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    (Original post by i<3milkshake)
    I take it that is a gaming reference? Sounds like it. No idea what it is meant to mean.
    you are correct
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    (Original post by MadeInNewYork)
    Since you moved here when you are 10 do you still say things like sidewalk or do you say pavement?
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    (Original post by MadeInNewYork)
    I study at sixth form, I'm 17.
    kool. what you studying and whats your ambitions for life?
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    Is it true that Americans clap after eating?
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    (Original post by i<3milkshake)
    If you had to fend off an attack by a duck the size of an elephant or 500 hundred elephants the size of ducks which would you choose and why?
    the big duck because ducks are cute
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    (Original post by MadeInNewYork)
    the big duck because ducks are cute
    What do you think of Trump in the presidential elections and what do the public as a whole think of him?
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    (Original post by i<3milkshake)
    Since you moved here when you are 10 do you still say things like sidewalk or do you say pavement?
    I say pavement

    (Original post by The Diplomat.)
    kool. what you studying and whats your ambitions for life?
    Become a heart surgeon

    (Original post by RivalPlayer)
    Is it true that Americans clap after eating?
    No it isn't hahaha

    (Original post by i<3milkshake)
    What do you think of Trump in the presidential elections and what do the public as a whole think of him?
    I think Trump is an idiot, idiots think Trump is not an idiot.
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    (Original post by RivalPlayer)
    Is it true that Americans clap after eating?
    Wait, what? :curious:
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    (Original post by MadeInNewYork)
    I say pavement

    I think Trump is an idiot, idiots think Trump is not an idiot.
    Are your parents from in America? if so, did they find it difficult driving on our side of the road?

    Is there a difference between McDonalds here and there?

    If you could bring one thing from America into England what would it be, and one thing from England to America what would it be? (Cultural, infrastructure, whatever).
    I would say good public transport is something for the UK, it could take from the US cheap fuel prices. And Anne Hathaway:drool: we would be honoured to have her. Well will send Katie Price in exchange.
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    How quickly did you adjust to the worse weather? :P
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    (Original post by MadeInNewYork)
    I say pavement


    Become a heart surgeon


    No it isn't hahaha


    I think Trump is an idiot, idiots think Trump is not an idiot.
    wow well good luck with your studies then!
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    (Original post by i<3milkshake)
    Are your parents from in America? if so, did they find it difficult driving on our side of the road?

    Is there a difference between McDonalds here and there?

    If you could bring one thing from America into England what would it be, and one thing from England to America what would it be? (Cultural, infrastructure, whatever).
    I would say good public transport is something for the UK, it could take from the US cheap fuel prices. And Anne Hathaway:drool: we would be honoured to have her. Well will send Katie Price in exchange.
    My parents are from America. They didn't find it difficult driving on UK roads, they prefer it actually.
    Portions are generally bigger in the US. Although you have to remember that I have been the UK for a long time so things could have changed. I haven't actually visited the US since moving to Britain.
    Bring the bigger portions to the UK, bring the better quality food and living to the US

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    How quickly did you adjust to the worse weather? :P
    Mehhh the weather in New York isn't that good
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    (Original post by MadeInNewYork)
    My parents are from America. They didn't find it difficult driving on UK roads, they prefer it actually.
    Portions are generally bigger in the US. Although you have to remember that I have been the UK for a long time so things could have changed. I haven't actually visited the US since moving to Britain.
    Bring the bigger portions to the UK, bring the better quality food and living to the US
    if that picture is of you/you chin anyway then you have the smaller British portions to thank for that-be careful what you wish for

    Is America racist?

    Are the girls prettier in the UK or US and are the guys better looking in the UK or US?
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    (Original post by i<3milkshake)
    if that picture is of you/you chin anyway then you have the smaller British portions to thank for that-be careful what you wish for

    Is America racist?

    Are the girls prettier in the UK or US and are the guys better looking in the UK or US?
    It is a picture of me America is somewhat more racist than the UK

    I think the overall population in the UK is generally better looking, but you see more girls and guys who are 'wow' in the US.
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    (Original post by MadeInNewYork)
    It is a picture of me America is somewhat more racist than the UK

    I think the overall population in the UK is generally better looking, but you see more girls and guys who are 'wow' in the US.
    Are you a "wow" or one of the lower than average compared to the UK then?

    (I'm not that good looking so I might move to the US to up my chances)

    American clothes shops (Tommy Hilfiger, Hollister etc) or British (Ted Baker, REISS)?
    (Obviously the above stores may not be great for girls so take the question rather than the examples)
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    (Original post by i<3milkshake)
    Are you a "wow" or one of the lower than average compared to the UK then?

    (I'm not that good looking so I might move to the US to up my chances)

    American clothes shops (Tommy Hilfiger, Hollister etc) or British (Ted Baker, REISS)?
    (Obviously the above stores may not be great for girls so take the question rather than the examples)
    Well, I don't really like rating myself. But since you asked, I'm kinda wow based on how many dudes hit on me. But I'm really shy

    I'm not fussed, I shop where ever I see a nice dress or a cute pair of jeans
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    (Original post by MadeInNewYork)
    Well, I don't really like rating myself. But since you asked, I'm kinda wow based on how many dudes hit on me. But I'm really shy

    I'm not fussed, I shop where ever I see a nice dress or a cute pair of jeans
    If you had to describe the difference between the average American and average Brit, what would it be?

    Americans louder, more confident, more outgoing?
    Brits more reserved and quiet?

    If America played England in football would you sing the US or English national anthem? (You can't say both, you have to choose one even if you don't care about football at all. Neither is also an option).
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    (Original post by i<3milkshake)
    If you had to describe the difference between the average American and average Brit, what would it be?

    Americans louder, more confident, more outgoing?
    Brits more reserved and quiet?

    If America played England in football would you sing the US or English national anthem? (You can't say both, you have to choose one even if you don't care about football at all. Neither is also an option).
    I don't know, I was only 10 when I moved from the US, I don't remember too much of it, and was too young to be looking for differences as such.
    Americans are more confident and outgoing yes, and the latter is true too (brits)

    I would sing the American national anthem because I'm American
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    Do you consider yourself British or American?
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    (Original post by MadeInNewYork)
    I don't know, I was only 10 when I moved from the US, I don't remember too much of it, and was too young to be looking for differences as such.
    Americans are more confident and outgoing yes, and the latter is true too (brits)

    I would sing the American national anthem because I'm American
    New York might be the city that never sleeps but I'm going to bed now-its getting late

    I could come up with more of these stupid questions all day though
 
 
 
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