1.Finding out the hard way that people don't talk to one another while waiting in line.
2.Or on a train.
3.Or when you've smacked your head on the Tube doors.
4.When people behind the counter at shops think you're a tourist because of your accent.
5.Having to pay for another Coke when you should be entitled to a free refill.
6.Feeling a bit silly on the 4th of July.
7.Feeling incredibly proud on 29 January 2009 when this happened.
8.And then feeling really awkward every time something like this happens.
9.When you realised you have to GET OUT OF YOUR CAR to order takeaway.
10.And pick up a prescription.
11.AND get your Starbucks.
12.Basically just having to walk everywhere.
13.Because of this, you've memorised where all of the nearest drive-through restaurants are.
14.When the Pumpkin Spice Latte came to the U.K. and made your dreams come true.
15.When you wanted some cookies at 9 p.m. on a Sunday and realised that NOTHING IS OPEN.
16.When you want ANYTHING after 9 p.m. on a weekday and NOTHING IS OPEN.
17.When you sneeze and you're not met with 1,000 "BLESS YOU!"s.
18.When the only thing you feel like doing is wandering around Target and you CAN'T.
19.Being hungover and realising that the only thing that will make you feel better is Taco Bell.
20.And then realising you don't know know where the fuck Basildon is so it doesn't even matter that there's one in the U.K. anyway.
21.Trying to figure out how British doors work.
22.Learning how to say "twat" the correct way.
23.The first time you went to visit your new GP and realised you didn’t have a co-pay.
24.And got birth control for free. FREE, GUYS.
25.Before you had ever seen Doctor Who, you were like:
26.And then you realised it was the most amazing thing ever, so now you're all like:
27.When you discovered Father Ted for the first time.
28.And Peep Show!
29.Being confused when America plays England in the World Cup. (Even more confused than this newspaper headline.)
30.When Tesco started selling American treats.
31.When you go visit somewhere outside of London where they clearly never get American visitors and you suddenly feel like a giant North American alien.
32.Initially being freaked out the police in the U.K. don’t have guns, but then slowly getting used to it and now freaking out that just about anyone in the U.S. can have one.
33.The first time you heard "God Save the Queen" and were like, “Wait, these are the wrong words.”
34.Explaining where you’re from and why you’ve moved for the zillionth time. (Especially if you’re from somewhere hot.)
35.When you found out British food is actually amazing. (Where the hell did those rumors come from?)
36.When you're in the U.K. for Thanksgiving and can't find Stove Top Stuffing anywhere.
37.When you learned there was more to beer than just Miller Lite.
38.When you went out for drinks with your colleagues expecting you would eventually go sit down and have dinner somewhere. You soon discovered this doesn't happen, and were introduced to the world of KEBABS.
39.How your British friends acted when you adopted things like "fucking hell" and "c***" into your daily vocabulary.
40.When you stop and stare at London and are in awe that you get to live somewhere so bloody gorgeous.