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Kate Arnell translates Britain's language of love. (Photo: Ral Gilmour)
Kate Arnell translates Britain's language of love. (Photo: Ral Gilmour)
Kate Arnell translates Britain’s language of love. (Photo: Ral Gilmour)

For a nation of people not known for wearing their hearts on their sleeves, Britain sure has an abundance of terms for physical affection. In this episode of the Anglophenia video series, Kate Arnell teaches you a few British terms to cover all the, ahem, bases of romantic love.

As there’s some brief talk here of “getting one’s leg over,” you might want the send the kids out of the room for this episode, unless you want to have “The Chat”:

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By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.