I’m having fun looking at comments from Americans clearly pointing out their lack of understanding of parody and satire
Tyre (the kind you put on your car) is spelled this way because the other spelling (Tire) is a completely different word with a different meaning
I always thought that if they were worn by a man they were trousers, but if worn by a woman they were slacks.. Either way, I call them pants and underpants I call underpants or undies, but I can’t speak for the rest of Australia.. We call fries chips and potato chips crisps (most people in Aus call them chips but my other half is English…. Or is it British?) We also have some things over here that vary from state to state.. Eg a swimming costume is usually referred to as “swimmers” in most of NSW but some states call them “bathers” I don’t know about any of you but I don’t take a bath in my swimmers.
So was Inbetweeners US, The Office US, Shameless US, Men Behaving Badly US, Life on Mars US, Being Human US.. While I’m at it, the US version of an Australian favourite; Kath and Kim was HORRIBLE. Is there a rule on US TV that says everyone has to be really attractive? Americans have Community and that’s about it
Yours was shit, UK was amazing. PS> Your version was still written by Ricky Gervais, it was just dumbed down so you could understand it…
I wonder If the guy in #10 realises he just signed asshole in American Sign Language?
Wow, don’t hold back; tell us what you really think
I can’t get enough of these posts. Also all three Thornberrys look hot IMO actually pretty much all the girls in this post look hot. I may or may not have drunk goggles on
Story of my life. Tina Fey and J-Law are my heroes
I can totally sympathise with that. It’s like we’re expected to have kids.