Thursday, May 18, 2017

Let's Talk About American Stereotypes

While recording Volume. 3 of #AskABrit, it got me thinking about some of the common American stereotypes and whether or not they're true. 

Monday, May 15, 2017

Ask A Brit | Vol 3 - American Stereotypes and More

Welcome to Volume 3 of Ask A Brit, a new weekly Sunday feature in which I answer your questions on air! 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 4 this coming Sunday, May 21. This week, I cover American stereotypes, misconceptions, and whether or not I've been to a tank museum.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

A View From The Farce Side: Moving Lions, and Tigers, and Bears…Oh My!

Apparently, there are people who don’t get excited when their home-town NFL, NBA, MLB or NHL franchise take to the field, court, diamond, or ice…unbelievable, right? How can you not get excited about tapping in to the fellowship of fans supporting your local team? Well, America has made that quite easy, actually.

Tuesday, May 09, 2017

A Brit's Thoughts on American Sports

I have a mixed record when it comes to learning the rules of American sports. On the one hand, Basketball is relatively straightforward; whereas American Football (or just football) seems to go to great pains to be as convoluted as humanly possible. Here is my take on the big three sports of the United States of America.

Monday, May 01, 2017

Advice for Marrying a British Person

Let me preface this article by making one thing absolutely clear: I am not an internet dating guru. I cannot boast an hono(u)rs degree from the University of Tinder. My experience of the dating scene consists of four awkward incidents, in which absinthe was quaffed and thumbs were twiddled. Simply put, I am a mediocre resource. However...

Thursday, April 27, 2017

6 U.S. National Parks I Really Want to Visit | Finding America

Recently, I've been getting hundreds of suggestions of places I should absolutely visit on my travels across America. Thanks for those! Looking down the list, it occurred to me that an overwhelming majority of your suggestions included National Parks. I really shouldn't be surprised; as a non-American growing up in England, the country's National Parks have always been a source of wonder to yours truly.