A LONDONER is desperate to hear more about the provinces after learning of life forms beyond the M25.
Tom Logan, from Fulham, has become fascinated by the rest of country after a colleague revealed she was from somewhere that was not London.
Logan said: “Apparently she grew up in something called a ‘cul de sac’ in a ‘Stafford’.
“I immediately asked her if a ‘Stafford’ was a place, some sort of farm vehicle, or perhaps just a state of mind.”
He added: “‘Cul de sac’. It sounds rustic and charming, but also rather dangerous. It is all just utterly gripping.”
Research by the Institute of Studies found that almost 70 per cent of Londoners continue to believe the rest of Britain is a myth perpetuated by the government to explain under-funded public services.
Meanwhile, friends of Logan revealed he is originally from Nottingham but has had electro-shock therapy to erase all non-London memories.