Buzz·Posted on Jul 26, 201719 American Things That Confuse The Fuck Out Of British PeopleWe have so many questions.by Jasmin NaharBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Toilet bowls having so much water in them. Mark Pygas @MarkPygas America - why is the water level in toilets so high and how do you not end up with toilet water on your hands when… https://t.co/3EWyOdL84C 08:58 PM - 09 Mar 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite Guys, it's really alarming. 2. American breadsticks being like small baguettes instead of crunchy, slim things. Getty Images / BuzzFeed 3. The way TV show timings are displayed as stuff like "8/7c". View this post on What does it really mean though? 4. The lack of electric kettles everywhere. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Fox 5. That playing sport in high school is a Big Deal, and can even get you uni scholarships. The CW 6. And that college-level sports have such a big fanbase. Christian Petersen / Getty Images In the UK, you'd struggle to get two mates to come to your uni sports match, let alone have a massive following be interested in it. 7. The massive gaps in public bathroom stalls. Twitter: @wtfGirlMeme It sounds, for all for all intents and purposes, like an AWFUL idea to have gaps big enough to see other people through. 8. High school graduations in general. Disney We sit our exams and then, bar getting drunk after the last ones, just kind of leave and go home until results day. 9. All biscuits being called cookies. Getty Images / BuzzFeed 10. And scones being called biscuits, and eaten with a white gravy. Getty Images 11. Washing machines having their own room. Twitter: @broderick 12. Tax not being included in prices. Twitter: @MYBEAUTlFULDARK 13. The order of dates by month, day, year. starwarsisgay.tumblr.com 14. Plugs not having an on and off switch. Fstop123 / Getty Images / Twitter: millicent_ / Via Twitter: @miIIicent_ 15. Chocolate advent calendars not being a Christmas staple. Iceland Apparently they're not a common thing in America, compared to here where every shop sells about 10 different varieties come November. 16. Or big chocolate Easter eggs. Flickr: kevglobal 17. The fact people don't drink squash. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com 18. Teabags not being very popular, because a lot of tea is actually iced. View this post on 19. And the biggest mindfuck of all, American lemonade being still rather than fizzy. Lecic / Getty Images / Via Twitter: @cookiesftniall Our lemonade is a "soda" but theirs is more like a juice. Wild.