You thoght we had finished with the long list of things that puzzle Non-Brits about Britons. No way!
Here is more about not getting their heads about Britain.
By Lynn Enright – BuzzFeed
– The way you mix up names for meals. “Lunch” is “dinner” and “dinner” is “tea”. And then there’s “supper”. What even is “supper”? And why is “dessert” is called “pudding”?
– The great North-South divide. As far as non-British people can ascertain, there’s a complicated mistrust that stems from a disagreement over how people pronounce the word “bath” and how much a pint costs.
– Your condiments. No mayonnaise. So much vinegar. And what is with this Branston Pickle?
– The words “cor” and “blimey”.
– The way house prices are included in newspaper reports about murders.
– The efficiency, efficacy, egalitarianism, and, above all, FREENESS, of the NHS. Britain, it is amazing. And baffling. But bravo.