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Category: Britain vs. America

Biscuit vs. Cookie

The biscuit/cookie debate is one I feel extremely passionate about, but one which has been ignored by our governments, leaders, and dictionary writers for far too long.  So here I am, the voice of a generation, bringing it to your attention.  FYI, this entire post is going to cause a lot of confusion, akin to whole chips/crisps/fries debacle. But just…

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On Megxit – By another Brit who married an American

I’ve had a lot of Americans asking me what I think of Megxit. Honestly, I keep changing my opinion. Initially, I was like TRAITORS. But once I’d calmed down and read something aside from the Daily Mail, I realised at the end of the day, they are adults and can choose what they want to do with their lives. Maybe…

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Christmas in the UK vs. Christmas in the US

The premise for Christmas is the same in the UK and the US. It’s held on 25th December to celebrate the birth of Jesus but was originally a pagan holiday called Yule. Today, depending on how religious you are, it’s either still about the birth of Jesus or all about THE PRESENTS.  For me, it’s all about the foooood. Nothing…


Driving in America vs. Driving in the UK

Driving in America and the UK is massively different. Yes, it is essentially the same. We both use these things called roads and metal boxes with wheels called cars to get from A to B. But I swear, the rest of it is like night and day.  Most significantly Americans (are lazy) like the convenience of automatic cars while manual…


5 unique British habits America needs to adopt today

America is obsessed with the Britian. (The UK is also obsessed with America but thats a story for another day). They love the Royal Family, the accent, the period dramas (anyone seen the Downton Abbey film yet?!!) The US is so entralled by Great Britain that it has sent Meghan Merkle over to join the monarchy and probably begin opening negotiations…

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