1. When a foreign person who has English as a second language uses an American word instead of the English word, you will stop them mid sentence and tell them the correct word.
2. You complain a lot, about the government, about the weather, about bank holidays, everything.
3. People who can’t tell if you’re American or English confuse you.
4. Whenever you leave the country your accent will get 10 times stronger.
5. You say things like ‘on the continent’ or ‘the Europeans’ because obviously England is its own little sub continent.
6. You know the rule that you can call lunch ‘dinner’ but never dinner ‘lunch’.
7. When somebody bumps into you, you might say sorry as well and pretend not to be annoyed at all until they walk away.
8. You complain if it’s too rainy or if it’s too sunny.
9. You’ve been on holiday Spain for the last 5 years but never spoke a word of Spanish.
10. You base how big a city is on a) if there is a Primark and b) how many Wetherspoons there are.
11. You argue that your town has the best fish and chips. Oh and that your mum makes the best Yorkshire puddings and roasties.
12. You give people a look of distain when they don’t put vinegar on chips.
13. You spend your entire evenings watching soaps and get thoroughly involved.
14. When you ask for a cup of tea you mean one that needs milk and sugar, none of that herbal tee buisness.
15. You respect the sacred art of queues and you are very angry when somebody pushes in front of you on the bus.
16. You call ‘Pan au chocolat’ chocolate croissants because croissant is fancy enough.
17. You know you can put ‘cheeky’ in front anything e.g ‘cheeky Nando’s’ ‘cheeky cocktails’ and it means nothing but also everything.
18. You absolutely do not know the national anthem. Not even the tune. Maybe if you went to brownies maybe but if not, no chance.
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