Tuesday, February 06, 2018

5 (Minor) Hidden Dangers Lurking in Suburban America

This month, it’ll be ten whole years since I bid farewell to Britain and set off for a new life here in the US. The last seven of those have been spent living in the suburbs of Atlanta. It’s been an eye-opening experience in many respects.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

5 Words Americans Use That Brits Need to Stop Complaining About

When I launched this blog in 2013, one of my chief ambitions was to help foster a community in which we addressed some of the myths surrounding Americans. Having resided in the United States now for almost ten years, I've come to find that a good number of these myths tend to centre around American English (AmE)—that is, a variety of English that is unique to the United States.

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Ask A Brit | Vol. 35 - British TV, My Preconceptions of Americans, and More

This is Volume #35 of Ask A Brit, a weekly Sunday feature in which I answer your questions! Post a question in the comments section of this video (or any of my videos) using the hashtag #AskABrit for a chance to be featured in Volume #36 next Sunday. This week, I cover British TV, my preconceptions of Americans, and much more.

Friday, January 12, 2018

British vs. American English: Testing Each Other's Word Knowledge

I finally convinced Tarah to make a sustained appearance on the show! In this episode, we test each other on the definitions of British and American words!

Sunday, January 07, 2018

Ask A Brit | Vol. 34 - Bad British and American Accents, Sir Ringo Starr, and More

This is Volume #34 of Ask A Brit, a weekly Sunday feature in which I answer your questions! Post a question in the comments section of this video (or any of my videos) using the hashtag #AskABrit for a chance to be featured in Volume #35 next Sunday. This week, I cover Sir Ringo Starr, Bad British and American accents, and much more.

Thursday, December 14, 2017

9 Quotes You Thought Were By Winston Churchill

In a world where memes and GIFs are increasingly the chief drivers of 21st century conversation, there is one phenomenon that ranks high within the lingua franca of social media: historical quotations.