posted on Dec, 1 2018 @ 05:35 AM
I've always viewed interactions between Brits and Americans as fraternal ribbing rather than dislike. I think both have their pride and their ways of
life, but that doesn't mean we don't love each other. We're like siblings. Horseplay is fair game, and things can get heated here and there, but we
are there for each other.
Cheers, you depressing highhorse Brits.
ETA: One of my best friends was engaged to a Brit when he still lived here before moving to China, and she was very sweet. We always used to cook
traditional meals for each other and have dinner parties. I'm still not a fan of parsnips, but the food and the company were both wonderful.
Also, every Russian I've hung out with has been very jovial and friendly. Truly a joy to be around. Spaniards are like the nicest people on Earth. The
French have always been very rude to me, but they are very handsome, beautiful people. I wish my experiences had been better. Mexicans are generally
quite charitable and generous in my experience. I can't tell the difference between Canadians and Americans, usually.
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