If I understand you correctly, I do not think you would not fit into UK very well.
(Original post by Christianlady)
Oh that's ok. I would rather be hated for what I am than hide what I believe (not saying you are doing that... I just an outspoken person about everything I believe and where I am from.)
UK is quite atheist, and those who are religious are very toned down compared to Americans (for example, there are few creationists here).
Social expectations amongst those of different faiths or lack of is to keep it quiet. If it's relevant you say that you are a Christian, if it's not, you don't. Only be loud about specific beliefs it if there is a large, deep, discussion of it, and even then it needs to be civil (no telling people that they are destined for Hell!).
British culture is, compared to American culture, very polite and reserved. Americans make small things big, and Brits make big things small.
General problems that Brits have with Americans is that you can appear rude, just due to culture differences. Americans tend to be assertive and loud, which in our culture is just rude. Some like to think our cultures are similar, but there is a huge culture clash that makes Brits very frustrated.
Last edited by lightburns; 04-07-2012 at 00:01.