The stereotype map of the UK after Brexit

Jessica Brown@Jessica_E_Brown
Friday 13 January 2017 09:00
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Picture:(eurocrat97 / Reddit)

Let's be honest. Stereotypes of people living in different parts of the UK play a part in how we see the Great British isles.

And it's important to keep up to date with these, because it feels like they're constantly shifting and evolving.

Luckily, a new map of the UK has been uploaded to Reddit, showing the stereotypes of various areas and the people living there.

It’s kind of genius, if you can take a little light joking (Newcastle).

Here are some of the best ones:

Cornwall:

A bit Celtic

Devon:

Inbred farmers

Southampton:

Old people go here to die

Hull:

Hell

Everything from Sheffield down to Cambridge:

Brexitland

Newcastle:

Thick people with endearing accents

London:

Metropolitan elite

Here's the map:

Picture: eurocrat97 / Reddit(eurocrat97 / Reddit)

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