With over 8 million artifacts and only 1 percent on display, the British Museum is host to a vast collection of the world's pilfered property. Follow James Acaster as he takes you on a whimsical walk showcasing some of Old Blighty's misdeeds and how the British still keep the property they stole from other countries in glass boxes in museums.
• Sail (verb)
To ride in a boat
-He sailed around the world on a luxury liner.
• Robbed (verb)
past tense of rob.
-He was robbed of his money on the street.
• Far-fetched (adjective)
Not likely; difficult to believe; outlandish; wild; impractical.
-He is full of far-fetched ideas to make money
• Spree (noun)
A merry frolic; especially, a drinking frolic. Uninhibited activity.
-They went on a spree that lasted all weekend.
• Finders keepers
(colloquial) To keep an item because you have found it. Childish.
-This is mine, finders-keepers!
• Selfish (adjective/noun)
Holding one’s self-interest as the standard for decision making.
-He's so selfish, he won't share his chips/ Look here selfish, share some chips.