ENGLAND

* Almost everyone is very polite
* There are no guns
* There are too many narrow stairs
* Everything is just a little bit different
* The pubs close too early
 
* The reason they drive on the left is because all their cars are built backwards
* Pubs are not bars, they are community living rooms. 
* You'd better like peas, potatoes and sausage 
* Refrigerators and washing machines are very small
* Their paper money makes sense, the coins don't
* Hot and cold water faucets. Remember them?
 
* Pants are called "trousers", underwear are "pants" and sweaters are "jumpers" - för att man lärde sig amerikansk engelska och inte brittisk
* The bathroom light is a string hanging from the ceiling
 
* There's no dress code  - utanför skolan, det finns så många olika stilar!
* The English are as crazy about their gardens as Americans are about cars
 
* They don't seem to use facecloths or napkins or maybe they’re just less messy than we are
* Everything comes with chips, which are French Fries. You put vinegar on them
* Cookies are "biscuits" and potato chips are "crisps"
* They will boil anything
 
* Look right, walk left. Again; look right, walk left. You're welcome. 
* Many of the roads are the size of our sidewalks - lite överdrivet men typ så ja
* Instead of turning the heat up, you put on a jumper
 
* Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Northern Irealand really are different countries
* Everyone enjoys a good joke
* Butter and eggs aren't refrigerated
 
* The universal greeting is "Cheers" (pronounced "cheeahz")
* Cake is is pudding, ice cream is pudding, anything served for desert is pudding, even pudding
 
* Everything closes by 1800 (6pm)
* Very few people smoke, those who do often roll their own
 
* If you're over 60, you get free tv and bus and rail passes. 
* Displaying your political or religious affiliation is considered very bad taste - lite överdrivet men ändå mer sant än i Sverige, självklart olika från person till person
* Their coffee is mediocre but the tea is wonderful
 
* Cheers
 
#1 - - Katarina:

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