#1 When everyone had to tell Americans that they were the weird ones.
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#2 When there was a disagreement about what biscuits and gravy are.
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#3 When a non-American was like, “Damn, lotta cities you got there.”
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#4 When Americans could at least agree with the world on one thing.
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#5 When Americans tried to defend the imperial system.
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#6 When the whole grey vs. gray thing got cleared up…sorta.
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#7 When America’s welcome sign was a tad extra.
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#8 When Americans opened an old wound.
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#9 When one exchange student learned how passionate Americans are about Bill Nye.
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#10 When Brits and Americans learned about “quite.”
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#11 When everyone outside of America was like, “Are you guys OK?” And we were like, “Not really.”
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#12 When Americans revealed what their keyboards look like.
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#13 When an American explained TV air times.
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#14 When American culture was clear as day.
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#15 When someone in the UK forgot how big America is.
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#16 When Americans admitted that the school months should probably change.
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#17 When America was ~violently~ American.
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#18 When the only country more confusing than America was France.
#19 When Americans’ tea habits nearly gave a British woman a heart attack.
#20 When a Brit tried milk chocolate and was bitterly disappointed (pun intended).