Are British people just jealous of the USA?Watch
i'm also a little confused why you think bigger is better- do you mean the amount of people having access to healthcare? if so, then i agree with you in that situation [pft] bigger things doesn't necessarily mean they're better- bigger portions of food result in a bigger obesity epidemic, maybe you like bigger guns?
and yes, the nhs isn't great but i'd rather have access to healthcare all year round. healthcare should be a basic right, not a privilege.
There are not that many differences between them at all and most people from their respective countries understand the differences. (Such as garbage meaning trash and colour spelt as color.)
British people always talk about their National Health Service, but I'm sorry, it's crap. Your waiting lists are appalling and so is your cancer treatment.
I'd rather be an uninsured American than have to use your *****y healthcare!
I've been in remission for 2 years. 3 years away from being considered "cured". And it didn't cost me a dime and never will do so long as the NHS survives. If I was an insured american, I'd be facing rising premiums or being refused health insurance. If I was an uninsured american I'd either be facing crippling debt or I'd be dead.
And yes OP, jealousy is pretty rife in the UK, not that they'd ever admit it.
Quite frankly, if it wasn't for the jingoism indoctrinated in Americans for the latter half of the C20th, they would probably want to live here, not the other way around.
I'm a proud US citizen and our houses are generally bigger, our cars are larger and more comfortable to drive; it feels like the general standard of living in the USA far surpasses that in the UK.
Student loan debt in USA is unforgiving you cant even pay it back if you are homeless LOL.
Gun crime, gangs, no free healthcare, more racial problems, obesity, student debt, having to use plane to travel across the country as it is so big, only a few problems I can list about the USA