Monday, October 22, 2018

5 Differences Between British and American Autumn

Autumn has to be my favo(u)rite season. So I was surprised to find I'd not yet produced a video looking at the specific differences between British and American autumn. While the leaves continue to fall and my wife orders her 204th pumpkin spice latte, here are 5 differences between British and American autumn.





Laurence Brown is a British writer and YouTuber who somehow convinced the city of Chicago to let him in. He is an English Language graduate from Lancaster University and a passionate word etymologist, with a particular interest in British and American neologisms. Since moving to the United States, he has become increasingly curious about Britain's historical influence on American culture and about America in general.

2 comments:

D Schram said...

What no Guy Fawkes? Bonfire night?

Laura Swink said...

Problem with so many leaves, they begin to rot like compost at which point going outside smells a lot like poo.

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