1. Discussions about the differences between British and American English never get old. Fries are “chips” and chips are “crisps,” whaaaaat?!
2. Cabs are much cooler when they look like they’re from the 1960s.
3. We (Americans) talk too much. Especially about our feelings.
5. The statement “Americans don’t get irony” isn’t true. We do get irony. But, as Simon Pegg always says, Americans just feel the need to call it out every time we use it as to avoid damage (“…oh but I’m just kidding!), whereas the Brits just go for it. Enter amazing British cringe humor.
6. No matter where I am in the world, my hair will routinely evolve into a Jew fro after three months.
7. David Attenborough is a TV commentary G-d. (Don’t know who he is? He’s like the UK Morgan Freeman except smarter and better.)
8. Europe is neat because its proximity to so many neat cities makes traveling incredibly easy. By comparison, America is kinda sorta stuck in its own little world.
9. “Loo” is “restroom,” which makes more sense because the restroom isn’t really the premiere place for relaxation.
10. Gay clubs, no matter where you are in the world, are the scariest places in the world when the lights go up at 5 AM.
11. Bieber Fever is ubiquitous.
13. “Sorority Girls” is the worst TV show I’ve ever seen. (Or is it the best?)
14. New York City is Heaven.
15. Heaven, London’s most popular gay club, is Heaven on Monday and Saturday nights.
16. The ideal seat on a double-decker bus is the front right seat on the top deck.
17. Queens are dope.
18. Everything sounds better in a British accent.
19. Nobody does grab-and-go sandwiches like Pret a Manger.
20. Dinosaurs are real: