Which is the funniest British field game?

The British rugby team’s game of field hockey, in which two teams of up to seven players play against each other in a round-robin format, has had its fair share of controversies.

Last year, a British soccer team, the Swans, were fined £2.7 million ($4 million) after it was accused of using the game to “torture” its players by threatening to report them to police.

And last year, the British soccer club Arsenal were fined $1.7m for fielding a player in a hat who was seen holding a knife in a game.

All this has led some people to suggest that, in the name of the British game, the game should be renamed to something more neutral.

That might sound like a reasonable request, but the term “British sport” is a loaded word.

It implies that the British are a nation of sportsmen and women, which has historically not been the case.

The British are an ancient and highly successful nation, and they have a long history of sporting excellence and national pride.

It is not the sort of country that wants to be known as a nation that has a lot of sports, sportsmen, and sportswomen in its ranks.

In the United States, the term is “biker,” but it’s a sport that is not specifically defined by the word “bikers,” so it is unclear whether the British should be forced to change their name.

The question of whether the word should be changed is not just an academic one, however.

While many Americans don’t agree with the use of the term, they are also generally opposed to using it as a derogatory term.

And some sports commentators, like ESPN host Adam Schefter, have even gone as far as to claim that the word itself is offensive.

So, what is the best way to make the British sport more neutral?

That question may be answered by a British rugby field game.