The idea of washing machines
Here's a selfie I took in 2015 with a washing machine just to prove to Americans that British people actually put them in the kitchen pic.twitter.com/zZ5iLeaLVl
— Ryan Broderick (@broderick) July 12, 2017
When the idea of washing machines in kitchens was just super strange.
Wtf is wrong with Britain pic.twitter.com/5aEBQ7AeDs
— anus (@hahahhahanono) May 5, 2015
Wtf is wrong with Britain.
Seeing Mr.Blobby for the first time
NIGHTMARES. When they stumbled upon the British legend Mr. Blobby. Continue reading on Next Page
When you can’t understand concept of an egg cup
We keep them in egg cartons that can hold up to 2 dozen so we aren't taking up the entire fridge with eggs in stupid little cups
— supernatural (can suck my ass) (@WywrdDeanCas) July 11, 2017
We store them in tubs that hold a dozen but have soft boiled eggs in little cups and dip little bits of toast in the yolk.
When they didn’t know why we use washing up bowls
Someone answer me this, why do British people put a plastic tub in the kitchen sink? pic.twitter.com/RBLhSPo2ef
— TeresaLaBarbaraBlack (@beyoneeche) December 27, 2014
So that they can run water as well and rinse off the soap.
When our lack of tipping was exposed
“why are you giving me this”
When the cheeky Nando’s meme had all of America scratching their heads
This is what I was trying to send someone. What the hell this means?
When our greatest invention, train wine, was discovered
Can buy wine by the (plastic) glass in England convenience stores pic.twitter.com/7nqSK8spYO
— Noah Eisner (@neisner) December 22, 2014
You can buy wine by the (plastic) glass in England convenience stores.
When our orange juice came with juicy bits
In England, they don’t have pulp! They have “Juicy Bits”…
When our two-tap system was a mystery
One for hot water and one for cold. what is this wizardry.
When they had questions about our tea-drinking habits
When “fanny” meant something completely different