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George III was called “farmer George” precisely because of his name plus his strange habit of touring his estates and attempting to engage rustics in conversation, in his heavily German accented English.

Mind you, I was once in Suffolk and encountered a very confused German family touring on bicycles. The father said “I speak English, I speak German. The people I ask for directions answer me in what sounds exactly like German but I cannot understand a word.” So perhaps the rustics did understand him better than they did people speaking London.

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Yarp. :slight_smile:

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