brits to panic, they must be joking. So ingrained a sense of fun and humour can only be found in the UK. And that is dead good for them, an effective and natural antidote to terrorist threat.

Twitter is flooded with messages showing wry humour about #BritishThreatLevels hashtag. Just to put you in the picture, among the highlighted tweets with that hashtag you can find, for example:

- A photo of quirky man holding a pint of beer and asking “You want some?”.
- Another snapshot of a hedgehog typing in something on a computer keyboard with the message “Signing off an email with ‘Regards’ instead of 'Kind Regards' because the recipient has annoyed you”.
- A text like this “Overtaking someone while walking and having to keep…

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