What the British mean

Its hard being in another country. All the cultural references you used to be able to use as a heuristic device when forming attachments with friends and colleagues are gone. The words may sound the same, but the language is completely different.

For those Brits looking to move abroad, or who have already found themselves abroad, or if you have to work/live/relax with a Brit, the following handy guide may save your face.

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5 Responses to What the British mean

  1. Phil smith says:

    And worst of all. My perfectly executed, and frequent Alan Partridge quips fall on deaf ears.

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