FreeThinker Posted September 14, 2013 Report Share Posted September 14, 2013 Several weeks ago, I posted about a new blog Britain's Guardian is publishing that examines the differences between the way Americans and Britons speak and think. Lately, they have blogged about what Americans should do when visiting London (stay south of the river and not north because the only people you meet up there are gits), the differences in American and British fashion, and the useless word "Quite." The blog is prepared by staffers in both the London and New York bureaus (the Guardian now publishes an American edition- Praise the Lord), but I think most of them are women--or queer-- because of the emphasis on fashion, (Oh dear. Am I stereotyping?). Be sure to scroll because they leave a lot of white space (or blue) between each post and you might think you're at the end when there is lots more. http://english2english.tumblr.com/?utm_source=TheGuardian&utm_medium=banner&utm_term=Eng2Eng&utm_campaign=RR+front+promo Quote Link to comment
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