Finding America

Me and Tarah

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As the old saying goes, everything’s bigger in America—from its cars to its roads to its yards to its homes to its trees to its streets to itself.

But what if I told you that some things are smaller on this side of the Pond? That despite boasting the world’s largest pencil, wind chime, rocking chair, knitting needle, crochet hook, pitchfork, golf tee, yardstick, dutch clogs, mailbox, birdcage, American life is filled with objects and concepts whose British counterparts are big enough to trigger small spine syndrome.

And so today, in what I hope will be the first part in a series, here are six things America does smaller than Britain.

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