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AnonymousPLEASE do not judge Americans solely on Texas
You seem to be one of those prejudicial people who pigeonhole and stereotype others based on where they live.
Don't forget in that same war the British got their asses handed to them in New Orleans.
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So you made your analogy from being in Texas of the whole country Of the United States! This is a huge country! England is half the size of California,and Northern California's political views are different than what's in Southern California,and I'm sure that's what goes in England also one part of the country has a different view of politics than the other. Yes there are some Americans in certain parts of the country that are very boastful of what they make financially,then there are ones that think that's very rude and when askEd,they just tell them I do well for myself.
Very well said
Anonymousamerican is new,british is old
Old is gold my friend
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Well I'm British and a couple of months ago a woman from America started working with me, I've met a couple of people from US before, and in a short space of time I've noticed a couple of things that differ but my top 3 are, 1. And my pet peeve is personal space! I like my person space, and you don't have to touch me to make sure I'm listening, the day I met her she went to hug me,HUG ME!!!! In which I said I'm British and we don't hug (well not people we just met) 2, volume of voice, think British people just speak so that person can hear not the room, 3 US people are glass half full, seem to be always happy, which British people hate, its freaky to us how someone can smile that much, and before and no things I don't like her, well I don't, I'm British! I don't like anything.
AnonymousUS people are glass half full, seem to be always happy, which British people hate, its freaky to us how someone can smile that much,
Maybe there is a conversion in the works. It's not to late for you to turn over a new Emotion: happy leaf!
I use to live in England and now I live USA. My experience. British people are nicer and more proper then Americans. If I could go back and live in England I definitely would.
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